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Poll: Is romantic love mostly lust and neediness?

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Poll: Is romantic love mostly lust and neediness?

     Based on your knowledge of romantic relationships, how cynical are you about love?  Is love mostly about lust and neediness? Or are there often real, lasting concern and caring for the other person?


Heart love

Many people have truly loving relationships based on real concern for the other person.
Romantic love begins from lust and neediness but often matures into true love.
Romantic love is a mixed bag. It depends on the people and the time.
Romantic love is mostly based on lust and neediness.
Romantic love is based almost entirely on lust and neediness.
None of the above, or the question is too misguided to answer in the current form.

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