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how could love turn to hate?
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Posted 1/1/09
i know, you know the feeling of loving someone....
it's beyond our thought, it's unexplainable, imaginative and priceless...
but how could this love to someone be turned to hate or indifference?


how 'bout you? what's your opinion...
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28 / F / california
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Posted 1/1/09
y what's wrong?
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25 / M / Greece
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Some people choose after a break up to think only for the bad things that happened during their relationship but that is to make this person think that he/she doesnt love him/her anymore.Its like a shield for the pain caused from the break up...that is the only situation i can think were love turns to "hate" Had happened to my ex
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sob* failed my ex so many times...before i realized it, i was too late. i had to go abroad, because my parents wanted me to do so. it wasn't even a weeks notice...i'd say it was d day before my flight when i found out. his and my life...turned upside down...he couldn't deal with the pain, so he resorted to a lot of things...vices, drugs, bad company, etc...he changed a lot. I know he was only putting a brave front...

it hurt me...
that ever since he changed, no matter how many times he told me he loved me, i couldn't believe it. i sort of felt like the person i loved was gone. i was hurt...& that hurt turned to hate...i felt it was so unfair that he just changed on me...so i wanted to make him feel how i felt.

so i got back at him, until we both tried to get back at each other...and as a result, we've gone too far...from where we were before.

i guess the reason behind wanting to break him down was...me wanting to see him fragile. i wanted to see him for once, fragile, sad, hurting, crying, suffering like me...but he never opened up to me again...

up to this moment, i still think we're both trying to pretend that we're okay with what happened...us being apart.
maybe, he's tired of trying...& tired of trying.

But 9 years...and almost 5 years apart...and i still love him.

few months ago, i decided to let it go...to stop calling him periodically...after doing that, i was surprised to see him with a gf. why so sudden?

sigh* sorry...too long...
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when a relationship is in calamity of distrust to each other
Posted 1/1/09 , edited 1/1/09
I think it's also the same thing of how hate could turn to love.
You know the saying, "The more you hate the more you love".
Even though I don't believe that saying. LOLOLOL I couldn't think of anything better.
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23 / F / Charlotte
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Easily love can turn to hate in so many unexaplainable ways. You can smother that person to death in a relationship so much that they find the very sight of you repulsive. The love that you thought was real can turn out to be a trick. But unless you're mentioning real love well... only the feeling between the two individuals can't even really explain it. That's a hard topic to depict.
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32 / M / The Kingdom
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When they wont let you do their bum!
Posted 1/21/09
^ That could be one reason.
Posted 1/21/09
because sometimes loving someone too much just makes their personal space seem not personal anymore.. and it bothers them. there are things such as boundaries and respecting that will lead a healthy relationship.

it doesnt mean that just because you two are in love, you can just breathe in their personal air anytime.
people want attention...just not TOO much.
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26 / M / New York City, NY
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You people must be really naive to believe that every time you're attracted to someone it counts as love.

"Love" can easily turn to hate when it isn't real love.
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You don't get to chose who you love.
You just fall, and usually you get this
person who is all wrong and all right at
the same time. And you know you love them
so much but sometimes they drive you completely
insane and no one can explain it. And the reason
it's so confusing is because it's love, but if
love didn't have any challenges, what would be the point?
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leviathan343 wrote:

You people must be really naive to believe that every time you're attracted to someone it counts as love.

"Love" can easily turn to hate when it isn't real love.


thats deep, r u a poet?
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Posted 1/22/09

leviathan343 wrote:

You people must be really naive to believe that every time you're attracted to someone it counts as love.

"Love" can easily turn to hate when it isn't real love.


:O well mine wasnt romantic love, but friendship love.

and god. u just made me so fuckign happi! thank you and u are right
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Posted 1/22/09 , edited 1/22/09

loz0ot wrote:


leviathan343 wrote:

You people must be really naive to believe that every time you're attracted to someone it counts as love.

"Love" can easily turn to hate when it isn't real love.


thats deep, r u a poet?


No, just a realist (I heard sarcasm there). And somewhat angry at the romantic attitudes I saw before. More than anything else, these false ideas are ruining our chances at making real connections with others.


cheeky_doll247 wrote:


leviathan343 wrote:

You people must be really naive to believe that every time you're attracted to someone it counts as love.

"Love" can easily turn to hate when it isn't real love.


:O well mine wasnt romantic love, but friendship love.

and god. u just made me so fuckign happi! thank you and u are right :)


Friendship love is often deeper and more profound than romantic love.
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