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The emotional roller coaster

Updated on August 31, 2015

Being on an emotional roller coaster with someone is never an easy things. There are a lot of feelings involved and it can be very intense. One minute it could be the greatest thing in the world and the next you can feel as if your whole world is crashing down.

Emotional roller coasters are never healthy. They could lead to health problems down the road such as depression and anxiety due to all of the stress and frustration. in the relationship. You could start to have chest pains, shortness of breath and it is just not worth it.

Of course one reason why you do not want to get off the ride could be because you love the person very much. Another could be because you are scared of being alone. Do not let the second one be the reason you stay with someone who is giving you constant stress. Love does require sacrifice but if someone is making you depressed more than they are making you smile they are not worth it. It is best to cut the ties and move on. It may hurt at first but as time goes on you will be happier.

It could be the best feeling in the world when you are getting along with each other. He could be so sweet and so romantic. Then something happens and you are crying all the time. You wish that things could go back to being good the way they used to. It hurts to think of how things changed. You cry when you think of how good things used to be and you just wish you could have that experience again.

You try your hardest to get off the roller coaster but when he pulls you back you cannot help but get sucked in. You still have feelings for him and deep in your heart you know you always will. He did things that no other guy did for you before and you want to make it work. You know how he is but you still cannot help but wanting to be with him.

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Get out there and go meet guys. Try going online there are so many dating sites out there now. The best way to get over one guy is to find someone new. Maybe your friend can set you up with one of their single friends. Be open to meeting someone new wherever you go. If you are on an emotional roller coaster with someone step off and find someone who is more stable.

There are stable guys out there. There are guys out there who are dependable and trustworthy. Why are you putting yourself through all this pain with someone who is making you unhappy all of the time? Yes, you may say you care for him but you deserve to be happy and you deserve someone who treats you right. You do not deserve to be with a guy who is always making you cry. When someone loves you they want to see you happy. They do not do things to upset you or bring you down. They are reliable you and you know that you could trust them.

There comes a time when you have to stop chasing this guy who is making you upset. He is not doing you any good. Sure you may think of the good times you have together but does the good outweigh the bad? If you are crying every night over the things that he does to you then he is not worth it.

There are good guys out there so stop wasting your time on the wrong one. Do you really want someone to be the reason you spend everyday crying? Sure you may have good days but you never know when bad days will come. It is also not fair to you if you are the one who is loyal and putting in all of the work.

Go out there and start over. Be open to someone who wants you and will treat you how you deserve to be treated. Love is out there but you will never find him if you focus on the guy who is always bringing you down.


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    • dashingscorpio profile image

      dashingscorpio 2 years ago

      Know yourself, Love yourself, Trust yourself.

      I believe people who stay in toxic or unhappy relationships generally do not love themselves enough to have "deal breakers" or boundaries.

      Their relationships only end when their mates walk out on them!

      In many instances people view breakups/divorces as failures. Essentially a breakup/divorce is a public admission that a mistake was made in the "mate selection process". Human beings make mistakes!

      It's not the end of the world.

      Every ending is a new beginning!

      “Some people think that it’s holding on that makes one strong; sometimes it’s letting go.” — unknown

      The world may not owe you anything but you owe yourself the world!