i love sumeone but there already taken what do i do ?

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  1. profile image51
    kathrynlouiseposted 8 years ago

    i love sumeone but there already taken what do i do ?

    because its not childish loveits crying over them love

  2. MickS profile image69
    MickSposted 8 years ago

    it's quite simple, learn to live with disappointment, you'll get over it, plenty more out there.

  3. susanc01 profile image68
    susanc01posted 8 years ago

    If someone is taken, then leave them be. Would you want someone to take them from you?

  4. Harleyluv profile image61
    Harleyluvposted 8 years ago

    tell then how you feel, and watch the game play out from there.

  5. lucionogue profile image67
    lucionogueposted 8 years ago

    Ok, this is a difficult and delicate position to be in, however, I am not going to tell you to give up just yet, not at least until you ask yourself a few questions and answer them honestly.

    What are your chances in conquering such love?
    Does he or her know that you exist? Has he or her gave you any hope in having his or her love back?
    Do you believe that, if continue to pursuing such love, what are the chances that it will hurt you more than bring you happiness? Is it even worth to continue suffering or is it time to move on?
    How long have you been chasing it?

    I hope that you if you make a self analyze about your current situation, you will be the best person to determine whether this lost love is something worth fighting for or no, only you can determine that.

    If you truly believe that is worth, then, by no means, try everything that you to conquer it back, otherwise, move on.

    There's no such thing as that he or she is or will be the only love of your life. Allow yourself to be happy, if he or she doesn't even know about your existence, then, do yourself a favor, move one with your life and, treat yourself in a manner that you deserve it.
    Good luck!

  6. Lamme profile image64
    Lammeposted 8 years ago

    I guess it depends on the situation.  When you say "taken", do you mean married?  If they're married, you need to move on.  If they're involved in a relationship, how long has it been going on? 

    There's a huge difference between someone who has been steadily dating a person for the past 6 months and someone who has been married for 20 years.

    Also, does this other person know how you feel?  Do they have feelings for you as well?

  7. helendanger profile image78
    helendangerposted 8 years ago

    If you love someone, you want the best for them.  You don't want to make life hard for them. 

    Fate is magical. If you two are meant to be together, you will be one day.  Now is just not the right time.  He has things to learn before he can be with you and so do you.

    I had a wonderful relationship that lasted 7 years.  We met a year before we even started seeing each other.  At the time, I was in another relationship and so was he.  Of course I was drawn to him, but I got over it because we were both already taken.

    About a year later, we met again through a friend.  Well what do you know?  We were both single. And we'd had no contact during that whole year. If we had cheated and gotten together that way (not suggesting that you would do this), we would have started our relationship in a negative painful way.

    Because we didn't try to force fate, things worked out the way they were supposed to.

  8. SweetMocha-Monroe profile image73
    SweetMocha-Monroeposted 8 years ago

    Go one with your life. It is nothing else for you to do. If that person loves you, they will eventually come to you. However, don't wait for them because it's a huge possibility they are happy and in love with the person they are currently with and why should you put your life on hold wishing on a star.

 
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