with is leaving you. Would you want them to tell you each pain staking reason of Why they don't love you? Or would you want them to just.... Leave.
Random, Sorry Just been wondering about this...
If truly I was in Love with them, I'd let them go.
True Love is about caring about the other person's happiness...if leaving me was what made her happy, then so be it.
And yes it would suck for me but grown-ups learn how to deal with emotional losses.
I'm sorry to hear this and know it hurts.
Best to cut things off quickly, in my opinion.
It happened to me long ago. I was devastated for about a year. Much later, I realised it was better that way. But that doesn't help at all at the time, I know.
Keep in mind you are lovable and love yourself. Time passes, wounds heal and new doors open.
I would be destroyed but I would want her happy most of all.
as hard as it is, you would possibly feel worse if he told you , he may not really even know how to articulate his feelings.
I don't believe love ever really ends, I wrote a poem about where does love go when you let it go if you want to read it. it's in my love poems hub.
I think I would have to demand an answer. Though if the signs were present before he wanted to leave, then I wouldn't be so surprised. I wouldn't wanna hear what a dork I was, or how I repulse him or anything, but heck, at least give me an explanation. It makes sense that if someone wants to get out of a relationship there has to be some pre-existing factors involved than would alert the other partner. If it was sudden, you bet I would demand an answer why.
I would tell them to pack their bags and leave immediately. Why prolong the pain?
No explanation required. If that's what she thinks is going to be better for her, then by all means.
Let them go hon, heal, then go for a round up like never before.
Although I know it is not you that you are speaking of and it is just a question looking for a response, I would say......
" If you Love something set it free, if it comes back it was yours, if it doesn't it never was." I love that quote.
No details required. If he doesn't want to be here I am better off without him.
Want to come here instead Ohma?
But, I do agree. Much better off without the hassle.
Well, most of the snow I did have in my area is gone now.
O.O No one has left me lol.. I just heard a song that inspired a story.. And it says "When you go, Will you have the courage to say I don't love you the way I loved you yesterday"
It interested me. Honestly, I would just want them to be happy.
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