Selfish Quotes About Love
Love is selfish because it wants to possess and control.
Love selfishly demands attention and affection.
True love is selfish in its desire to be the center of someone’s world.
In love, we selfishly prioritize our own happiness above all else.
Love is selfish when we expect our partner to fulfill all of our needs.
Selfish love obsessively wants to be loved in return.
Love selfishly holds onto past hurts and grudges.
Selfish love puts its own desires and wants above the needs of others.
Love becomes selfish when it only cares about its own satisfaction.
Selfish love refuses to compromise or consider the needs of others.
Love becomes selfish when it becomes possessive and controlling.
Selfish love seeks validation and validation only.
Love selfishly craves attention and admiration from others.
Selfish love only gives in order to receive.
Love selfishly manipulates and uses others for its own gain.
Selfish love puts its own needs above the needs of the relationship.
Love becomes selfish when it takes more than it gives.
Selfish love places the blame on others instead of taking responsibility.
Love selfishly seeks perfection and fails to appreciate imperfections.
Selfish love demands loyalty, but may not reciprocate it.
Love becomes selfish when it denies the freedom and independence of others.
Selfish love holds onto jealousy and insecurity.
Love selfishly expects unconditional support and understanding.
Selfish love prioritizes personal goals and ambitions over the needs of the relationship.
Love becomes selfish when it becomes a competition instead of a partnership.
Selfish love always wants to be right and refuses to admit fault.
Love selfishly clings to the past instead of embracing the present.
Selfish love seeks validation and affirmation from multiple sources.
Love becomes selfish when it loses sight of the happiness of the other person.
Selfish love thrives on control and power in the relationship.
Love selfishly expects others to change to meet its expectations.
Selfish love disregards the feelings and needs of others.
Love becomes selfish when it stops putting effort into the relationship.
Selfish love manipulates others through guilt and emotional manipulation.
Love selfishly takes advantage of vulnerability and trust.
Selfish love thrives on drama and chaos in the relationship.
Love becomes selfish when it becomes one-sided and unbalanced.
Selfish love refuses to compromise or meet halfway in the relationship.
Love selfishly expects others to make sacrifices without offering to do the same.
Selfish love withholds affection and intimacy as a form of control.
Love becomes selfish when it becomes conditional and manipulative.
Selfish love values possessions and material gain over emotional connection.
Love selfishly seeks validation from others instead of finding it within oneself.
Selfish love thrives on drama and creating unnecessary conflict.
Love becomes selfish when it becomes possessive and jealous.
Selfish love seeks to control and dominate the other person.
Love selfishly prioritizes personal wants and desires over the needs of the relationship.
Selfish love refuses to communicate and address issues within the relationship.
Love becomes selfish when it refuses to let go of past mistakes.
Selfish love values its own happiness above the happiness of others.