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It is possible to truly love each other but break up. There are many possible reasons for it and it could be because of distance, different views/beliefs or because there have been too many arguments and as much as they would want to work through it, it's not healthy. No matter how hard they try, it just doesn't seem to work. It's pretty hard and I'm actually going through something like that right now
I know what that feels like. But you are pretty young, if this one doesn't work, you still have lots for opportunities.
Very true, I do have time for opportunities but it doesn't take away the fact that I can't really see myself without that person in my life. I always seem to be going back and giving us endless chances not really thinking about what would be best for me. I just felt like I wouldn't have many opportunities after this one but it may be because I just haven't thought about it
Everything takes time. You could feel that you will never find someone again, but there will be. If it really doesn't work out, don't force yourself.
Different objectives in life and personal beliefs are two reasons I can think of
Yea, that's the one i know. Like one wants marriage and kids while the other one doesn't want, or at least not yet.
I think it could be due to the fact that you are different stages in life. You can love each other but not be on the same page on certain things and it can cause issues.
They don't love each other or only one does
But what if they both do?
If they did they'd stay together. They only think they do
I'm a firm believer love conquers all. If they split they didn't love each other enough
Not always. Sometimes circumstances and timing are factors too.
I disagree. When true love is involved absolutely NOTHING stands in the way
Love is not enough when bad timing is in the way.
When true love is involved there's no such thing as "timing." That is a sign that they're not THE ONE.
Perhaps you watched too much Disney movies and confused reality with fantasy?
No I'm older and wiser
Older and wiser, yet not realizing the cruelity of reality?
I don't think you are. Love knows no bounds. When you start saying "I love her and she me but. . ." There are no "buts" with love. It's black or white you either do or you don't and if you do love her enough like you say you do then you'll make it work.
C'mon, son, it is not that simple. There are many gray areas in life and love alone wouldn't be enough even practicality hits.
I don't see shades of gray. Do you love her enough to make it work or not? Simple answer and no wrong answers
How would you able to make it work if she wants something in the near future while you are not ready to give it yet? Or at least far future in my case.
Then it means you don't love her enough to make sacrifices or she you. She isn't THE ONE
You sure you have been through relationships? Or at all?
Many I've learned a lot about love. So what was your answer that you did or didn't love her enough to make sacrifices
Simple, she wanted kids, housing and marriage in near future while I am not ready yet or it will take me a long time for it so better off let her go then wasting her time.
Exactly. She wasn't THE ONE for you
Neither of you were willing to make sacrifices or compromise
But we have feeling for each other and see each other a potential future partner. If we don't think we are the one, how would we have those feeling?
Look when you're in love with each other absolutely nothing will keep you apart. You both will do whatever it takes to stay together and that isn't happening. You neither love the other enough to do what it takes to stay together
But if your other half wants to settle down in a year or two but you are not ready for that until at least 5 years when you are ready financially and emotionally, that is going to be an issue. Letting go is beneficial for the other person's best interest, holding onto someone but wasting their time and youth is not love, its selfishness.
No. Love doesn't know time. What you're saying is "I don't love you enough to marry you now but in a couple of years maybe". That isn't love
Not true. Having kids is no longer about two people, it's the also about the life that you bring and the people around you that are affected by it. If the clock it ticking but you can't give her what she want, letting go is the way to go.
Nope I'm standing by what I said. I don't believe in this not now maybe later BS
You don't love her enough
Perhaps you have never been in a relationship much.
Much more than you
Look dude you asked a question I gave you the correct answer. I you don't like it that's not my problem. Good luck with your pipe dream
More than me, yet, you still can't tell the difference? It is not about whether or not the answer is what I want to hear, but you are confusing love and possession, and that is kind of selfish, since you can't provide what the girl wants, but you are not letting her go and wasting her youth.
Ok have fun with that
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