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Is trust more important than love, or is it the other way around?

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Esebrandon

Without trust love means nothing

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So true, love this!
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Without communication... you can't have the trust ;)
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FunnyLittleFrog

Love is more important than trust. Nobody writes "loyalty songs" or makes "loyalty movies" Who cares about that?

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Well if you mean love like having a bf or gf, then I think trust comes first, because you need to be able to trust someone before you date them

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I think they are both equally important.... You can't really have one without the other.

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I agree withesebrandon. There are a lot of things that come before love like trust, acceptance, and patience. without these things, a healthy love is not possible. love is an emotional attraction and attachment, sometimes it can be false. love is controlled by your gut feelings, trust is controlled by your brain and experience.

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They're both important in my opinion :)

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They go hand and hand. You can't have a loving relationship without trust, and you can form a loving relationships out of trust.

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Without communication as your foundation...you'll have trouble building either.

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you should be able to love whether you trust or not but trust is very important.

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