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- adj. Not loving.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not loving; not fond; unkind.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not giving or reciprocating affection
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That is where you stop short because you don't like the negative 'unloving' message.
In the end, people are just people, and the only things that matter are whether they are good or bad, loving or unloving, loved or unloved.
In that moment, I went from understanding that others' unloving behavior was not about me, to feeling this truth deep within me.
These painful feelings are a source of inner guidance, letting you know that you are coming from false beliefs, and that you are being unloving to yourself.
The battle between Roger and his mother dominates the novel, with the child struggling to understand the volcanic, unloving personality that fate had given him for a mother.
At the same time, his father was perfectionistic, cold, and unloving.
By it he had been formed and hardened into the Fighting Wolf, fierce and implacable, unloving and unlovable.
Only did he know hurt, such as any child knows under the blow of a thoughtless or unloving mother.
When you respond to another's unloving behavior with anger, blame, resistance, withdrawal or compliance, you will likely end up feeling anxious, stressed or depressed.
Your own unloving behavior toward another is also unloving toward yourself.
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