I can die for her, but do I really love her? [1]

i-can-die-for-her-if-you-are-angry-now“I can die for her. I am nothing if it were not for her….” My friend said it with a serious face. His face showed some kind of truth that a man who would die for love would have. However, ironically, the friend was quite often angry with her. Does he really love her?

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