@Anne.Leagh · Posted 14 Sep. 2020
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@debkatz78 · Posted 15 Sep. 2020
I can't say I have. Usually, by the time I am convinced a relationship is over, I had already "fallen out of love" with them, so to speak. I feel like we tend to outgrow people we care about and because they no longer serve us in one way or another, we lose interest. We may still care for them but the spark, the driving connection, is gone. This tends to be the case for relationships where only one person views the other as a friend or neither does. It is always best to establish a friendship and learn to care about the person you want to be with without romance first.
@Thomas · Updated 15 Sep. 2020
I had a relationship with my ex for 3 years. She just walked away without any notice. We were friends from the day we met and then our friendship turned into a strong relationship that almost destroys my life and career. Anyways I still love her and I'm hoping she will return back to me someday
@Muneeb.Zafar · Posted 16 Sep. 2020
I would sat i will never do that, relationships means commitments to stay together in good times and bad times. I i cant be there with my partner than whole relationship will be meaningless, the time we spend together and everything we had its juts water bubble or what we fragile that i have to walk away.
Bomb . Carpe Diem...
@bomb · Posted 17 Sep. 2020
Sure, i have done this myself a couple of times. Sometimes it ends up being the right decision to make. While at times it is the only sane thing to do.
It hurts in the short run, but eventually you get over it and move on. The faster you get yourself busy with someone else or something/hobby, the faster you will get over the fact that you have feelings for your ex.