Most of the time,

  • your fans love you because of your abilities to sing, act, and entertain.
  • your students love you because of your knowledgeableness and effective guidance.
  • your customers love you because of the products and services you provide.
  • your patients love you because you help recover their health.
  • your bosses love you because you generate profits for them.
  • your co-workers and neighbors love you because you accommodate them and don’t act like an *sshole.
  • your parents love you because they created you.
  • your friends love you because you make them happy rather than get them into trouble.
  • your partners and spouses love you because you fulfill their needs and desires.

Almost everyone loves you for a reason or two. There’s hardly anything to be termed unconditional love.

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