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Why do people meet just have it end?
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What is the point of some people meeting just later to have it end? I'm talking about when you meet someone you truly care for, open your heart and soul, fall in love, and for what? Just to have it end in pain and sadness?

Why do we meet someone just to have it end? What is the point of it all? How many of you wish could go back in time and stop your self from meeting that someone?
Posted 3/7/13
guess that won't do , ~ besides the whole process of meeting someone is to know someone or to find the right match for you and the scenario of you breaking up or being left by someone means that certain person or you doesn't like you that much or just end up cheating on you . there are lots of reasons why that certain person might have left . but who knows ~ it all depends on life .
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Well I guess part of the adventure to life is meeting new people, which also involves departing from people. As you age people change and so do their priorities, it's just a part of growing up. It's always sad to leave those behind that you care for, but sometimes it is necessary for us to grow as individuals. Take the childhood friend syndrome for instance. You could become friends with someone at the age of 3, but when you say hit 16 your interests change and you stop being friends. Or maybe with a lover priorities change, one may want a family while the other just wants to party.

Would I go back to stop myself from meeting that "special someone", no. You have to take your experiences in life and learn. No matter how painful it can feel at times, we humans are lucky to have the ability to learn from the past. It sucks loosing that "special someone", but do you really want to loose those memories and experiences that you had? I sure don't. I'd rather look back, take notes what went wrong and try to avoid that in the next relationship.

Either way leaving those behind that are important to us can hurt for awhile, but it is instances like those that help us develop as humans and strengthen us for the next round of people that may come our way.
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It does seem pretty terrible; sharing your life with someone, then just throwing it away. But perhaps the reason why, is to learn from experiences, or make life more interesting, whether we're aware of it or not.
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Ask yourself that.
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Why do we live if we're just going to die?
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The love that occurs with someone else is simply a window to the love that is always there. Something you should always be aware of. Being together with someone can provide spiritual insight, but it should always benefit the self....
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haikinka wrote:

Why do we live if we're just going to die?


That's deep bro
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thekevin4 wrote:


haikinka wrote:

Why do we live if we're just going to die?


That's deep bro


It's not that deep since we only have our bodies die.



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haikinka wrote:

Why do we live if we're just going to die?


This was the first thing that came to mind.

I think the answer to this question is very different for different people. Change is hard, that's for sure...and losing people sucks. The problem is that everything in life is continually changing...sometimes getting better, sometimes getting worse - but it's always changing. Sucks, I know.

Which goes to the idea of friendships/relationships. Are you happier with or without friends? Are you happier with or without a relationship? The answer to those should drive if you go for forming various relationships in your life.

For myself...social needs are very low. I don't need/want a whole lot, and that's okay. The same is true for relationships. I have a handful of friends, some closer than others, and that's okay. I get enough socializing in a day to be "happy enough". Could I be just as happy with less? probably but this is okay. I don't anticipate the people who are my friends now will remain my friends my whole life. Things change, and as others said - priorities change. For a lot of society, that priority tends to be work/family rather than with friends..or that's my perspective, anyways. That part really sucks, from my point of view.
Posted 3/7/13 , edited 3/7/13

wwe wrote:

What is the point of some people meeting just later to have it end? I'm talking about when you meet someone you truly care for, open your heart and soul, fall in love, and for what? Just to have it end in pain and sadness?

Why do we meet someone just to have it end? What is the point of it all? How many of you wish could go back in time and stop your self from meeting that someone?


I can't answer this one. After all my failed relationships I don't date anymore. It always ends up me having to break up with them and hurt them or they have to do it to me. So I definitely more relate to this post this time wwe and I don't have an answer for it. But every relationship has taught me on how to be better in my next one so that's a positive. But relationships are still an emotional pain. Don't be like me, though. Relationships are a beautiful thing. I just haven't been able to put myself out there again.


haikinka wrote:

Why do we live if we're just going to die?


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For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
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i guess shit happens and people get tired of each other.
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For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. . .

Thanks for beating me to that

My former did the same after for numerous months telling me that she needed me until she found others. I've posted about it before, I was very Ill even to the point I was stuck in a medical facility. She never once came back and asked me how I was doing during that period, Her response to that was I forgot about you. Shortly after I found out that she had been cheating on me.

When I confronted her with all of this she just shut me out completely and ended everything and took everything we had used together online. It took me a long while to get over that as I cared for her beyond what I'm capable of expressing. Within the recent weeks, after almost 4 months I have finally started to become more like myself again. I finally decided I will not let what she did or my memories of her hold me back any longer the action I took for that was this. I decided erased everything relating to her and any moments we had together even dating back to the first days we met.

I've managed to find happiness inside myself again after much searching I know you will someday too soon Wwe, you've got a strong will.
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