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Post Reply Dating someone who hurt you
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Posted 5/30/15 , edited 5/31/15
Do you think it's alright to date someone or try to date someone that hurt you mentally?


As for me, I'm currently going through this situation with someone who hurt me. We spent weeks hanging out together, going to movies and
even told each other that we liked each other and wanted to try to go out together. One night she goes out to hangout with another guy as friends and through her words a "spur of the moment" happened. She came to school Monday, only said "hey" to me and started hanging out with the same guy. I didn't think anything of it until I saw them hugged up with each other holding hands. I didn't confront her until later that night and she told me that she is sorry for leading me on even though she didn't mean to, I still liked you and still kinda do. Now she says they're not a couple that she just wants to focus on her future first, then be in a relationship.
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Posted 5/30/15 , edited 8/6/15
Simply Answer: Hell naww
Posted 5/30/15
I would highly suggest not too. As someone who has tried to date someone, who constantly hurt me mentally and emotionally. It did not end well. And you have to be the stronger person and let go. But again, if you feel ok with dating someone who hurt you, by all means to each their own
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Posted 5/30/15
well i ain't gonna do it nor would i suggest anyone to do it but you make your own choices
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Posted 5/30/15
Yes I did, she did real damage forcing me watching yaoi, and she did random stuff on the classroom, that stuff that almost gave me AoE brain damage once. We brake up after, then when on a friend house we were discussing a research paper about under the autism and BANG! No one ever thought of that she may have that, Because we live in a world that everybody mind their own business, but everyone already lose contact with her or her friends.
Posted 5/30/15
No I won't
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Posted 5/30/15 , edited 5/30/15
Absolutely not, instead of dating, try:

A) Stay at home watching movies or cook together
B) Go to an outside concert together
C) Go hike together
D) Rent kayaks, go white water rafting, or take jet skis out for a day of adrenaline, with the considerate person you thought about dating.
Posted 5/30/15
For the sake of your mental/emotional health I say not to.
Personally, being back with a person who hurt me in some way would most likely, not end well. Even if they are a better person now, id probably still not forget what they did or forgive them for hurting me.
Posted 5/30/15
i don't understand
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Yup, sounds just masochistic and pointless enough for me to participate in.The utter ridiculousness of the situation is just too good to pass up.
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Posted 5/30/15
I don't think a toxic relationship is ever worth it.
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Posted 5/30/15
I was going to post pretty much the same thing Vatta posted. Whether it be dating or even just friends with someone I don't think it's worth it at all.
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Posted 5/30/15
It isn't worth being with someone like that. Don't let them hurt you again.
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23 / M / Texas
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Posted 5/30/15
Leave it dude, it's going to hurt now but later on you will not regret it. I was in a very similar situation a while back and I keep holding on even though I knew it wasn't right for me and ended up heart broken. Took me half a year to be completely over that so good luck to you.
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Posted 5/30/15
OP I see you are 21 years old, so assuming the girl you are dating is around your age, I think it is perfectly reasonable for people in your age group to be focused on future/career first as well as to explore options dating wise. When I was that age, I was worried more about my career/school and did not want to be tied down to anybody. It was more beneficial to meet and get to know different people. I think your girl has the right mentality and you should try to do the same. You are only young once! Just my opinion.
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