Most Helpful Girl
Of course it does. Love is not the only thing required to make a relationship work, there are so many other elements needed to enable things to succeed.
You can love someone but be incompatible, fight and have a unhealthy toxic existence together but over time those things will over rule and kill the love.
If you breakup the love may still be there for both of you for a little while but eventually as the days go by and your contact diminishes or ceases to exist you actually start to forget what they look like, their cute or endearing expressions and the things they used to do fade, the memories of the sound of their voice and how it felt when they touched you or kissed you will become hard to truly remember. You will heal and you will look at the horrible things they did in the relationship that contributed to its downfall, that alone over time will erase the genuine loving feelings you once had towards them. One day you will start to realize that your feelings are now very light on, hardly there at all, they become just another person you once knew and nothing more. One day you completely forget about them and it's because you moved on and started living your fabulous life... the love died...1
Most Helpful Guy
We can make it so that it cannot per definitionem or that it must, again per definitionem. That's entirely dependent on an arbitrary definition0