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23 / M / Australia,SYD
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When i break up with my last girlfriend she didnt take it to well


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Posted 11/6/14

Jay4455 wrote:

When i break up with my last girlfriend she didnt take it to well




So what happened?
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TheOmegaForce70941 wrote:


Jay4455 wrote:

When i break up with my last girlfriend she didnt take it to well




So what happened?


very long sorry but she went nuts and got angry then sad and then angry and then sad again so the picture was fitting
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25 / M / Arkansas
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Posted 11/6/14
Lived together for 3 years. Caught her cheating. She was clinically insane though, like 100% serious. Should've seen that shit coming.
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21 / F / Bay Area
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Posted 11/7/14
We dragged our relationship for a long time after we had no feelings for each other but we didn't want to break up because we didn't want to hurt the other person. So i decided to man up and break up with my ex. It was a mutual thing so every thing went pretty smooth.
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25 / M / Los Angeles / Hun...
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Posted 11/7/14
alcohol
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ya

i did it over the phone. never saw him again either. ヽ(‘ー`)ノ

also been on the receiving end lol
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24 / M / Canada
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Posted 11/7/14
5 and a half year relationship, Just broke up last Sunday over Skype. She is the kind of girl who (you thought) wouldn't do it to you but yeah, she ended up being unfaithful and told me a month later. I Had to break up with her on the spot. We were in a long distance (6 hour car ride) relationship and the whole relationship is based on trust. Without trust it is impossible to have a long distance relationship (or any serious relationship) so I had to end things.

I'm handling it pretty well, better than I thought I would. Keeping yourself positive and keeping yourself busy is actually working quite well. Your friends and family will be your crutch, they will help you out when you need them the most. Breaking up and experiencing that feeling is part of life. Most people deal with this and eventually get over it. Nobody should have to experience being cheated on, nobody. If you aren't faithful, just set them free before doing what you have to do.

I'll get over it eventually. It takes time.
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Posted 11/18/14
pretty well so did my new girlfriend, not so much for my old one
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Posted 11/18/14
I never was the one to call it quits. They did. And they dragged it out so much with this "I hate you/II want you" bullshit. (mind you, the last one was followed by 10 years and running of celibacy).

I some way, it felt like they wanted to have their cake and eat it too, and in other ways it felt like they were too afraid of hurting me.

I mean yeah, I don't need to know the details if someone I am with has found someone else (and I'll know far before even you do anyhow...Trust me.) , but I'm not super fragile. Just say it, let us part ways, and be done with it.

Anything else gets ugly.
Posted 11/18/14
Hmmm.. I don't remember. The person whom I really really liked and ended up breaking up with me made me sad, but that didn't last because I went all bitch-mode and dragged him back to me.
Posted 12/27/14

it hurts like hell but to let go of someone to make them happy is a good thing. my case is about long distance relationship.
seeing someone everyday and spending time with them is the most important foundation in a relationship. it's not good to have a long distance relationship in my opinion
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26 / F / California, 'Murica
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Posted 12/27/14
We went off, pretending as if it didn't happen, yet still remaining friends in the process. Honestly, I got bored of the person and the relationship.

In dealing with it, I guess I accepted it and moved along. If there was any pain, I'm sure that the music and anime toned it out.
Posted 12/27/14
Yeah I did due to it being long distance. I went off to college while she decided to stay put in our hometown. Things went smoothly for awhile, but I forgot to call her one day and she completely flipped out. She accused me of cheating and not loving her anymore. She was just assuming of course because I would never cheat and I did still love her, but that's how it went.

Anyways, after that things weren't the same. She would start crying when we talked because she said she didn't know what I was doing while she was gone. I honestly didn't do anything. I just went to classes, hit the gym up, and hung out with friends. Of course she didn't believe me. So after all this drama we both decided that it would be best to split up. I admit it was hard on me because we had dated for 2 years. I haven't talked to her since then sadly. I don't know why, but it's hard to maintain a friendship after a relationship...

Sorry for that long post I didn't mean to go off like that haha
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26 / F / Los Angeles, CA
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Posted 12/28/14
In my last relationship, I felt like we dragged it on just because we got comfortable so I had to do it. I thought it was mutual until he rebounded within hours of the break up and kept calling me saying he still loves me. It creeped me out so I changed my number.

I didn't really care about my previous relationships so I don't remember how I broke up with them. I've never been on the receiving end yet but I'm sure it must hurt.
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