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Do jumping into a new fast relationship last?
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Posted 3/27/13
Distance won't last or work at all. Relationship nowadays is cheating and having sex with hoes. You can't do anything about it. You have to move on. Find other people to date, there's more people out there. For me depends, if I like that person for a long time then no I won't jump into a relationship. I wanna try work it out. If she says I don't like you anymore then I move on from there. Either way. I still wanna be single for a little while, I wanna meet new people and see how the girls are. Relationship full of dramas and shit I can't handle that. I need peace and party. Bang a chick at a party then won't remember what happen last night.
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All my relationships I thought were "the one".
I called my master every time and discussed it with her.
Then two days later I realized I was wrong..
It wasn't the one. How pathetic of me. My master mus of been disappointed in me.
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Posted 5/12/13
They usually don't last but sometimes they do... sometimes.
Posted 5/14/13 , edited 5/14/13

lebronj wrote:

Distance won't last or work at all. Relationship nowadays is cheating and having sex with hoes. You can't do anything about it. You have to move on. Find other people to date, there's more people out there. For me depends, if I like that person for a long time then no I won't jump into a relationship. I wanna try work it out. If she says I don't like you anymore then I move on from there. Either way. I still wanna be single for a little while, I wanna meet new people and see how the girls are. Relationship full of dramas and shit I can't handle that. I need peace and party. Bang a chick at a party then won't remember what happen last night.


Well that`s not true, not in my case anyway. I am currently in a long distance yet it works perfectly fine, it all depends on how loyal you are and how much you like and love that person.

And yikes, you are proud to say that you want one night stands with many girls ? Wow sir, you are so classy.
Posted 5/14/13 , edited 5/14/13

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If someone goes and finds someone and jumps right into a new relationship that was kinda fast, do they last?


The reason I'm asking is, I went not to long ago to try and work things out with a guy i was dating, try and see if we could go back to bf/gf again. He lives far, so I had to go far to see him, I stay with him for 8 days, well things was great again with us, seem like all was back between us once more, felt like us back to being bf/gf. Had a great trip and week. He even said to me if things stay the same between us in a few months he wanted to take a real trip with me next time. Anyway even after our week, things seem great, up until about last weekend, when i could tell he was not acting right, well I found out yesterday he had found someone else... he said it just happen, the thing I don't understand is how could he find someone so fast? Also how could he do this right after our week and after all seem great with us again?


So yeah b/c he moved onto someone so fast, do this kind of relationship normally last?

how many of you, do you know someone that moved right onto someone else this fast? did it last? what would be the reason for it? What is the longest you think it will last for?


It depends how ready they are, likelihood is probably not. But then again there are a few exceptions. It all depends how much you have liked that person.

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Posted 5/14/13
I wouldn't know. I haven't been in a relationship in 9 years.
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The only thing I expect out of a relationship is sex and emotional abuse. My longest relationship has been a year because I have rather volatile relationships. I date crazy chicks.

So, i'm probably the worst person to be giving out relationship advice but I do have a whole lot of experience in moving on from one relationship to the next. It's very easy to find someone else. Most of the time it doesn't last if you don't try to get to know the person. Most relationships last 6-9 months at most in my experience. The reasons for moving from one relationship to the next are many, but mostly because you're bored and you think you've found someone more interesting.
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Posted 5/14/13
No, it most certainly won't last. My last relationship took off slow for me, but fast for her, and it ended fast, and not very well
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Posted 5/14/13
Like the number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in May 1979, the band Orleans presented the Lyrics to Love takes Time.


I saw a twinkle in her eye
It lit a fire deep inside
But it burned so wild and strong
I knew it wouldn't last for long

'Cause love takes time
And it's hard to find
You gotta take some time
To let love grow

I saw a shooting star go by
It blazed a path across the sky
But the beauty did not last, no
Some things just happen all too fast

But love takes time
And it's hard to find
You gotta take some time
To let love grow, whoa

Well some think love's a game
You play for a night or two
But I think that's a shame
'Cause I know that in the end
They're bound to lose
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Posted 5/15/13
no
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If you are talking about a "rebound" type of relationship, I advise avoiding them at all costs. Regardless of who is rebounding, you or them, it's just a bad idea.

Depending on the person, it can take quite some time to get over a failed relationship. If someone you are looking at just broke up with their bf / gf a couple of weeks ago, don't try to jump into something with them then. Their old feelings will spill over into the new relationship and often times sully any chances of it succeeding. Sure, it's possible that a rebound relationship will work, but that is a rare occurrence. If you really like this person and you feel strongly for them, give them the proper time to get over their ex. If you are already their friend, just keep an eye on them. Once they haven't mentioned their ex for a good amount of time, then it might be alright to show interest. If and when you do, take it slow so they don't feel any pressure in case there are still some lingering feelings. Maybe ask them out for a coffee. Sometimes that coffee date will let you know where they are as far as getting over their ex.
Posted 5/17/13 , edited 5/17/13
No... well, almost everything that is good takes time. It can work if you start over at a slow pace maybe
Posted 5/17/13
i am in a movie haha
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Posted 5/17/13
Probably not, and I think it will bring out more complication in life. It comes and goes as subtle as the wind.
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wwe wrote:

If someone goes and finds someone and jumps right into a new relationship that was kinda fast, do they last?

The reason I'm asking is, I went not to long ago to try and work things out with a guy i was dating, try and see if we could go back to bf/gf again. He lives far, so I had to go far to see him, I stay with him for 8 days, well things was great again with us, seem like all was back between us once more, felt like us back to being bf/gf. Had a great trip and week. He even said to me if things stay the same between us in a few months he wanted to take a real trip with me next time. Anyway even after our week, things seem great, up until about last weekend, when i could tell he was not acting right, well I found out yesterday he had found someone else... he said it just happen, the thing I don't understand is how could he find someone so fast? Also how could he do this right after our week and after all seem great with us again?

So yeah b/c he moved onto someone so fast, do this kind of relationship normally last?


how many of you, do you know someone that moved right onto someone else this fast? did it last? what would be the reason for it? What is the longest you think it will last for?

The simple truth is that he cheated on you! I dont think you look like a Troll so get over him.
He wasn't worth the pain he caused you. He did it once and maybe more. The truth is that he will do it again and again with no consideration for your heart.


You need to move forward and never look back. Go find the guy that will treat your heart like the treasure it is.
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