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Well, think about it. Why do people cry when they feel others hurt? Why do they cry over death?

Feelings. Put yourself in their shoes. Whether it's been five months or five years, you're going to feel sadness and hurt and cry over them because you loved them at one point.

The time you spent with them will be all gone and all you'll have are memories which won't be enough and all you're gonna want is them next you which is why it's going to make you cry.

It's so cliche and tactless to say "There are other fish in the sea!" which translates to get over it, move on to someone else and just forget. And it'll take time to get over it. And it'll take time to move on. And you won't forget. They're allowed to cry, because it hurts.

It's normal. One day, you'll feel for a guy and he's gonna break your heart. And you'll understand and do the same.

On top of that, there's no age where you suddenly understand real love. You'll know it when it finds you, and it happens at different times for everyone. It's rather heartbreaking that people don't know about it because they're too afraid or they haven't gotten a chance.
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love starts out good at first. but after the boy persuades the girl to sleep with him, he will run away leaving the girl to weep and to make matters worse is that if she was pregnant by the incident
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for some reason i never fall in "love" with random girl, it's always my friends(girls) that i fall for.i think think its a good thing because i know what they're like before hand, some people may call it playing it safe but i think it's smart though it kinda jus happans on its own.love is very complicated but just as there are sad time when u cry they're many great times when you just sit with ur gf/bf and talk, hug, kiss, cuddle, or whatever else u want to do.I personally love to just lay down in bed and watch tv/talk n hug with gf=]
it's true a lot of boys want sex when they're teen but that doesnt mean thats all they want. It's the idiots that only want sex that give us all a bad name.
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I am fourteen and I am currently in a relationship.
I have had boyfriends in the past and yes our breaks up were probably stupid
but I agree that teenage love reminds me of puppy love, we are still growing and yes maybe we will become more mature through the relationships we go through but nothing as true love.
I find very few couples who can actually be high school sweethearts through being old together but those who can really are something
Relationships dont come in first sight and you dont just fall in love no matter how much you care for someone, that's why I believe there are so many divorces once couples choose to get married.
There is nothing bad about being in a relationship. no matter what you will end up getting hurt but it all depends on when you want to begin because I find love and relationships one of the most beautiful thing in life :)
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I think there might be teenage love that is real. I'm sure in love there will be obstacles to test thee love. wow i sound so corny I have never been in LOVE so i don't know what it is like? For now i'll stick to watching korean/ japanese dramas haha.
Posted 12/22/09

Sekushi_Sushi wrote:

Well, think about it. Why do people cry when they feel others hurt? Why do they cry over death?

Feelings. Put yourself in their shoes. Whether it's been five months or five years, you're going to feel sadness and hurt and cry over them because you loved them at one point.

The time you spent with them will be all gone and all you'll have are memories which won't be enough and all you're gonna want is them next you which is why it's going to make you cry.

It's so cliche and tactless to say "There are other fish in the sea!" which translates to get over it, move on to someone else and just forget. And it'll take time to get over it. And it'll take time to move on. And you won't forget. They're allowed to cry, because it hurts.

It's normal. One day, you'll feel for a guy and he's gonna break your heart. And you'll understand and do the same.

On top of that, there's no age where you suddenly understand real love. You'll know it when it finds you, and it happens at different times for everyone. It's rather heartbreaking that people don't know about it because they're too afraid or they haven't gotten a chance.


I like ur post
its really good.
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LenaIeeXAllen wrote:


Sekushi_Sushi wrote:

Well, think about it. Why do people cry when they feel others hurt? Why do they cry over death?

Feelings. Put yourself in their shoes. Whether it's been five months or five years, you're going to feel sadness and hurt and cry over them because you loved them at one point.

The time you spent with them will be all gone and all you'll have are memories which won't be enough and all you're gonna want is them next you which is why it's going to make you cry.

It's so cliche and tactless to say "There are other fish in the sea!" which translates to get over it, move on to someone else and just forget. And it'll take time to get over it. And it'll take time to move on. And you won't forget. They're allowed to cry, because it hurts.

It's normal. One day, you'll feel for a guy and he's gonna break your heart. And you'll understand and do the same.

On top of that, there's no age where you suddenly understand real love. You'll know it when it finds you, and it happens at different times for everyone. It's rather heartbreaking that people don't know about it because they're too afraid or they haven't gotten a chance.


