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how could love turn to hate?
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There is a very fine line between love and hate. That may sound melodramatic, but I know this from experience, so hear me out. The line that divides love and hate, is pain. When someone you love and depend on emotionally hurts you, and cuts you so deeply that you aren't sure how you'll ever be whole again...that's when you start to hate them. And I know this, because it happened between my mother and I. I will not say any more on that topic.

On the flipside, the line between hate and love is...harder to describe. I guess it could be...understanding, or acceptance. Because I've been in that situation, too. I used to hate someone I played soccer with with such a passion...but one day he was very hurt, and I actually understood why because I'd been through what he had. I could sympethize with him, and our quarrel literally ended the second that understanding happened. And now I love him very dearly. :)

That's just my take on things.
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True love becomes impossible to hate no matter what difficulty. Love is sacred to some people and some just trying
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Alright, the funny thing about this whole hate love thing is that, if you think about, hate actually streams from love. I mean even when you first meet someone, you don't automatically hate them. You get to know them then they do something stupid and so you end up disliking them but before then, you actually loved them without reason. So I honestly believe that hate can only be created if you knew love.

There are my two cents.
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Love is one of the stongest emotions we are capable of feeling as humans. When we lose that, when we are betrayed, or when it is taken away from us, it is only a short step to hatred... which is an equally strong emotion.

Hatred protects us from having to feel the pain of loss.
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Lionna wrote:

There is a very fine line between love and hate. That may sound melodramatic, but I know this from experience, so hear me out. The line that divides love and hate, is pain. When someone you love and depend on emotionally hurts you, and cuts you so deeply that you aren't sure how you'll ever be whole again...that's when you start to hate them. And I know this, because it happened between my mother and I. I will not say any more on that topic.

On the flipside, the line between hate and love is...harder to describe. I guess it could be...understanding, or acceptance. Because I've been in that situation, too. I used to hate someone I played soccer with with such a passion...but one day he was very hurt, and I actually understood why because I'd been through what he had. I could sympethize with him, and our quarrel literally ended the second that understanding happened. And now I love him very dearly. :)

That's just my take on things.


Well said. Normally I'd write my own opinion, but why bother when someone else put it so perfectly?
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Sekushi_Sushi wrote:


Lionna wrote:

There is a very fine line between love and hate. That may sound melodramatic, but I know this from experience, so hear me out. The line that divides love and hate, is pain. When someone you love and depend on emotionally hurts you, and cuts you so deeply that you aren't sure how you'll ever be whole again...that's when you start to hate them. And I know this, because it happened between my mother and I. I will not say any more on that topic.

On the flipside, the line between hate and love is...harder to describe. I guess it could be...understanding, or acceptance. Because I've been in that situation, too. I used to hate someone I played soccer with with such a passion...but one day he was very hurt, and I actually understood why because I'd been through what he had. I could sympethize with him, and our quarrel literally ended the second that understanding happened. And now I love him very dearly. :)

That's just my take on things.


Well said. Normally I'd write my own opinion, but why bother when someone else put it so perfectly?


Aww. Thanks. <3
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Posted 5/19/09
Hate is Love's reflection upon itself.
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It just takes less than two minutes and a mouth-full of words to destroy your love for someone even when you feel they'd like to take it back.
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Infatuation can easily turn into boredom or annoyance.

Real love is a choice you make.
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Posted 5/23/09
"There is a thin line between love and hate."

So it has been said.
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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.


Funny thing though is that, that quote is soo true, you see many many couples who hated each others guts out ended up marrying each other lol thats called fate, well thats what i tend to believe anyways.



if there's such thing that exist in this world there has to be an oppisite thing to it, i guess that it becomes hate is because when the moment of both argueing each other the arguements becomes stronger and harder due to the fact one tries to over power the other and in the end it becomes something else.
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Posted 5/25/09 , edited 5/25/09
There are already many well put answers. =]

I think that when you open up your heart to someone and you constantly give every bit of you to them with every bit of your energy...then they hurt you or betray that closeness...that hurt and anger and "how dare that person do that" feeling...can become hatred.

But then again...if that "hating person" seriously hurt the "hated one" out of anger/hate/revenge, then does he/she feel even more pain to have hurt that "once-loved-one"? If so, could that person still be loving the person he/she is currently hating and expecting back an apology and love? o.o Or is it just the fact of feeling bad after doing something bad that's at work here? @_@ I think indifference is easier to understand than hate...>.>

And love can change and evolve...and because of that, if it changes, that love cannot be automatically said to have been 'false' or mere infatuation. It could have been true love...
Anyways ~ *vanishes*
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