Yes and no.
Boyfriends come and go more than family. MOST families will be there, if things go wrong, to help you; boyfriends not so much (sometimes they are what family has to rescue you from.) It really is an apples and oranges thing - the love you have for family comes from familiarity and time spent together; good times and bad. Often love for a boy or girlfriend is about infatuation, things you think are real but in reality they aren't. Given the choice between one and the other, ask each side why they feel they do, then make a rational decision about your good.
If you are underage, you are looking at a long tough road because you legally are still your parents responsibility and you will be under their control (sometimes a good thing as we often make stupid choices blindly and often others can see things we can't.) If you are grown up, weigh the advantages - does family take care of you otherwise? Have they abandoned you before and now only want to control you? Does your boyfriend support you and know how to argue with you? Is he 'Always right'? Who is being unreasonable? Is there any reason from the past that they are acting this way? Does either side have a truly valid point? Is there a third alternative no one has mentioned?
You have to walk a tightrope as burning bridges to either party can cause major pain later.
You can love any number of people - including your boyfriend and your family, and other friends - but in different ways. The more you love, the more you are able to love. On the other hand, if you're in a situation where you don't particularly like your family for some reason - after all, you didn't choose them - it's fine to love your boyfriend - who presumably you did choose - more.
It all depends on who that someone is. If that someone is related to, then thats to be exspected , But if that someone just so happens to be another male , then you should think about how you feel about him. If you really love your boyfriend and your boyfriend really loves you thats all that should matter.
It is always more important to love. Love is unconditional... you can love anyone; any age time or place. To be in love with is different and more limited. I am in love with my boyfriend. I love my family, friends, school-mates, pets... you see? There's a big difference and "to love" is always better. :)
If you love your boyfriend... What are you talking about! Your boyfriend is supposed to be a boy you love! If you love your boyfriend, than may your relationship be long and forever going. Just know, that it may not work out and that there are more boys out there to choose and that Mr. Right is usually your 9th or 10th boyfriend! Boys, THEY LOVE YOU!! BE HAPPY!!!!!
If He Is Your Boyfriend And He Has Told You He Loves YouYou Shouldnt Feel Pressured Into Having To Do Snyting For Him To Love You "MORE"But If You See Thhings That Are'nt Quite Right In Your Realtionship By All Means See To Those Areas.But If You Are Both In Love And Both Content Then Live It How It IsAnd Just Have Fun!
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