If LOVE so nice, tell me why it hurt so bad.

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  1. jay2jay profile image62
    jay2jayposted 8 years ago

    If LOVE so nice, tell me why it hurt so bad.

  2. profile image0
    Vrijdag Pagesposted 8 years ago

    I think the answer is in the question you've asked.

  3. swb78 profile image59
    swb78posted 8 years ago

    I don`t think true love hurts. I think the end result of a sick relationship  is what hurts. Love is patient , love is kind, etc.....if you have ever had this type of love , it comes easy and never leaves. It took me two horrible and painful divorces to find a simple and beautiful women who loved me just for me. I love her just the same and it is an easy thing. I pray god will help you find that type of love as well. Scott

  4. Jarn profile image76
    Jarnposted 8 years ago

    The same reason heroin is a bad idea. Bliss while you're on it, hell without it. The withdrawal sucks.

  5. Godlike profile image59
    Godlikeposted 8 years ago


    Try using some lube, it might help...
    If not then simply ignore this comment.

  6. Kurant82 profile image62
    Kurant82posted 8 years ago

    For my entire life I lived by the philosophy that "when life throws you lemons, make lemonade." The damage, heartbreak, and pure and utter anguish such a simple and optimistic view can cause such a good natured person in such a short period of time is simply mind blowing. Now I can better understand how it must feel to be a paraplegic trapped in a fierce Atlantic riptide with nothing more than a snorkel for good luck, imagine the ferocity of that harsh reality! I have loved and lost many times, and each time I was stomped upon by the so called love of my life as if I my heart to her was nothing more than an old mildew covered wet feather pillow thrown onto a football field only to be ran over by a football team followed up by a tractor trailer.

    The days of trying to turn lives lemons into lemonade are over, and crawling back and begging the girl who stole your soul to give it back simply is not permissible, reestablishing contact with the same person that just slapped you so hard that you will probably be a pathetic wreck for a long while before you even start to get anywhere near close to normal again is not permitted at all in this tragic day in age. Instead tell her in your own nice way to "go screw yourself you backstabbing hooker". And after that no matter how desperate drunk or pathetic you may be do not, do not establish contact with the man or woman who brought upon this horrible period of anguish and self loathing to your once great life. From now on he or she is the devil, Lucifer, Apollyon himself or herself! if you want to prevent any more heart ache and make sure you don’t fall back into that deep dark hole you just now started to drag yourself out of, then remember these words, and here my warning "DO NOT GO ANYWHERE NEAR HIM OR HER, JUST STAY THE HECK AWAY!"

    And just maybe, hopefully, one day when he or she sees you out with your new bomb shell, and they has been screwed by the scum bag they left you for. You can throw her some of life’s lemons, let’s see how she likes it when life sticks them straight up her ***! And revel in the awesome feeling of redemption that you feel overwhelming you instantaneously because my friend, after all the hell you went through revenge is now yours!

  7. profile image49
    TSimmoneposted 8 years ago

    ...it's not love that hurts so bad, it's the lack of love, the loosing of love,the pain of not being or havin or loved rejected that hurts.
    when we are in love, most of the time, we are i love with 'love' and not the actual person or relationship. sometimes we are so in love with being in love we are totally blinded by the who they really are and are not and all the little red flags that later turn into huge blind-as-a-bat red!! Often times, we don't take responsiblity for our part in the failure of the relationship but are all too ready to take credit for the many 'successes' of the relationship.love is all the many splendid things we read about, hear about and feel and it's everything we don't want it to be when thingsgo ary. but isn't that part of the romanticism of being in love. isn't better to have loved and lost thne to not love at all. try not loving anyone and get back to me on that.  love is like a drug and feels real good when everything is going well but the moment things go bad love gets the shitty end of the stick. We are responsible for our love, who we love and how we love.  We love at our own risk and we decide to love then we assume the risk of that loving running out or running thin or running out. And thats that.

  8. phoenix_028@yahoo profile image59
    phoenix_028@yahooposted 8 years ago

    Well from my experience all goods go hand in hand with the bad. In love you can't have a perfect form of "love", there would always be a time that it would hurt so bad that it turns your world upside down. Its a matter how you handle the bad situation, learn from it and apply what you learn to make the love you have or will have work.

  9. ROMANCER OF LIFE profile image65
    ROMANCER OF LIFEposted 8 years ago

    OMG.... Kurant82 just went off on this question. I gotta say.... I do not disagree with his answer. But it got me laughing my @$$ off right now.

    Here's a tip: Keep your heart in a safe place. Behind the wall you build is fine! Lol.

    I fell inlove.... after all those hot guys trying to break my wall down for years.... I always refused to let them in. It cost me a lot of relationships, but I believe everything happens for a reason.
    Then out of the blue... this short, bald, swat man, with a lot of muscles, came in and took that wall down... like bat out of hell. I couldn't believe it. WE had this strong connection, like I never felt in my life and the walls came falling down. He was actually the first guy that I had a lot of things in common with. But oh... he had some powers on me. I was like a little bitch and so was he. Lol. We both fell hard and inlove, but at the time we both still belonged to someone else. He was going through a divorce, so was I. So... the timing wasn't right. We both went our seperate ways. His divorce finalized and at the last minute my husband decided he no longer wanted to divorce me. I thought at the time that it was a chicken ass move and that it was selfish of him because he knew that I had met someone else that I really had feelings for. Plus he knows that my family comes first, so he knew that I would try to fix things with him. Two years later... things are better in the marriage, he's really trying to be a better father and husband but I still miss the guy who I felt was my true love. Everything happens for a reason I believe.

    Love is good when it's good, without it.... it's an empty dreadful feeling.

  10. psychicesmeralda profile image61
    psychicesmeraldaposted 8 years ago

    Love is an emotion that makes you feel complete it makes you feel alive! like I always say love is an euphoria and when it begins to slip away it creates feelings of fear,anxiety,and depression and that is why it hurts so bad when love is gone you feel alone and depressed but there is light to all this in getting love back and keeping it its knowing how to attract his/her interest and keeping the flame growing instead of dwindling out and alot of us without knowing can snuff out the flame. So if you are going through these emotions in your relationship and need answers now sign up and get 3 free min. love reading I will tell you what he/she is thinking and true intentions and give you the direction to keep love when you find it!

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  11. Visual Hobbyist profile image60
    Visual Hobbyistposted 8 years ago

    Without the bad, you wouldn't be able to experience the joys that come from love. I don't think that love would exist without consequences. And that's what makes it so special: when you have to fight for it and suffer for it, because then your effort makes the reward (relatively) so much greater.

  12. gmmurgirl profile image86
    gmmurgirlposted 7 years ago

    Don't love blindly...keep one eye open (reality check), so it won't hurt sooo bad in the end. That's how I do it, and it works!


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