I like ur post
its really good.


Aw, thanks. (:
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it's just recently that ive categorized myself as aromantic asexual..
well, my romantic friends has gone through alot of falling in and falling out heartbreaking love affairs.

There's this boy who liked me---it's what they call "like at first sight"..At first, the boy was so desperate to get me, but he eventually yielded coz i was really cold to him. Now, the boy has turned his attention to my other friend...and my other friend said this to me: "it should've been you, now this jerk is on me..anyway thanks to him I have a new watch ..." im quite jealous of the watch (it's beautful).if i have been good to that guy, i would have received something from him..lol..

As i said i am aromantic..and i dont feel the need for any romantic relationship. A few boys attract me on a physical level---but i dont even look at them in a romantic way.Back to the guy, i know ive kinda hurt him, but i dont want to give him any false hope coz i cant reciprocate his romantic feelings towards me.
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garcon wrote:

it's just recently that ive categorized myself as aromantic asexual..
well, my romantic friends has gone through alot of falling in and falling out heartbreaking love affairs.

There's this boy who liked me---it's what they call "like at first sight"..At first, the boy was so desperate to get me, but he eventually yielded coz i was really cold to him. Now, the boy has turned his attention to my other friend...and my other friend said this to me: "it should've been you, now this jerk is on me..anyway thanks to him I have a new watch ..." im quite jealous of the watch (it's beautful).if i have been good to that guy, i would have received something from him..lol..

As i said i am aromantic..and i dont feel the need for any romantic relationship. A few boys attract me on a physical level---but i dont even look at them in a romantic way.Back to the guy, i know ive kinda hurt him, but i dont want to give him any false hope coz i cant reciprocate his romantic feelings towards me.


In a sense you did the right thing, your friend most certainly did not.

Don't play with people like that, letting him buy stuff for you when you blatantly have no interest is just plain mean, your friend should tell him in no uncertain terms (but as nicely as she can whilst being stern) that she's not interested. Sure he'll hurt but he'll get over it. A lot of boys don't know how to get girls attention when they're at that age and so they try and buy them things. Letting them do it is not on, not on at all imo.
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garcon wrote:

it's just recently that ive categorized myself as aromantic asexual..
well, my romantic friends has gone through alot of falling in and falling out heartbreaking love affairs.

There's this boy who liked me---it's what they call "like at first sight"..At first, the boy was so desperate to get me, but he eventually yielded coz i was really cold to him. Now, the boy has turned his attention to my other friend...and my other friend said this to me: "it should've been you, now this jerk is on me..anyway thanks to him I have a new watch ..." im quite jealous of the watch (it's beautful).if i have been good to that guy, i would have received something from him..lol..

As i said i am aromantic..and i dont feel the need for any romantic relationship. A few boys attract me on a physical level---but i dont even look at them in a romantic way.Back to the guy, i know ive kinda hurt him, but i dont want to give him any false hope coz i cant reciprocate his romantic feelings towards me.


In a sense you did the right thing, your friend most certainly did not.

Don't play with people like that, letting him buy stuff for you when you blatantly have no interest is just plain mean, your friend should tell him in no uncertain terms (but as nicely as she can whilst being stern) that she's not interested. Sure he'll hurt but he'll get over it. A lot of boys don't know how to get girls attention when they're at that age and so they try and buy them things. Letting them do it is not on, not on at all imo.


my friend is still immature..i dont know..but she enjoys receiving random things from her lovers..but she told me that she has her eyes fixed on one man...the others are just bank accounts..lol

i somewhat regret what i did (being cold to him)...i gave him the wrong impression of me. I hope we can be friends; i just dont know (at that time) what to do with his aggression..he seems too slow to understand, so i have to counter it with a cold-shoulder. I dont understand why i still get noticed when i appeal to be a lil bit boyish.
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Teenage love is what I call "the puppy stage" I don't know if anyone every been in love before,but teenage love never last some say it does in my opinion it doesn't. Reason teenage love doesn't last is either the girl is too dumb to get laid first without condoms and then she goes off crying to mommy that she's pregnant. Another reason is that in every love cases there will be more insecurities with the couples; money,parents, and friends.Also, cheating is another reason why teenage love never last is because one person could be attracted to antoher person and his/her partner gets jelous/angry that his/her relationship is over.

