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Posted 8/16/17 , edited 9/12/17
Why do they hurt so much?

I'm assuming its just a part of life, but being in a serious relationship for almost 2 years & still finding yourself in arguments all the time really just shows how much the relationship won't work.

My question is why do we need to be in a relationship so bad in the first place?

EDIT: So glad to breakup finally, well not really but..life is hard. 9-12-17
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Posted 8/16/17

Why do they hurt so much?

Because feelings.


I'm assuming its just a part of life, but being in a serious relationship for almost 2 years & still finding yourself in arguments all the time really just shows how much the relationship won't work.

That sucks.


My question is why do we need to be in a relationship so bad in the first place?

We don't.
Posted 8/16/17
^ sums it up quite nicely
Posted 8/16/17
Can't relate as I've been single since I was born.
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Posted 8/17/17
No need to force a relationship that doesn't work. It's worse on the long run.
We get used to the comfort of having someone there for us, whether it's someone good or bad. The feeling goes away after a while, sooner or later depending on the person.
Eventually people find someone else to fill that role.
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Posted 8/17/17
Lol.
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Posted 8/17/17 , edited 8/17/17
"Why do they hurt so much?"

Because you lost someone you care for an would sacrifice anything for

"I'm assuming its just a part of life, but being in a serious relationship for almost 2 years & still finding yourself in arguments all the time really just shows how much the relationship won't work."



Yup and that's why we learn to move on and accept things and its hard



"My question is why do we need to be in a relationship so bad in the first place?" We don't well that depends on the person some people don't function at their 100% unless they are in a relationship like myself and just feel lonely and pain inside until the day they meet someone who cares about them that they can return those feelings to but even then people like me don't need others and whether you feel the need for someone or not you don't need them.

Humans can function on their own we work better as a group but function well on our own loneliness is the reason we go for relationships. (aside from love)

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Posted 8/17/17

Lol.


Not surprised you've never been in a relationship kid, you live in a batcave
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Posted 8/17/17
tell me how to plz
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Posted 8/17/17
love is a great and terrible thing all at once.

full of chaos, raw emotion, and pain.

maybe thats why i enjoy it so.
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Posted 8/17/17

eggrollsama wrote:

Not surprised you've never been in a relationship kid, you live in a batcave


Go make a thread about it, and don't forget to @ me next time bih.
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Posted 8/17/17
because society forces us to think we need to be in a relationship thanks to media, movies/other. people don't need relationships to survive, they need "human" interaction so we won't become barbaric, but the need for love and romance is an illusion. same with children, family, marriage, all an illusion. people seek that out because they want to, not because they have to (even if it feels like it) and for females it's worse because of a ticking that not all females will hear.

as for relationships once they begin, that's simple, some work out and others do not. lust fades and chemistry takes over and if no effort to little is applied then things could and probably will fall apart. I've seen this in many cases, from a few months to decades. when trust fades, love interest is lost, etc then a relationship could be doomed if effect isn't taken to try to fix it (which takes place with both parties, one person cannot hold a relationship together)
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Posted 8/17/17
Cliche but it's better to love and lose it than to never have loved at all.
Posted 8/17/17

L0rdSparda wrote:

Cliche but it's better to love and lose it than to never have loved at all.


That depends on whether they want to experience it or not, so it varies per individual and their desires when it comes to relationships; if they have any at all. As an example, if i fell for someone that treated me like utter garbage, or didn't feel the same way as me but pretended otherwise, then maybe never loving would've been better. It just matters on the context and the parties involved, but everything comes with experience and consequences.
Posted 8/17/17
Your life will move on either way and time will heal the wound.
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