- Yes it's true69% (40)78% (29)73% (69)Vote
- No it is not true31% (18)22% (8)27% (26)Vote
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Didn't vote because it depends. Take this as analogy:
Ultimately, it's the same thing. It is just a matter of perception. People think that the person who didn't care has more power because he had nothing to lose while the other person who invested a lot will be severely upset because of misfortune. This is not true at all. That "don't care" person didn't lose anything? No. He lost an amazing partner. While that other person is in fact, fortunate to lose a jerk like him. Now this person can move on and invest in a better person who would really reciprocate in the relationship.
Okay, some people might say that "don't care" person had more power as he ended the relationship and the another was always vulnerable, but it's not always true either. It maybe true that the caring person ended it herself as she was done trying? And you cannot deny the fact that the caring person will certainly find another one while that "don't care" person has to change himself eventually in order to have a stabilised relationship.
So, who had the power? You already know at this point.3