How Much Do You Love Your Partner?


Unconditional Love - SCENARIO:

When Ally was growing up she has seen her parents fight and argue all the time. Ally promised herself that she will not have a relationship like her parents. As Ally grew up Ally became very cautious in dating because she wanted a healthy relationship. Ally is 27 years old and still single until she came across her old school mate named Charles.

One morning around 10:00AM Ally decides to go to the mall to shop for a jacket. As Ally enters the mall she sees her old school mate that she hasn't seen in years. Ally ignores him and acts if she didn't see him. Charles immediately notices Ally. When Ally walks in the coat store Charles glances at Ally walking in the store. Ally had a huge crush on Charles in the 11th grade. Charles waited for Ally to walk out the store before he approached her. Ally is smiling about the beautiful jacket she bought herself. Meanwhile, Ally is walking out the store and Charles walks towards her. Ally is nervous because she really didn't know what to say to Charles. Charles and Ally is face to face and Charles says, “I haven't seen you in a long time. You are still beautiful. I hope you are doing well.” Ally replies back nervously, “Ummmm, I have been doing great. How are you?” “I am great now since I see you. I have been away for a while and I have been in town about a week. I will be living here now. I haven't seen you seems like…..forever. Sorry for being so blunt but do you have a boyfriend?" says Charles. "No, I don't have a boyfriend. Not right now.” says Ally. “Well, it is nice seeing you. Let me take you out for lunch,” says Charles smiling. Ally is tremendously nervous because she always wanted this chance to go out with Charles. “Sure,” says Ally. Charles and Ally walks to the restaurant next door to the mall. They have a great conversation. When they finished eating lunch, they exchanged cell phone numbers and then they both said their goodbyes and went to their cars. Ally thought it was only a lunch date and she wouldn't hear from Charles anymore.

Until the next day Charles drives over Ally's apartment. Charles calls Ally on her cell phone and asks Ally to come to his car. Ally runs downstairs to Charles' car. When she sits down in his car Ally is very suspicious of the reason he came to her apartment. Charles looks at Ally and says, “Ally, I have been thinking about this all night. I had a big crush on you in high school and I was afraid to say anything to you. I don't want to lose this chance again. I want to be with you. I have been thinking about you for years. I had many girlfriends but I always wondered what it would be like with you. I always loved you. You make my heart beat triple times. Will you be with me? I'm not perfect but I will do my best to make you happy.” Ally is shocked and amazed by what Charles expressed to her, she didn't know what to say. Ally tries to calm down and says, “WOW! I can't believe this. I thought I was the only one that had a crush. I definitely had a crush on you. I always wanted to be with you. I was kind of shy in school and I can't let this opportunity go away so to answer your question....Yes, I want to be with you.” They both kiss.

Years went by and Charles is treating Ally very well. They love each other unconditionally. They do everything together and they have a love that is deeper than the sea. They were made for each other.


Unconditional love is known as affection without any limitations, love without conditions or true complete love.

How to Love Unconditionally

*Practice open communication, so that both of your needs can be met.

*Communicate in a non-defensive way. Express your feelings while listening and taking the other person's feelings into account.

*Don't let the little annoyances of life override your love. ...

*Share power in your relationship.


When you love someone, you love them unconditionally. The best love is a love that is true and deeper than any ocean. That special person is the air you breathe. Unconditional love is the best love. You are accepting the person for who they are.