But because of all the arguments in the past she is not sure she loves me anymore

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Me and my girlfriend have been together for about 9 months. We were friends before we began dating and our relationship has a lot a strengths and positive that can make a relationship last a while, it's not just sex or something like that, we mutually enjoying being around each other. However, when we first started getting close and talking about a future together, however she was still dating her boyfriend and would tell him what was going on with us, not even months after we started dating did she tell him. And it has caused a lot of problems and arguments. Now by girlfriend likes me, and thinks I am the type of guy she would want to be with, and she is attracted to me, and believes she has a greater connection with me than anyone else. But because of all the arguments in the past she is not sure she loves me anymore, but only really likes me. Now, things are getting better, and we are even going to couples counseling. But do you know if that love that she had can come back, or is there something I can do to facilitate her love coming back, or is it just not possible.

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Love can do anything. It certainly can return.

Couples counseling is an excellent choice you made and I wish you luck with it.

My advice is to continue the counseling and work hard on not arguing for any reason. You will have plenty of time for arguing in the future.

Good luck!

-- from George
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