HomeWORD-ON-THE-STREETDo you believe that true love still exists? Why? (April 17, 2023)

Do you believe that true love still exists? Why? (April 17, 2023)

Thi Nguyen




Vidalia, Louisiana

Yes, I believe that true love still exists, however, it is really rare nowadays. For example, if I choose someone to be my future spouse, I will choose the one that is mature and can take care of our lives financially, mentally and spiritually because you can’t feed your family off of love.

Princess Chukwukelu




Las Vegas, Nevada

Yes, I believe true love exists, but I believe that it is rare and is scarcer than times before. I am of this opinion because there are many vices in this current generation that have influenced the occurrence of true love-based relationships. One significant vice is social media. Social media has created a false perception of relationships which has affected many individuals who establish their standards and expectations of relationships on what they see on social media, therefore, inhibiting people from finding true love because they have a false perception of relationships.

Carlyn Keyton




Madison, Mississippi

Yes, I do believe true love still exists, however, it’s not as common as it may seem. True love is not easy to find due to the fact that we live in a digital world. How would you know it’s true love by meeting someone on Instagram or Snapchat? Nowadays, we communicate through a phone instead of actually going out on dates. It’s kind of hard-to-find true love by scrolling online. True love isn’t found, it’s built. Overall, yes, true love does exist, unfortunately, it’s rare to find.


Nekaili Williams


Elementary Education


Hazlehurst, Mississippi

Yes, I believe that true love still exists. Although it may be hard to find in this new generation, it is definitely still out there. I believe that you just have to be patient to find that person who’s just right for you.

Jamyia Crowder


Biology, Health Science


Olive Branch, Mississippi

Yes, I believe it still exists because I’ve seen it within my family, and I believe that I’ll find it one day. There is somebody meant everybody.


Quashondra Addison
Quashondra Addison
Quashondra Addison is a Freshman Mass Communications major from McComb, Mississippi. She will be a contributor to The Campus Chronicle for the 2023-2024 academic school year.


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