The Importance Of True Love In The Family

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True love should be something that both partners work hard and commit to. Having to be the same race was highly expected in the nineteenth century. In today’s world it is accepted, but bringing a baby into the picture should make the family much more united. Most relationship would have a greater chance surviving if the truth can be told and couples were able to truly love each other. Love for one another should be based off knowing and having trust in one another. True love doesn’t spark if one does not commit, refuses to take responsibility, and allows race or social standing to be a barrier. It comes from opposing all of these negativities.
The true love that Desiree and Armand had felt was not the true feeling that long lasting couples
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Armand felt a sense of passion when he first saw Desiree. Eventually feeling a sense of intimacy after marrying her and having a son with her. their relationship fell apart when Armand began thinking irrational and accusing her of all his dislikes. Being able to think rationally and put pieces together would have save a lifetime of problems.
Commitment is the final part the article. This article states “Commitment implies the ability to stay connected no matter what”. (Stenberg)(P1) This statement help imply that couples who truly love one another will work out their problems and stick to each other until the end. These are the type of relationships that are meant for mature people, people who can stay committed. They refuse to let pointless arguments get the better of
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Going back to slavery, these people were forbidden to receive any type of education. They were so dumbed down that all what the slave owners wanted them to do is to work in the fields nonstop. They emphasized on this law so entirely, that if a slave were to be caught with any type of education material or made any attempt to read or write, they would be given a fine of one hundred dollars. With no education slave masters had no limit on what they could demand from their slaves. Even if the owner constituted death upon them, they would inflict their power as the owner and avoid any type of lawsuit or fine thrown at them. Owners had limitless power over slaves and could command anything from them at anytime if they wished. Knowing that slaves had no knowledge of education and considered property, they could not defend themselves or file a complaint to get away from

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