Unconditional Love does Not mean Unconditional Relationship.
Unconditional Love does Not mean having no boundaries.
Unconditional Love does Not mean being a doormat.
Unconditional Love does Not mean denying my own Needs and fulfillment to meet the needs of others.
Unconditional Love does Not mean tolerating being used, being abused, being neglected or taken for granted.
Unconditional Love does Not mean letting the other person treat you like a pizza, only taking the slices they want and picking off the toppings.
Unconditional Love is Not a drive-thru menu of a la carte pieces of me or my heart.
Unconditional Love can be given from a safe distance with healthy boundaries that protect my well being and spirit from mistreatment.
I can Love you unconditionally from my spirit and wish you health and happiness… And still have healthy conditions and boundaries around how I’m willing to relate to you.
Unconditional Love does Not mean sacrificing myself and my well-being for yours. Sometimes I will choose to do so when your need is greater and/or more immediate.
Unconditional Love does Not mean I have given up my right to say No to what is not good for me.
~ Aurora WindDancer
“The root word “condition” in “unconditional love” does not apply to the verb “to love,” but to the subject of the sentence, “you.” This means I will love you, no matter what condition you are in. It does not mean I will love you under any conditions, even if you are breaking my boundaries.” ~ Sienna Newcastle