A girl's first love always has a place in her heart. This happens when she is young and she is likely to always have a special place no matter what. A lot of it has to do with "innocence" I guess. Maybe she might not be in love with him anymore but it is still sweet and cute.
A girl's last or current love is most special because she is with him now in the moment and is actively loving him. It might not have that same innocence to it, but she is involved with him so he has her heart.
But what about the people she loved in between her first and last. Will she still have a special place for them too or not really? Does it depend on the circumstances?
Versus relationships in adulthood might be better in many ways, it does not have that innocent vibe to it.
As adults you can look back and think "oh we were just kids" and you can't do the same with adult relationships. So I am thinking anything negative that happens in an adult relationship are a lot harder to be forgiven.
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There is no definitive answer. I don't have a shred of feelings left, nor do I ever reminisce about my ex's (except one), my first boyfriend included. I only move onto new relationships when I have closure in one way or another with my previous ones. It may not be a nice thought, but you aren't a significant person or memory to every person you've dated, and maybe everyone you've dated isn't special to you in any way, not anymore.0
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