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Is there such thing as meant for one another ?
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Hi guys this forum is just to get general idea of you guys. What you think of question ! Share you experience here !!
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Yep yep.
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I see it as, if someone you're with seems perfect to you and everything works out, then it's like* it was meant to be. I don't believe in soul mates or love at first site though. Too many people die alone or unhappy for me to believe that.
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Yeah, one in a million.

Don't get your hopes up, unless you plan to date every single person on the planet.
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What if someone you are with and something inside tells you it is not right.. breaking up with them is the right thing ?
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x_juliet_x wrote:

What if someone you are with and something inside tells you it is not right.. breaking up with them is the right thing ?


Think about the relationship and if you aren't happy with them, then it's the right thing to do. If you just feel inside that it's not right, then try to get some space apart and see how you feel after that.
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I don't know really.. Sometimes you think it's meant to be but in the end one of you will get hurt.
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I believe there is such a thing. However, your posts tell me you are having doubts. In relationships, it's best not to ignore your instincts or inner feelings. A lot of people will feel like who they are with is not the one, or that something is bothering them, but will choose not to do anything about it.Part of being in a healthy relationship is being truly open with your feelings. Either you might realize that this doesn't feel right to you and that maybe it's better to move on. Or talk about it with your significant other to see if there's something that can/needs to be done. It really depends on your situation and how happy/healthy your relationship really is. Whatever you do, try not to blind yourself from red flags and things that don't seem right.
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As for experiences, mine was kind of unusual. It wasn't quite "love at first sight" since I met my boyfriend online. But, while at the time I was very closed off and wary of people on the internet, as soon as I saw a comment from him, something in me just had to know more about him. For some reason I got really excited and needed to talk to him. We hit it off and ended up talking for 7 hours straight that night XD then having conversations like that every day after. We quickly became best friends, and fell in love within a month or two. Now we've been together for over 6 years. And everything we do just seems to feel natural. I do feel that there isn't a better match for me. But that's my experience, and I'm well aware it's not typical (especially considering we met at 13 and have been in a long distance relationship for years).
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I tend to not believe in bullshit magical theories with no basis, so, no.
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I dont believe in those things..
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nothing is "meant to be" [[britney voice]] you gotta work for it
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I don't really have that kind of mentality/belief.

I don't want to go into details, because I feel like I ramble a lot. But the reason I don't believe in the "there is one person for you/other half" is because I think polyamorous relationships are just as legitimate as monogamous relationships.

I'm a flexible person, I don't mind either one. I wouldn't be against it if my partner says he's in love with another person too.
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I know I'm not a guy.. but I believe there is such a thing as 'being the right one' trying to make sure you do things that are condusive to a relationship, like trying to communicate etc. I think if you believe there is only one, you can suffer through relationships that should never have lasted long-term, and then when you do find a person that you like being with, when you hit a snag you'll always be looking over your shoulder wondering if the one you've chosen was your one, or if your someone is still out there.

It sounds like you have doubts you are trying to ignore. If something is wrong while you are still dating the only thing to do is to face whatever it is.. if its not a big deal talk about it with him, but if it is, its better that you break up before more time passes rather than later. If it isn't going to work, you are tying yourself up with something that isn't going to go anywhere.
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CherryDynamite8 wrote:

I believe there is such a thing. However, your posts tell me you are having doubts. In relationships, it's best not to ignore your instincts or inner feelings. A lot of people will feel like who they are with is not the one, or that something is bothering them, but will choose not to do anything about it.Part of being in a healthy relationship is being truly open with your feelings. Either you might realize that this doesn't feel right to you and that maybe it's better to move on. Or talk about it with your significant other to see if there's something that can/needs to be done. It really depends on your situation and how happy/healthy your relationship really is. Whatever you do, try not to blind yourself from red flags and things that don't seem right.


I'd like to believe that there is such a thing as "the one", but sadly my view on the world is too dank for me to go with it. Regardless of whether you believe it or not Cherry is right. Don't be blind to warning signs. People convince themselves everyday to stay in bad relationships using a variety of reasons. But if it's not a healthy relationship then you need to get out even if you thought they were "the one".
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