Men, do you ever get over your ex who you loved so deeply and was about to marry ?
and if you marry someone else does that mean you love them as much ?
It depends on how you define "getting over". If it means moving on with your life or finding someone who actually wants to be with you....etc The answer is YES!
Naturally there are those we love who leave foot prints on our hearts. However the lessons we learn from those failred relationships can prepare us a better relationship in the future. The first rule of thumb is to accept it's over. The next thing is to realize your life is NOT over. Lastly you have to keep things in perspective.
In order for someone to have been "the one" they have to see you as being "the one". Clearly if you aren't together it wasn't meant to be. Time heals the wound but a scar remains.
As for the new woman a man marries and possibly has kids with... Most likely he will love her differently but more deeply over time.
Stuff like that happens all the time. A lot of time, you might still have some remaining feeling for each other or more feeling towards each other then your current partner. My friend Sam and her ex Emma for example, broke up due to a misunderstanding, because Sam thought Emma fall out of love with him and left. Emma ended up dating and married to another guy. When, they realized the misunderstanding Emma is already married. They still got feelings for each other, but it is too late, plus, despite the fact they still love each other, Emma's husband is also a nice guy and although Emma love Sam more, she also love her husband. The two of them decided never to meet again and go their seperate ways and now Sam is also married. But we all know, if both Emma and Sam's marriage failed, due to some form of reason and learn of each other's failed marriage, they would probably give their relationship another shot.
by seriousnuts 6 months ago
Marry the one you love or the one who loves you?Would you rather marry the person you love but does not love you as much OR marry someone you don't love but is head over heels on you?
by danielthorne 8 years ago
Heave you ever been deeply in love? and what did it feel like?
by Barine Sambaris 6 years ago
Would you rather get married to the one you love or the one who loves you?In a relationship who should love more, you or your partner? Which makes a better relationship?
by samantha23 8 years ago
If you have loved someone with all your heart and soul truely madly and deeply but still you...have me dumped or your emotions played with, please give me a hand on how you overcome it and remove that love from your heart and head with the Help of God!! thanks for your help.
by IDONO 6 years ago
If your wife or husband died, would you ever marry again?I've been lucky enough never to be faced with this, but many have.
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Have you ever told a person that you loved him/her and you didn't meant it?
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