I see it. People in a supposed relationship -- whether a couple, a parent and child (young or adult), siblings, etc. -- but one of them is completely disrespectful. I also see it acted out. They're walking down the street, and one is way ahead of the other, while the one behind is double-stepping to try to keep up or they seem to be trying to keep up a conversation. Still, one or more will whine, "But I love him/her!" One is physically or emotionally abused by the other, and they will both protest, "But I love him/her!" One is commanding, controlling. Yet the one under command says, "But I love him/her!" One pays no attention to the other, or even to the family. But they say, "But I love him/her!" What is love, if it accepts these abuses? I cannot accept that this is what unconditional love is. This, to me, looks more like something very unhealthy. Infatuation? Addiction? Emasculation? Certainly, I know that old saying that love is a verb, but another definition is an intense feeling of deep affection.