3 Important Love Lessons We Learned From Our Loved Ones

These guys share the most important ones they've learned so far.
by Ayessa De La Peña   |  Feb 9, 2016
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The people we're with teach us the most important lessons in life and love. This love month, we asked our Candy Cuties to share with us the most important love lessons they've learned from being with their loved ones. Read their thoughts below, Candy Girls, and don't forget to take down notes, too.

Gil Cuerva "Love is all about compassion, commitment, and always being there for the person no matter what. If you really love someone, you'd do your best to understand the person and stay loyal to her." —Gil Cuerva
Sean Peabody "When you want to share what would be your life with someone special, make sure you are whole. Make sure she is whole. I think that once you enter relationships, you shouldn't forget your own dreams and aspirations and supoort the one you love as much as humanly possible, instead of changing your dreams to fit each other. Even though that would be so sweet." —Sean Peabody
Kim Roño "Life is short so cherish every moment of your life with the person you love." —Kim Roño

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What about you, Candy Girls? What are the most important lessons in love you've learned from your loved ones? Share them with us in the comments. :)

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Ayessa De La Peña
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I am Candymag.com's resident fangirl and ~*feelings*~ girl. When I'm not busy researching about what to write next on the website, I sleep, read books, and re-watch episodes of Friends.
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