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havent we had enough of this question for the last two weeks?
Both equally, just differently.
Really, I know posts get repeated, but this is overboard. There's no likeable answer to this question anyway. Either way causes people to lose their shit.
Quoting Anonymous:Really, I know posts get repeated, but this is overboard. There's no likeable answer to this question anyway. Either way causes people to lose their shit.
Different love, equal in it's own way. None of them can be replaced and they are all a HUGE part of my life. My husband and I have a close bond, we are best friends and lovers. I know him as well as I know myself after 28 years together (since we were 18 and 19). My sons are 21, 22, 25 and 26 and they all have their own lives, there are a lot of things about them that I do not know and do not need to know, they are their own people. So, it's different.
My husband is a bi-polar ass.
I don't measure my love, for anyone. I just love. How do you measure love any way, is their a certain scale or chart that is used?
I have answered this exact question one MILLION times
I have always loved my children more....they will always come first.
BUT it also really helps that I am a single mom,lol
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