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As a child, I always asked myself if the portrayals of love in cartoon fairytales were legitimate. Then I would daydream about my Prince Charming whisking me away and hope it would be happily ever after, just like in movies.

After some failed attempts trying to find my prince charming, a broken heart and lots of tears, I resolved that fairy tales did not exist, the love lessons from Disney were all a fallacy, and then on one special day, I met my husband.

George taught me true love does exist, it is not an illusion, and guess what? It can happen to you too!

There are people who are skeptical about “true love.” Nevertheless, I realized if it wasn’t for true love, I would’ve given up on my relationship a long time ago.

The love I have for George is what keeps me fighting for the future I want with the person I love. I always keep in mind that no matter what happens, we are a team, and we can get through anything.

True love is putting your loved one’s needs before yours, and compromising to make them happy, because it makes you happy.

People never think when they first start a relationship that once time goes by everything changes. You start to think about the possibilities and maybe imagine a future together.

I think the person you are truly in love with should complement you. It’s may not feel easy at times, finding “the one,” but it is totally worth it.

I’m no expert on the topic of love, but I’m grateful that fairytales taught me to believe in love. It can be challenging sometimes and in the process there might be one or two broken hearts, but in the end, it won’t matter if you are with the person you love.

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