Why or why not?
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Most Helpful Guy
A break up is a break up. I had 1 in debt. Im in a new relationship. She knew about this debt from 8 years ago. She did effort but i wanted her to save more. She was complaining such and such. when I've raised up the amount she said loves she sure we'll be together. Said that i dont want to help her yet she knew i was going to pay for greencard not for her debt. Last time was June 29th. She said shell contact me on July 31 never did after she said i love you your alena. When i tormented about her debt she knew and shouldve. Handle it beforehand as i explained to her so no i don't regret eventhough she put efforts. But coming in a relationship with a debt that you knew is a regret because debts can ruin relationships. Make a person have other opportunities out there. That goes for both sexes.0
Most Helpful Girl
Not yet. Sometimes we have nothing in common or vastly different core values, sometimes I'm completely unattracted to the guy, for a year and 1/2 I was struggling with my self-worth, life goals, and depression. I think I made the right choice when it came to breakups and rejections (even w/ guys I wanted to be with). It wouldn't have been right to start up relationships at a point where I was so full of self-hate (if I'm completely honest) or when I didn't feel the same way about those guys.
I'm only 19 so I may still meet "that one that got away" lol0