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Can you move on from someone quickly?
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Posted 8/6/11
I guess im nt emotionally attached to anyone but my mom and my brother.So i would be fine if anyone else moved on
Posted 8/6/11
Better to take your time with that. It's not like all the other possible mates are going to just disappear.
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It's easy if the relationship is quickly followed by another one, if not then I tend to sulk around and keep thinking about the one I just got out of. Kinda like that I guess
Posted 8/6/11
yes.
Posted 8/6/11
You mean with my hands? Now that's a secret!
Posted 8/6/11
I get over the previous relationship first before finding another one. Rebounding can become a serious mental/emotional issue. One I don't want to fall into. It depends on the person and whether or not I saw them as my equals or just someone I was experimenting with. The latter is easy to move on from, the former not so much. What did I do wrong? Is there ulterior reasons? Did I fail their expectations? It's thoughts like that that make me feel angst over people I've dated that I've also considered genuine partners.

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Well in my case it took me forever to move on from my last g/f....even though we met once in her state and it was a long distance thing.

The one before her was also long distance, met three times, should've lost.....something.....to her, and got me into cardcaptor sakura and so many other shows. That's the one I still have trouble not thinking of anymore. I even think she's "cursed" me.
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No, and I always tell my friends to give me a good smack on the head if I ever even attempt to rebound. No sense in hurting some poor girl to feel better about myself, or letting her hurt me because it's clear that I'm not over the last one. Rebounding is a pitfall that can seriously fuck up even the best of us. The best way to get over someone is to completely cut that person out of your life, zero connections, no matter how small, and then give yourself a few months to cool down. Just, while you cool down, keep yourself busy with the things you normally do, and the things you've always wanted to do.
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Posted 8/6/11
Dude. I have feelings lingering from my ex-ex-gf. No way I can move on so quickly.
Posted 8/6/11
I never really had problems moving on. Now, it's different. I am trying to right now because I have no idea where this relationship is heading, but it's hard. I won't deny it. It's worse than accidentally hitting your bruise; possibly worse.
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No,for me it was pretty hard..

Plus it also depends on how attached you were with them & how serious the relationship was. & pretty much what ReaperEXE said, just give yourself time.
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Posted 8/6/11
Nope. It's hard to move on when i love myself. :D
Posted 8/6/11
From experience, yes.

But that's only because I can be a fairly fickle person. I'm pretty young so I haven't really felt strongly about any of my past relationships, like in high school I had a boyfriend just because it's something people expect you to have, like, I look back and it makes me wonder why I ever thought it was a smart idea :P

Right now I'm in a relationship, but I can't really get too attached as it is a temporary one (he leaves the country in 8 months because his VISA expires then), so it'll be interesting to see how this all pans out
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I don't think I can. To love someone as long as you said, it must be difficult to just move on like that. Even if I can moved on, I won't consider getting into another relationship whether it is a long one or a short one. I'm the type of guy that would like to be faithful to his first lover.
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Posted 8/6/11

iLoveBoobies wrote:

I don't think I can. To love someone as long as you said, it must be difficult to just move on like that. Even if I can moved on, I won't consider getting into another relationship whether it is a long one or a short one. I'm the type of guy that would like to be faithful to his first lover.


I just wanted to say that, you sir, have a good username. Anyway, depends what you define as "quickly". 7 days straight of no contact is usually all I need [:
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