Moving on in a relationship is a grieving process. Sure the heartbroken will go through the same steps as the grieving process of a loved one. Therd is one extra step though... forgiving the lost lover and yourself because you don't want to bring that kind of baggage into a new relationship. I'm not saying that all relationships are bad but why punish the next person up to bat to win the affections of a heart? Why go for that rebound one night stand or relationship when you as the broken hearted has not forgave or accepted the loss?
You're absolutely right. Never ever enter a relationship if you're not totally ready to be in a relationship again Just always think that it will be unfair to the other party if you'll just using him/her to avoid any negative feeling caused by the previous relationship.
by The Troof 3 years ago
Break-Ups: Why does it hurt when you end a relationship?You meet this person, and they're everything you would imagine them to be. You go on date one, then date two, then after that, you basically see them everyday. Their touch, their smile, and their smell is all so familiar to you. Now, it's...
by Marikhell J. 4 years ago
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by lovelife08 6 years ago
Assuming we're talking about a younger couple, what would you think of a person's decision to start dating again only one or two months after their spouse dies as a result of illness, car accident, etc?
by Motown2Chitown 6 years ago
For those who have grieved (or are grieving) a major loss, when did you realize that anger was a huge part of the process and how did/do you handle that anger? Was/Is there a point when you were able to embrace and express the anger productively and move past it?
by Kevin Khamati 5 years ago
Can your best friend make a good girlfriend or is it wise to let her remain in the friend zone?
by Vickiw 5 years ago
I am a New Hubber and spending way too much time on all the fascinating aspects of finding out what is involved in writing for the big arena!I went through the different categories on the forum, and saw with some relief that although few, there have been really interesting discussions on death,...
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