Unconditional Love

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Taking Love for Granted

By Mark D. White Ph.D.

Are self-loathers less likely to take their partners for granted?

The Secret to a Contented Life

By Stephen Joseph Ph.D.

Unconditional positive self-regard

Should Love Be Unconditional?

By Aaron Ben-Zeév Ph.D.

Love is unconditional when it endures despite unfavorable circumstances

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