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garcon wrote:


quintus_fontane wrote:


garcon wrote:

it's just recently that ive categorized myself as aromantic asexual..
well, my romantic friends has gone through alot of falling in and falling out heartbreaking love affairs.

There's this boy who liked me---it's what they call "like at first sight"..At first, the boy was so desperate to get me, but he eventually yielded coz i was really cold to him. Now, the boy has turned his attention to my other friend...and my other friend said this to me: "it should've been you, now this jerk is on me..anyway thanks to him I have a new watch ..." im quite jealous of the watch (it's beautful).if i have been good to that guy, i would have received something from him..lol..

As i said i am aromantic..and i dont feel the need for any romantic relationship. A few boys attract me on a physical level---but i dont even look at them in a romantic way.Back to the guy, i know ive kinda hurt him, but i dont want to give him any false hope coz i cant reciprocate his romantic feelings towards me.


In a sense you did the right thing, your friend most certainly did not.

Don't play with people like that, letting him buy stuff for you when you blatantly have no interest is just plain mean, your friend should tell him in no uncertain terms (but as nicely as she can whilst being stern) that she's not interested. Sure he'll hurt but he'll get over it. A lot of boys don't know how to get girls attention when they're at that age and so they try and buy them things. Letting them do it is not on, not on at all imo.


my friend is still immature..i dont know..but she enjoys receiving random things from her lovers..but she told me that she has his eyes fixed on one man...the others are just bank accounts..lol

i somewhat regret what i did (being cold to him)...i gave him the wrong impression of me. I hope we can be friends; i just dont know (at that time) what to do with his aggression..he seems too slow to understand, so i have to counter it with a cold-shoulder. I dont understand why i still get noticed when i appeal to be a lil bit boyish.


No no, sometimes people are just too dense to get the message, so you have to be blunt/cold otherwise they just won't get it, so no worries there.

Kinda want to slap your friend though
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I didn't know what love is until I saw this commercial:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owY34aRiBNU
Posted 12/23/09

quintus_fontane wrote:


garcon wrote:


quintus_fontane wrote:


garcon wrote:

it's just recently that ive categorized myself as aromantic asexual..
well, my romantic friends has gone through alot of falling in and falling out heartbreaking love affairs.

There's this boy who liked me---it's what they call "like at first sight"..At first, the boy was so desperate to get me, but he eventually yielded coz i was really cold to him. Now, the boy has turned his attention to my other friend...and my other friend said this to me: "it should've been you, now this jerk is on me..anyway thanks to him I have a new watch ..." im quite jealous of the watch (it's beautful).if i have been good to that guy, i would have received something from him..lol..

As i said i am aromantic..and i dont feel the need for any romantic relationship. A few boys attract me on a physical level---but i dont even look at them in a romantic way.Back to the guy, i know ive kinda hurt him, but i dont want to give him any false hope coz i cant reciprocate his romantic feelings towards me.


In a sense you did the right thing, your friend most certainly did not.

Don't play with people like that, letting him buy stuff for you when you blatantly have no interest is just plain mean, your friend should tell him in no uncertain terms (but as nicely as she can whilst being stern) that she's not interested. Sure he'll hurt but he'll get over it. A lot of boys don't know how to get girls attention when they're at that age and so they try and buy them things. Letting them do it is not on, not on at all imo.


my friend is still immature..i dont know..but she enjoys receiving random things from her lovers..but she told me that she has his eyes fixed on one man...the others are just bank accounts..lol

i somewhat regret what i did (being cold to him)...i gave him the wrong impression of me. I hope we can be friends; i just dont know (at that time) what to do with his aggression..he seems too slow to understand, so i have to counter it with a cold-shoulder. I dont understand why i still get noticed when i appeal to be a lil bit boyish.


No no, sometimes people are just too dense to get the message, so you have to be blunt/cold otherwise they just won't get it, so no worries there.

Kinda want to slap your friend though


agree totally, also if he doesn;t learn his place then he will be trouble. you did right thing and never let anyoen said u didn;t even if whole world turns against you as this world is declinign in morals

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you know love by experience... heartbreak is caused by delusions that love can last forever and that everything will go accordingly. Love never screwed anyone over... it's just the person's outlook. they can look back on the experience and see it as a gain.
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