What will you do?
What will you do if you strongly fell in love with someone then realized that the person is already hooked with someone else. Will you quit and let gor or fight to win the person over?
If they are married or engaged, then I would let them go. If they are still single, then you could try to court them. Ultimately it is up to the other person. Show them how good of a partner you would make for them and how serious you are about them, and then let them decide. You should never fight to win someone. You simply end up in the middle of a stressful competitive triangle.
by nicomp really 3 weeks ago
Keep it going... Fight The Power!
by kallini2010 2 years ago
How do you understand the expression that the wise win before they fight?There are plenty of expressions about winning or losing, for example 1) "The war does not determine who is right. It only determines who is left", 2) "You can no more win a war than you can win an...
by Steven Escareno 7 years ago
Okay, here's a fun question that a coworker and I had a few years ago. Who could win in a fight if in theory these characters existed in the same universe? A Jedi Knight from Star Wars or Superman? Who do you pick would win in a fight and why?
by cosmicdust 6 years ago
What to do when he already wants out and not you?
by dayzeebee 9 years ago
We're Celebrating Singlehood this Valentine's Day! We're dancing and singing to the rhythm of single blessedness. LOL. Join us now and share with us the joy of being single or being married or engaged or separated or whatever during this day.Here goes,,,,the joy of being single on valentine's...
by CharlieNikhole 2 years ago
Is it normal to fight so much after only being married for a few months?Is it normal to fight so much after being married only a short time?Is it normal to question your marriage when it has just begun?and how do you save it from falling apart when there seems to be no hope?
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