17 Love Advice Cliches That You Shouldn't Actually Follow ...

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There are certain phrases you hear all the time that aren't actually true.

That's why you need to be careful about what you believe.2

Here are a few pieces of cliche love advice you don't actually want to follow:

1. Love Means Never Having to Say You’re Sorry

Love Means Never Having to Say You’re Sorry

If you truly love someone, then you'll apologize to them whenever you hurt their feelings.

It's the least that you could do.

Love Conquers All

Comments:

Curiositykills
I think what it means is if you really love someone, but he is not ready open up, then you have to let it go. If they come back and can handle it and you can handle it, then it was meant to be between the two of you.
Aurora Morales
If you love something Let it go. Always a Wonderful quite to hear but I never really understood it
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