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Low self esteem. They think they can't do better or think that things will change which they never do1
Low self esteem. They think they can't do better or think that things will change which they never do
it's not hard if you know what's good for you.
it's hard if you're trying to fight your own feelings.
Breaking off a bad relationship means
1. admitting failure,
2. enduring the trauma of the break up,
3. being alone, and
4. starting over.
Breaking up blows.
Because you can't admit to yourself that you made a mistake and that you only fixate on the good times and you convince yourself he'll change but he never will.
Because most people are afraid to be alone.
Because to some a bad relationship is better than none when they are used to them being around. It's hard to accept sometimes that your hand is better than trading too much drama for pussy.
We don't like to admit we made a mistake. This is pretty much hardwired into the human psyche.
I think because we feel sorry that the other person will not find anyone else. But there's so many other reasons to this.
You created a new identity with this person in your life. The more time you spent with this person, the more memories you created and the more you invested into the relationship. It's difficult to break off both good and bad relationships.
Cuz you keep hoping it will get better.
It won't. :)
U love the idea of the good things in this relationship, even if they are only in ur head. You will work on it hoping things change.
Eventually u will get tired and realize its not the way u wish it to be, hopefully it won't be too late by then.
it is as hard as you want it to be..
It's hard cause this is someone we really love and we have
problems letting go of them.
because nobody likes to feel as if they failes
because you're scared... who knows why people hang on hoping...
Cuz no wants to do the dating thing again
It's hard because we want to fight for something that may come out of the struggle
Change in general seems to be hard for some people
it's a sense of security your losing
because you remember the good days, when you first met and everything was nice.. why that all went away.. usually due to jealous, and controlling
I think we keep thinking it will get better it will change or the very few good moment will happen more often we don't want to be alone we're afraid that if we give up we're giving up on everything we've invested our time into we're afraid that this is as goodbye as it gets even though we know that isn't true we convince ourselfs it will get better it's a rough patch we make every excuse possible denial before we accept