The only "true" love I think there is that of a parent for their child. And even then I'd say mothers are more likely to have that than fathers are, sad to say.
You couldn't be more wrong with this statement.
As far as true love in a relationship, I always compared every woman to my first love and nothing ever measured up to that standard, including the woman I eventually married. I assumed it was just something that went along with it being the first. Then I got divorced and met a woman in my 30's that eclipsed everything that came before. Being with her put me on a natural high and in return, no one ever made me feel more loved. But she had issues lurking in the background, I made some mistakes that intensified them, and we went our separate ways. I'm with a great girl now that I love but it isn't the same as with the aforementioned and not sure it ever will be with anyone again. But the most intense, crazy love isn't always the best kind. Love that burns like a wildfire may not be as good over time as the fire that burns slow and steady.