Take as true this plausible thesis:
- If you love someone, you have moral reason to benefit that person.
Here's another thesis:
- You should never try to stop loving.
But it is not in general wrong to try to stop having a particular form of love. We can find ourselves with the wrong form of love: we can love grown children as small children, for instance, or having a romantic love towards someone we ought not. In those cases, it is right to try to stop having that particular form of love, trying as much as one can to replace it with the right form.