I understand, thank you for your opinion. What about if a partner were stressed and you left them when they needed support? Would you regret it then?
I wouldn't leave someone when she needed support unless she was really treating me horribly, so it's a little hard for me to imagine that situation but I would think that if I ever did leave someone when she needed me for no good reason then I would feel badly about that and regret doing it.
I know what you mean but you can argue that stress can cause someone to be maybe more negative and argumentative due to emotions being all over the place
That's true. Stress can definitely make people more negative and argumentative. If I knew that's not how she normally is and that it's only a temporary thing due to the stress and isn't going to happen often, then I'd stick it out and try to help her through it even if it was annoying at the time.If she's like that most of the time though, then that would be different. I don't think anyone wants to be with someone that's negative and argumentative most of the time so if she was in a near constant state of stress and negativity over a long period of time, I'd eventually walk away from that and not regret it because I would feel that I'm apparently not able to help her get out of it and she's dragging me down so no one's benefiting from the relationship.
I get that but I feel nowadays people give up too easily and as soon as they hit a rough patch they bail
I do understand completely no one wants to be put under that in normal circumstances but the least you can do is try and talk to your partner to see if you can work through things and how the stress can be combatted per say rather than acting passive aggressive and then ending things
I agree with you that too many people bail out at the first sign of trouble. Any relationship, no matter how good, will occasionally have a rough patch so anyone that leaves as soon as things aren't perfect is going to have a very difficult time having a long term relationship. I guess some people are fine with that, but I think they're really missing out on a lot because a good, deep, long-lasting relationship is, at least in my mind, a wonderful thing.
It really is especially when the two partners can go through thick and thin and become stronger
How come it was the right thing to do? Also thank you for your opinion!!
I loved her, but i really did not like her
Ah ok thanks for responding! I’m sorry it didn’t work out
It was a long time ago, most of my exs are friends on facebook, but not her,
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