What True Love Is Really Like To Millennials, Because Everyone Has Their Own Definition Of It

Love can mean different things to different people, but according to Millennials? you and ? Is it (even though you dated long ago, but nothing compares to that relationship)? who have been married for 50 years?

Some may think it’s a combination of things, like , even if you’re not married — “, , for richer or for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, till death do us part.” Yet others may think , like making you soup (homemade!) when you’re sick.

But when you see seemingly strong relationships around you crumble, sometimes your belief in true love may waver. Does it really exist? How can it? However, then , either among your friends or in your own relationship — and . Sound familiar?

— that’s made up of 99 percent Millennials — asked its users to define true love. Here’s what they came up with.

1. Permanence

2. Selflessness

3. Making Sacrifices

4. True Devotion

5. Complementing Each Other

6. Having Differences

7. Accepting Each Other At Your Best — And Your Worst

8. Being In It For The Long Haul

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