True or False: All's fair in love or war? Why?
~ Amanda: True. you should expect to get out of the relationship what you put into it. Love requires the work of two people, not one. What happens, happens, and you must deal with the consequences.
~ Ms. Galletly: True. Love requires making sacrifices, and I believe that is fair.
~ Ms. Archer: False. You should follow the golden rule- always treat your love the way you want to be treated- with kindness, integrity, consideration.
~ Ms. Kovach: True. Once emotions are involved, we tend to forego our usual sensibilities and "shoot from the hip." That is to say that when we are in love, as in war, we will do whatever is necessary to get the other person, get "back at" the other person, or whatever it takes to level the playing field with the other person.
~ Mrs. Jones: True. Love should shine through always. Even if the light sometimes dims, it will also shine more brightly at times, evening things out in the end, making it fair.
~ Mr. Yu: True, what you put in is what you receive!
~Mrs. Stephenson: False. You must take into consideration other values such as honesty, morality and trust.
~ Mrs. Shaw: False. Love can be cruel and do serious damage so there are many things unfair in love (ex. adultery).
~ Mr. Jones: False. Wars even have "guidelines" (bounderies) as do relationships.
~ Mrs. Gordon: False. If there are no guidelines- a marriage could be destroyed.