That's very true and a strong distinction.
Thanks for mho❤
And being "desperate" is a issue? Doesn't that come natural when you love somebody?
@Chase7777 That is a fair point however why not go to therapy without the line in the sand of taking them back? Why not see how therapy goes. It shouldn't be binary.
So "I'd do anything legal and ethical to make it work if you will take me back"... isn't a good thing?
It's only a good thing if there are no promises made for said: "I'd do anything legal and ethical to make it work if you will take me back"
Should go something like this: "I'd do anything legal and ethical to try make it work in hopes of reconciliation"
What about if they actually had issues that require therapy but they refused to go to therapy back then because they weren't ready. In those cases that is a legit dealbreaker. A person can be really good but need to sort certain shit out before they can commit to someone in a healthy way.
@suzysuzy Exactly... and you don't want to always have to break up with someone to get them to do therapy, change, etc etc. Let's work this out or let's move on. Not let's break up... start singing the song "you don't what you got until it's gone and now I will do anything to get it back." That is desperation.
I agree. I think of there's a problem and you want to keep the relationship, boss up THEN, not later when the other has had enough.
Thanks for the MHO!
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Damn good answer.
Damn good answer.
auto correct is the bane of my existence, especially if i’m in a hurry. that answer was supposed to be in the kings English. lmao.
Which translates to 'you are still angry'.We do all live in the same global village, you know that, yes? Or not?
@soleil2666 Indifference =/= anger
@soleil2666 not caring anymore doesn't mean someone is still angry at an ex.Sometimes the relationship was just too exhausting that you don't feel anything towards it after the breakup, it feels like a burden off your chest.
@Syrian_survivor Pretty much
So you're all still hung up on old connections, eh? I guess that's the purpose of this forum.
@soleil2666 Are you illiterate or just intentionally dense?
It's really hard to ask someone to go to therapy for mistakes they made or both couples made together and agree to take them back , this was hard for me cause both of my ex-girlfriends had past history of mental illnesses.
I'm not, promise! This was a while ago.