Those who seek love, wish to be loved but most importantly, they wish to be treated as an object that’s most special to the one who loves them. They desire that they be treated this away every time but as with everything in life, there is always an interest that’s personal and mutually exclusive. In taking care of that interest, a partner could be disappointed or offended. However, this shouldn’t be so if dialogue is made the life support of a relationship. Finally, for dialogue to work, each partner must understand that no personal interest is too important for the middle ground to be abandoned by one or both. Love flourishes when it’s given and enjoyed in equal proportion by two people.