Surprisingly, the first person to break my heart was a girl when I was 16. Her name was Cherese and we were roommates for about a year. We weren't allowed to speak to boys so we decided to go out with each other. I don't think we were actually sexually attracted to each other, although we did kiss and do a few things... but it was mostly out of loneliness. We did love each other though. But as soon as we were both released, she ran off and had a baby with her ex-boyfriend. We tried talking on the phone a few times, but things were never the same between us after that. I still love her. Even though I consider myself 100% straight, Cherese is probably the one exception to that rule. I think I read somewhere that it's normal for girls to fall in love with their best friend, but I don't know. Maybe I'm just weird
i see. not to sound too overly skeptical though, as im sure your telling the truth. however, what makes you think we're talking about the same girl though? i mean how would know unless she told you about me or something.
I'm not going to give a name, but I had a good friend in high school who went to the same college as I did. I attempted to turn our friendship into something more ... and he ended up turning into a big jerk.
Not remember yet due to memory loss problems. But I remember one a DSA teacher of my college who made me to cry (not in front of anyone)without my mistake & I think she will be feeling very sorry for that mistake that he did with me.
I have to agree with you here. We're told our entire lives that parents HAVE to love their children, and people tend to believe it wholeheartedly until they're proven wrong. I know I did. There is no one who could ever hurt you quite as much as that first betrayal from family...after that you learn not to let anyone close enough to inflict that much hurt.
Zwade I ell in love...haven't been in love since, I fell for him HARD from 14-16. We were really good friends he knew, told everyone he felt the same but then told others he felt different...it was too many games with him. His best friend had a thing for me as well but I felt nothing for him. I've had crushes since but nothing like him.
My very first serious boyfriend... He broke my heart when he was killed in an accident. We were at an end of school party and he went as a passenger in a car to pick up 2 other party goers. The driver lost control and hit a lamp post. I didn't find out till the next morning, I thought something else had happened. It's been 33 years and I have moved on BUT never forget. cheers
My Mom when i was 12 or 13... she told me that the man I thought was my father was actually my adoptive father, and that my biological father had wanted nothing to do with me since birth.
the heartbreak was that she had lied to me for my whole life, and I lost the ability to trust and developed the habit of never accepting 'truths' at face value. (just because someone says it is true doesn't make it true....find out for yourself and make up your own mind.)
there have been many other women since then...but she was the first.
I've always believed that women are capable of infinitely more cruelty than men...men tend to get upset, they lash out, and then they're done. A woman might act just fine if you hurt her, but she'll remember...for years, if need be...until the time is right for the perfect revenge.