This is a Private Opinion Only the asker and the opinion owner can view it. Learn more. I feel despite the fact it hurt to be broken up with , the humiliation of not being told anything is pretty low. I was never one to do that to a person and wouldn't want to go through it either. I chose another girl over her, I regret it everyday, we were close friends for so long, and I was too naive to see that she really cared about me.
A lot of factors come into play when considering whether or not a person is even capable of loving you - so many factors that, in the end, it all comes down to luck. Such windows are small, however, and are missed more often than not.
Love brings out the best and worst in people. But because we put so much on the line, open ourselves up and put great trust in another individual, when we feel threatened, we lash out with horrendous fervor.
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You need to accept how horrible you can be in order to realize how much it takes to avoid being that person. We then add a second layer to this reality by perceiving and interpreting what we perceive. Only then do we experience emotional responses - but not in response to reality itself, but in response to our interpretation of it. Feelings are the third, and furthest removed, layer that make up our personal reality. If we misperceive, misinterpret or misunderstand something then our emotions will reflect the errors we make, not what actually exists.
Most relationships fail because of just this - misinterpreting reality, drawing the wrong conclusions and then allowing our misleading emotions to get the better of us.
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I feel despite the fact it hurt to be broken up withthe humiliation of not being told anything is pretty low. I was never one to do that to a person and wouldn't want to go through it either. I chose another girl over her, I regret it everyday, we were close friends for so long, and I was too naive to see that she really cared about me. I chose momentary pleasure over a fulfilling relationship with someone who understood me.
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I told him that I didn't want to see him and told him not to call or text me again. He asked me why I felt that way and I told him and then he left me alone.
He never stop talking to me but I didn't respond after maybe like a years I text him back and we begin to talk again, etc. I would have been creeped out and blocked him, then changed my number.
We know each other for years and I ghost a lot so he know how I'm and I know him. I wasn't creeped out. It was kind of flattering in a ways. I would honestly be scared. Even if he never been agressive?
I would be a bit scared if he stalked me but he doesn't do it so. Are you angry?
Apr 22, Yes. Here's some background on me. I went to an all boys high school and was in general socially awkward when it came to interacting with people, and especially girls. During my time in high school I couldn't make any friends. Yes, I was acquainta. and what makes you disappear on someone without giving them an explanation? I've only ever completely disappeared on a couple guys that were being really creepy and felt bad but didn't know how else to handle it. never regretted it though, just felt a little bad. Well I regret getting broken up with, but how I'd approach this is a more self-focused decision: is this guy the best option for you right now? If no, don't bother. When someone dumps you, they usually do this because they think there's someone better. Therefore, if he was willing to put you on the bench, you should be willing to do the same.
I miss you. Why don't you come back?
Call me? Can't you even text me? I don't find it really creepy maybe a bit deseperate. There was a really sweet girl who was interested and she invited me to an invent which I agreed to go to.
Since ghosting has become part of the normal tendencies of dating nowadays, this question goes for those of you who have ghosted someone. Do you ever regret it? Do you ever think about the person you ghosted and wish you would've handled it differently? I'm also talking more about situations in which people ghost after multiple months of. Worst part was, my ex knew my feelings about this and once said to me, after knowing I had moved on to my wonderful boyfriend who treated me right, "I know how you feel about regret, you'll never regret me no matter what I did to you. And you always said you'd never take back loving someone, so you had to love me." He's just an ass.
I was in the "I'm not sure about this stage" and I let my insecurity, doubt and fear control me. I felt bad about that, it was lame, took me a long time to grow up and out of old childhood traumas.
So that was my mistake, really not being a man at the time.
I've only ever completely disappeared on a couple guys that were being really creepy and felt bad but didn't know how else to handle it.
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I asked this question a few weeks ago because I found out that a guy who ghosted on me did it because his friend told him he already screwed it up with me, so maybe he didn't really want to. That made me feel better about it but it is still a horrible thing to do. I have done it before but only if I only went out with a guy once or twice and we were not physical.
It has happened to me after I was seeing someone for a couple months or longer though. I didn't regret it because I was not into those guys at all, but I felt really bad about it. I wouldn't do it again now that I am older.
At the time I felt like he was just progressing too fast telling me all about his life and his parents passing away and one night he was drunk and telling me he was upset and how he wished I was there. When you start talking to someone who listens to your conversations, makes you and your relationship a priority and genuinely enjoys your company, you'll realize how much time you wasted with people who didn't do the same.
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You'll enjoy every bit of a healthy relationship, which will also in turn help you move on from the previous one. You'll try new activities, try new foods and visit new places. You'll be healthier. You'll see your friends more.
This time around, you'll find yourself opening up about old wounds but also finally feeling free enough to talk about your dreams. You'll spend hours lying in bed on Sunday morning having conversations. You'll find that talking becomes more intimate than anything else.