Value - Love

Affection, caring, kinship, and devotion. Is your life full of the devotion of friends and family or have you been searching for it your whole life? Maybe you Love only yourself or have no time or inclination to commit to such a trite emotion.

Example Statements

Die Statement
D4 I’m married to my job.
D4 A weakness.
D4 It gets in the way of business.
D4 You can’t make me care enough.
D4 I don’t have time for this.
D6 I’ll do what it takes to protect my friends.
D6 I will not take betrayal from those I love.
D6 Love means making me your top priority.
D6 Harmless flirting’s all it is.
D6 Friends, family, it’s all good.
D6 I care about my friends.
D6 My friends deserve my loyalty.
D6 Love endures.
D6 It’s good to have friends to rely on.
D6 I’m doing it for you, Dad.
D6 I can’t let anybody get close to me.
D6 Heartstrings make great puppet strings.
D8 I must safeguard my family and friends
D8 I have my friends and that’s what matters.
D8 Don’t screw this up, Lois!
D8 Love makes you vulnerable.
D8 It holds back the beast in me.
D8 I’ll do anything for love.
D8 I only want to be a proud father.
D8 I’m learning to rely on friends.
D8 I’m a sucker for a pretty face.
D8 Muy caliente!
D8 Love always ends and is born anew.
D8 Family is important.
D8 I don’t make friends easily.
D8 Go with the flow.
D8 I must have a mate that is worthy of me.
D10 My family is worth any sacrifice.
D10 Family comes first.
D10 It can’t always end in tears.
D10 Nothing is more important than my family.
D10 It’s what we all need to keep going.
D10 We always have each other!
D10 Family comes first.

Value - Love

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