why must explain over and over again why you wanna break up, especially when all the signs there?
lol Signs of a need to break up usually have more to do with the people involved then any miracles in the earth or strange things in the stars that dictate the necessity to rend a relationship. If neither party is mature enough to grow past their problems and hold on to the other until it is obvious that there isn't a point to holding on that is understandable. The need to explain isn't really a need at all however. It feels like a human necessity only because somehow your sadistic enough to want to hurt them or masochistic enough to hurt yourself in the resulting arguments that become consequential of such decisions. If you wanted to just walk away you could but you would have to change your patterns of behavior and location sufficient to make it hard for the other person to track you down or you can just go cold until they feel the chill and seek someone warmer to hang around. Point being, there are options. Just a thought.
one does not mind repeating themselves and the other tends to act like they do not hear or want to hear. Say what you must once. Action speaks louder than words.
by littleboyluis147 years ago
ok, so i have this girlfriend, and i dont know i just wanna break up cuz she gives me no space...at all, like we talk alot after school on aim, and facebook, and she stalks me on facebook. it gets so annoying. it's like...
by wearenotthesame007 weeks ago
If you were heart-broken, how would you explain it?What type of pain would you feel? How would it affect you? And do you think you could ever get out of it? (ever escape it?)
by Grace Marguerite Williams6 years ago
Remember the fairy tale that once there was a little girl with a curl in the middle of her forehead. When she was nice, she was very, very nice but when she was bad-she was horrid indeed! Are you nice...
by masaa7 years ago
why would you wanna do that anyway.thanks for following me. the worst thing is to die why choose that.
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