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If you liked someone, but they didn't like you back, would you still continue trying to win their heart?
Posted 8/6/16 , edited 8/6/16
If you liked someone, but they didn't like you back, would you still continue trying to win their heart?

What would you do?
Posted 8/6/16
This happened to me some while back.

i tried winning her heart but she either never wanted me to date her or had already moved on - I think I was dense... Or just dumb. And then it came to a point where I stopped trying, and gave up because I knew I lost.

Mixture of both.

^ plus love triangles hurt a lot. a lot of jealousy. a lot of sadness... lol
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Is the person Saika?
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If I could go back and tell my younger self one thing, it would be not to waste my time with someone who didn't reciprocate my feelings. Would have saved a lot of time and heartache.
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This is such a situational question, that it really depends. There's always a chance, but at the same time, you have to be prepared to suffer however long it takes for them to come around. In one such instance, I decided it was a waste of my time and I didn't want to suffer, so I walked away from her. The girl I had feelings for ended up dead, and I felt horrible, because I know that in my heart of hearts, had I stuck around, not only would she still be alive, but I probably would have ended up winning her over in time. Obviously, that's a rare situation, but in the end, no one can decide what to do except for you.
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This reminds me of a shit story....



Basically, it depends on the situation whether you should give up or not.
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yes and no ~
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Posted 8/6/16

dreamy- wrote:

This happened to me some while back.

i tried winning her heart but she either never wanted me to date her or had already moved on - I think I was dense... Or just dumb. And then it came to a point where I stopped trying, and gave up because I knew I lost.

Mixture of both.

^ plus love triangles hurt a lot. a lot of jealousy. a lot of sadness... lol


Teenagers are generally idiots who think they're adults and can handle the rigors of a relationship. God knows why anime includes so many teenage relationships.
Posted 8/6/16

PeripheralVisionary wrote:


dreamy- wrote:

This happened to me some while back.

i tried winning her heart but she either never wanted me to date her or had already moved on - I think I was dense... Or just dumb. And then it came to a point where I stopped trying, and gave up because I knew I lost.

Mixture of both.

^ plus love triangles hurt a lot. a lot of jealousy. a lot of sadness... lol


Teenagers are generally idiots who think they're adults and can handle the rigors of a relationship. God knows why anime includes so many teenage relationships.


..... Does three years make things better? Honestly I will wait three years and hope like hell that things improve.
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Posted 8/6/16 , edited 8/6/16

dreamy- wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:


dreamy- wrote:

This happened to me some while back.

i tried winning her heart but she either never wanted me to date her or had already moved on - I think I was dense... Or just dumb. And then it came to a point where I stopped trying, and gave up because I knew I lost.

Mixture of both.

^ plus love triangles hurt a lot. a lot of jealousy. a lot of sadness... lol


Teenagers are generally idiots who think they're adults and can handle the rigors of a relationship. God knows why anime includes so many teenage relationships.


..... Does three years make things better? Honestly I will wait three years and hope like hell that things improve.


In my experience, it takes me about a year before I'm officially okay after an important relationship, but I don't think you ever truly move on past them. Even if you don't want to be with that person ever again, they're always going to be important to you, and in your heart - whether you're a teenager or not.
Posted 8/6/16 , edited 8/6/16

Ranefyre wrote:

In my experience, it takes me about a year before I'm officially okay after an important relationship, but I don't think you ever truly move on past them. Even if you don't want to be with that person ever again, they're always going to be important to you, and in your heart - whether you're a teenager or not.


People's view of love: pic on top left.
I receive love: pic on top right
How my relationship turns out: bottom pic.



..... Yeah. Yeah..... Ok.
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Posted 8/6/16 , edited 8/6/16

dreamy- wrote:

People's view of love: pic on top left.
I receive love: pic on top right
How my relationship turns out: bottom pic.



..... Yeah. Yeah..... Ok.


Ahaha. I wouldn't worry too much. There is some certain age where people start working through problems a lot better. You'll notice a difference. I wish I could give you better advice than "wait it out, and you'll see - someday", but.. That's the only round in the chamber.

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Posted 8/6/16 , edited 8/6/16
Waste of time. Move on.

Posted 8/6/16 , edited 8/6/16

Ranefyre wrote:
Ahaha. I wouldn't worry too much. There is some certain age where people start working through problems a lot better. You'll notice a difference. I wish I could give you better advice than "wait it out, and you'll see - someday", but.. That's the only round in the chamber.


Dude thanks for being so mature about it and for taking me seriously. I know where people are coming from when they say it's just "puppy love" but I like to think that I knew what I was feeling back then and when they do that I feel like my thoughts and feelings are irrelevant... I guess that's the great thing about an online forum.

Hope you have a great morning.
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Posted 8/6/16
Depends on who it is, if its Ash it's hard to move on because i already formed an emotional bond with him, so i atleast want to see if I have a chance with him but i probably don't
..with everybody else, it's easy to move on
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