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Posted 7/6/16
I've made my younger brother cry a ton of times. IT WAS TOTALLY WORTH IT!

JK. No, I regret it. I was a terrible big sister to him when we were kids. I'm trying my best to be nice and patient with him now.
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Posted 7/7/16
Yup. oh well
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Posted 7/7/16
Yes, I broke up with her.

It was for the best, for her anyway, I never thought I'd be the one dumping, but I had 2 reasons.

First, I was holding her back I feel, or my situation at the time was. She was missing out on a lot of life by being with me at that point in mine.

I also felt that we weren't as compatible as we initially thought.. I feel like a jerk, really, but I was honest with her about it, and about why. I became less invested in us, and overcoming the obvious obstacles at the time, and I couldn't let that continue, I'd just be leading her on if I prolonged things any further... which was going to hurt her a lot more than me. I'd feel worse if I hadn't made the decision I did.
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I made a lot of people cry when I got cancer, hurt them more than it hurt me, I wasn't even bothered by it
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Posted 7/7/16

PrinceJudar wrote:
Too many times to count.


Its the dreamy bad boy eyes.
Posted 7/7/16
i've made my mom cry because i ran away once...never again
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Posted 7/7/16
Yes. Many.
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runec wrote:
Its the dreamy bad boy eyes.


Must be.



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Posted 7/7/16
I've made people cry several different times actually.

When I was a kid through teen I was bullied until I decided to fight back, physically. Twice a person who was trying to bully me cried. I think it was a good learning experience for them, welcome to pain, I know it, now you do too. No regrets. Who cries as a teenager anyway?

I was in a fairly terrible relationship for a period. I didn't fight with her so much as she fought with me. When I tried to leave the first time there was tears and self harm. (I left later in more stable times). I regret this one. Looking back things are such a tangle I can't see how I could have done better. However I wish I was stronger then, clear headed.

At work I have several minions who I'm responsible for. One teared a little on being fired. Another when I confronted him strongly about inappropriate behavior. No regrets on these either. I like things gentle and easy at work but there is a line.

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So many moms have been made to cry!

Posted 7/7/16
too many times. have only really truly felt bad when i made one of my best friends & my mom cry
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Posted 7/7/16
I made my Baba cry once, and it completely destroyed me.

and I never made anyone cry again.

That moment changed my life.

Now here is where things get complicated, especially for people who are weak


But if I do make people cry and I don't feel anything, then it's not my fault you just can't understand me. ( and no that's not being a dick, maybe listen to what I'm trying to say)

I was raised well, and believed in no bullshit. So if I say something to people, and they end up crying, but I don't feel bad for doing it, then it's probably a good indication to grow the fuck up

Give no bullshit, take no bullshit, live strong, be stern, accept who you really are, never regret what you have said, and never hurt people, and if others are hurt from what you have done; reevaluate your actions and think about the decision you have made, did you feel wrong about doing it? If you don't, move on and keep living strong.

So I probably have, but I ignore it, because my intentions always revolve around my well being and trying to be real with people, and the prosper of greater things to come.

Sometimes tears lead to strength, and for me that holds true. I have cried for my own reasons, and it has made me stronger, and each time I do cry, it means something in my life needs to change, so I change it. I become a new man.
Posted 7/7/16
I have and it hurt me as well. I dated my best friend in high school, but I just felt things weren't right and wanted to stay just friends...so when we here hanging out one day, I told her that we should just be friends. She burst into tears, and wanted to be left alone for a little bit. After that, she agreed and would rather be friends than nothing at all. To this day, we're still friends! So I would say it worked out in the end.
Posted 7/7/16
Quite a few people, but they all deserved it.
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Posted 7/7/16 , edited 7/7/16
Yes.
- Ex-friend and I were talking to the same person
- I never had any classes with them so she technically had the advantage
- I never really played mind games, but she did (for example, if the dude replied late, she would wait awhile before she replied back. She would never start conversations, etc etc etc. Basically expected the guy to do all the work)


Long-boring-story short, he stopped talking to her and she blamed me, blah blah blah. She cried over it.

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Posted 7/7/16
I was about to say no but i guess there were times where i was a bastard and made my little brother cry, and i probably made my mother cry a few times due to some of my actions or her just worrying about me too much...
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