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Posted 6/26/16
It sounds like you're describing the type of person that can't stand not being in a relationship. I find those people really selfish because they're not being fair to thir partner who might be looking for their soulmate. They should always say they're not looking for a serious commitment.
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Posted 6/26/16
since my relationships have produced like "I was not looking for anything or anyone but I found a nice person to share almost everything." do not measure the time between relationship and relationship, although I tend to reserve me(idk if its the right word, i my english isnt the best) for a while after pull myself together
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Posted 6/26/16 , edited 6/26/16
I know a guy who'll date someone for a couple months, talk about love or whatever but won't have a problem dating someone shortly after a break up. I think that's when it's a real problem, when you tell someone you love them then shortly after you breakup you find someone else. To me it would seem like you had your eye on that other person the whole time, in the end though it's none of my business, but they'd lose some respect depending on how it happens and how their previous relationship was.
Posted 6/26/16

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Nayru- wrote:

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.


People like that don't understand the meaning of the word love.
Heck, I think it's one of the most abused words today that gets tossed around so carelessly.
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I don't understand how they do that.
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Posted 6/26/16 , edited 6/26/16
A lot of people that do things like that have low self esteem. I used to be like that. I've never had a relationship last less than a month (and the one that was a month was last year and the guy was NUTS, I NOPE'D out of the pretty damn quick and then got harassed by the guy for months afterwards, ugh) but when I was in my older teens and young-mid 20's I'd jump in another relationship as soon as I was out of the one before. Most times within a week or two of the last breakup. As I got older and started feeling better about myself as a person, I didn't do that anymore. I'd wait longer or have fun with friends and other people, sometimes going on a date with someone I found interest in but not necessarily ending up with that person outside of a dinner or an arcade visit.
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Posted 6/26/16
that tells me they never truly loved their previous partner, if they're so ready to just date someone else

I'd never date someone who broke up with their partner like a week ago
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Posted 6/26/16

TrickedMJ wrote:

I know a guy who'll date someone for a couple months, talk about love or whatever but won't have a problem dating someone shortly after a break up. I think that's when it's a real problem, when you tell someone you love them then shortly after you breakup you find someone else. To me it would seem like you had your eye on that other person the whole time, in the end though it's none of my business, but they'd lose some respect depending on how it happens and how their previous relationship was.


I know a girl that constantly switches relationships and start saying she loves someone after knowing them for like a week. They say some people can find love at first sight but I don't think someone just falls in love that often. Especially because she says bad things about her ex's right after she stops dating them.
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25 / M / NYC Metro Area
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Posted 6/26/16
Probably not a good idea. If you are pursuing someone like this your better off single in the first place.
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16 / F / Kuto-ko Tokyo Japan
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Posted 6/26/16
I don't know about this but I never cheat or jump to another man. Even we don't have relationship?
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20 / M / Bundaberg, Queens...
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Posted 6/26/16 , edited 6/26/16
I have only ever gone from one to the next once when I was being ignored by my then girlfriend all the time and treated like shit and another girl I liked convinced me to leave and be with them.

Was way to fast imo I mean if you can do it more power to you but eh not my thing I need time alone
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Posted 6/26/16 , edited 6/26/16
This one pisses me off the most and honestly I cant be friends with someone that does that because they take all there relationship for granted and most likely don't care either way I have never had a relationship in my entire life so I take that one personally as I consider anyone who has one to be very lucky
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Posted 6/26/16
In my opinion people who do this are people who cannot be alone. Afraid to be on their own. Needs someone in their lives. I think is worst when the person just left a marriage (divorce) and jumps into another.
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