Why do people always decide to come back when you finally decide to let go?
it seems like when you beg someone to stay and your heart is throbbing and you can barely breath they just walk away like nothing happened...and then when you decide you can finally stop hurting so much and let go, that's when they come back.
This is because only after you decide to let go do they realize that your really care for them. This happened with me. When my wife left me I allowed her to go with very little resistance. Now she comes back sometimes as a good friend.
by bturn12 7 years ago
Why do guys act like nothing happened between you and him?
by Lisa 5 years ago
Have you ever cheated on someone?I've never cheated but I've been cheated on (twice) and I was wondering, for those who are willing to share, why did you cheat? Or, if you were the one cheated on, do you know why they did it?
by Eddy2106 8 years ago
Why did we finally decide to pull our troops out of Iraq?
by awoodog 7 years ago
Why can't we let the past go?If you look at all the conflict in the world, alot is based on long past history. For the most part people fighting today had nothing to do with past wrongs, so why cant we let the past go and find new frienship rather then hatred?
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by FreezeFrame34 20 months ago
Would you let your teenager get a prom house at the beach with friends? Why or why not?I live in an area where after prom, teenagers sleep over (co-ed) in a house that an adult rents out for them. I don't condone this and think it's a bad idea. Am I just old school or being cautious? What are your...
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