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PostSun Feb 03, 2013 2:52 am » by Poooooot


domdabears wrote:Who wouldn't love a face like this?

I know I would.

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I'm DAMN beautiful! :lol:
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PostSun Feb 03, 2013 2:54 am » by domdabears


Poooooot wrote:
domdabears wrote:Who wouldn't love a face like this?

I know I would.

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I'm DAMN beautiful! :lol:

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PostSun Feb 03, 2013 2:55 am » by Noentry


I have a question for the unconditional lovers.

If your child tried to kill you and the rest of your siblings and wife, would you love it enough to forgive it?
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PostSun Feb 03, 2013 3:00 am » by Poooooot


Noentry wrote:I have a question for the unconditional lovers.

If your child tried to kill you and the rest of your siblings and wife, would you love it enough to forgive it?

Yes! Of course! If one of my children did something like that then there are issues that need addressed. Both of my boys are so full of love, that if they ever turned violent, especially towards the family, then they need mental help and extra love. Not to be turned against.
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PostSun Feb 03, 2013 3:02 am » by domdabears


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Noentry wrote:I have a question for the unconditional lovers.

If your child tried to kill you and the rest of your siblings and wife, would you love it enough to forgive it?

Yes! Of course! If one of my children did something like that then there are issues that need addressed. Both of my boys are so full of love, that if they ever turned violent, especially towards the family, then they need mental help and extra love. Not to be turned against.

Yeah, I agree.

There would be really no reason for it to happen on my side.

I give my son so much love, he just wouldn't dare.

But if it did happen (never would) then his ass would be gettin some help.
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PostSun Feb 03, 2013 3:04 am » by Noentry


Poooooot wrote:
Noentry wrote:I have a question for the unconditional lovers.

If your child tried to kill you and the rest of your siblings and wife, would you love it enough to forgive it?

Yes! Of course! If one of my children did something like that then there are issues that need addressed. Both of my boys are so full of love, that if they ever turned violent, especially towards the family, then they need mental help and extra love. Not to be turned against.


Thats cool. if that is how you feel. Then that is your right.

I said if your child murdered all your family and your other kids, would you forgive him? not if they turned violent, we all turn violent.
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PostSun Feb 03, 2013 3:05 am » by SUKHOV


domdabears wrote:
Poooooot wrote:
Noentry wrote:I have a question for the unconditional lovers.

If your child tried to kill you and the rest of your siblings and wife, would you love it enough to forgive it?

Yes! Of course! If one of my children did something like that then there are issues that need addressed. Both of my boys are so full of love, that if they ever turned violent, especially towards the family, then they need mental help and extra love. Not to be turned against.

Yeah, I agree.

There would be really no reason for it to happen on my side.

I give my son so much love, he just wouldn't dare.

But if it did happen (never would) then his ass would be gettin some help.



You guys are damn good parents. Those are the best answers I've heard for the questions asked.


Hats off to you guys.

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PostSun Feb 03, 2013 3:10 am » by Poooooot


Noentry wrote:
Poooooot wrote:
Noentry wrote:I have a question for the unconditional lovers.

If your child tried to kill you and the rest of your siblings and wife, would you love it enough to forgive it?

Yes! Of course! If one of my children did something like that then there are issues that need addressed. Both of my boys are so full of love, that if they ever turned violent, especially towards the family, then they need mental help and extra love. Not to be turned against.


Thats cool. if that is how you feel. Then that is your right.

I said if your child murdered all your family and your other kids, would you forgive him? not if they turned violent, we all turn violent.

You said "tried," but my answer is the same either way. Unconditional love is just that: unconditional.
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PostSun Feb 03, 2013 3:11 am » by domdabears


Anyone see this movie?

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PostSun Feb 03, 2013 3:17 am » by Noentry


Hey good for you guys. When your children are young I can see why you say this. Children are innocent of this.

I would not forgive my son if he murdered his brother and sister and my wife.

Help would do nothing they would be executed or life in prison would be the only help they would get..
When they grow up it all changes. I see brothers and sisters fighting over money, I see families split up over small lies. Where is the unconditional love?

Trust me you see your children as perfect and you may love them unconditionally in some way now.

When they grow up into adults that is not how it works.

My mother has said even if I committed murder she would forgive me. She has said this to me.
What if I raped her sister or my sister and then burnt her body burned or burnt her asshole to hide the evidence.

There is always a point where love is no longer unconditional. Love is transitory of the moment.

Dont get me wrong I love my children they have not done anything for me not to love them for.

But I also know that love is an illusion and only in the mind.


edit............ pooooot sorry my mistake meant to say tried and did. :oops:

Must be that time of the month for me girl. :ohno:
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The first-rate mind is only happy when it is thinking."
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