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orynx orynx 18-21, F 19 Answers Jan 10, 2013 in Community

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Makes perfect sense. You can love someone and not like who they are. That's wonky aspect of love. Sometimes it just happens that way.

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i get the second line. it's the love that you can't help kinda like the love you feel for a family member that is a horrible person. for instance my sister. i had to cut her off because she is nuts. i love her and care for her well being but because of her ways i have to keep her away. i don't like her ways. so i love her but i don't like her;) some people can stay in your heart but not your life.

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No I do not agree. There are family members whom I love completely. I would give my life for them if it became necessary, but that doesn't mean I like them or even want to spend time visiting with them.

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no they were words my mother often used to me i didn't like them but always knew from being young that she loved me but that i was not wanted because i was diffrent from my older brother and reminded her of my dad

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It just doesn't make sense to you.<br />
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You can love a person for romance or sex, but not even like who they are as a person. It's why most people divorce. They didn't get to know or like their lover as a person.

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It can make all the sense in the world to a parent.

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No u can love some one but not like them like the way they are or act family is a good example of that loving them because there your family but not liking the way they are as a person

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No. Most people literally hate the person they love.

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No, what about loving your child or a parent? Plenty of people might love but not like! You don't choose those you are related to.

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Ye

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The second line is someone in bad need of fooling themselves.

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absolutely....bunch of coblers

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You can love someone without liking them. You can like someone without loving them. You can't do both at the same time.

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I met the mother of a serial rapist/killer. Trust me she didn't like her son, but she sure did love him.

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