I was given a marriage tip the other day. "Sometimes it's more about commitment than it is about love." I agree, it takes a lot of commitment. But if the love is gone, what is the point of the commitment? I don't agree with this advice. What do ya'll think?
- I agree, sometimes it is more about commitment than love.Vote A
- I disagree, if there is no love there is no commitment.Vote B
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The key word in this tip is "sometimes". There will be times in a marriage when you may be disappointed by some activity or inactivity on the part of a spouse. It is then that committment to that person is more important than the lack of love that you're feeling at that time. It is that committment that brings the love back.
I think you're referring to a complete loss of love in the marriage in which case the idea of committment seems a bit redundant.2