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Post Reply People that jump from 1 relationship to the next
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How do you feel about people that just date someone and as soon as they break up, they go to date someone else without even experiencing being single for long? I know many people that date people one week and literally are dating someone new every week after. Personally I think it is good to take a break after dating and not just continue to jump from person to person. There are exceptions but I think usually people need to take time reflect and maybe see where your last relationship went wrong. Plus being single can help you find out new things about yourself and grow as a person.
Posted 6/26/16 , edited 6/26/16
Male or female, they're hoes
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some of those people are dependent to others, in a way, in which if they don't have a bf/gf they don't feel loved or loneliness

but I know what you're trying to say
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Posted 6/26/16 , edited 7/5/16
Fairly normal. If not the norm.
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Posted 6/26/16 , edited 7/6/16
I would agree. I think it's healthier to take breaks in between relationships. It's better to reaffirm your identity, strengthen friendships, and learn from previous relationship shortcomings, so that you can become stronger and wiser. I've known some people to feel like they need to be in a relationship all the time because they've fallen out of touch with their personal identity and are trying to find it in a partner. Or, they are seeking to fill a void (loneliness, low self esteem, etc.) After a breakup, it's crucial to acknowledge the damage, let go of it, regroup, and build yourself up, so that you're less likely to bring baggage into the next relationship.
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LubbockNR wrote:

some of those people are dependent to others, in a way, in which if they don't have a bf/gf they don't feel loved or loneliness

but I know what you're trying to say


I defiantly get that. Back in highschool, i had somewhat of that kind of mind set where I kept trying to go into relationships because I felt so alone. I do think though that people may just feel lonely if they keep having short lived relationships. If they are patient and take time to reflect on themselves they have a higher chance on finding a good relationship that will last.
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LadyKiriness wrote:

I would agree. I think it's healthier to take breaks in between relationships. It's better to reaffirm your identity, strengthen friendships, and learn from previous relationship shortcomings, so that you can become stronger and wiser. I've known some people to feel like they need to be in a relationship all the time because they've fallen out of touch with their personal identity and are trying to find it in a partner. After a breakup, it's crucial to acknowledge the damage, let go of it, regroup, and build yourself up, so that you're less likely to bring baggage into the next relationship.


This is exactly what I was thinking. I feel people need to be one with their selves and work out their own issues if they want their next relationship to work well. And that takes some time
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stars201 wrote:

Male or female, they're hoes


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Posted 6/26/16 , edited 6/26/16

dragonslayerjoshua wrote:


LadyKiriness wrote:

I would agree. I think it's healthier to take breaks in between relationships. It's better to reaffirm your identity, strengthen friendships, and learn from previous relationship shortcomings, so that you can become stronger and wiser. I've known some people to feel like they need to be in a relationship all the time because they've fallen out of touch with their personal identity and are trying to find it in a partner. After a breakup, it's crucial to acknowledge the damage, let go of it, regroup, and build yourself up, so that you're less likely to bring baggage into the next relationship.


This is exactly what I was thinking. I feel people need to be one with their selves and work out their own issues if they want their next relationship to work well. And that takes some time


Yes! The way I see it is, you shouldn't get into a relationship anticipating its failure, but you should have things to fall back on if things don't work out so that you're less likely to remain devastated. That's why I think it's healthier to tackle loneliness through friendships/family, because you'll have them for support if a relationship falls short. Also, a relationship shouldn't be treated as a cure for boredom, so finding fun things you enjoy is valuable and will help with boredom in the long term. ^^
Posted 6/26/16 , edited 6/26/16
I have no idea how people can do that. I would need some space.
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I have no idea how people can do that. I would need some space.


Same here. Also I don't get how a person can say they love someone, break up with them, then a week later tell the new person they love them.
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that sounds like too much work
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Not for everyone certainly, but I don't think there is anything wrong with it.
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Posted 6/26/16
It's alright. You dont have to break down a cry after a break up. Some people just knows how to move forward faster than other. For better or worse
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Posted 6/26/16
Dont like it, would never trust such people.

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