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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by SaggyWoman, Aug 23, 2007.
Is it really better to have loved and lost than to have never had loved at all?
There was someone I loved very much and she broke it off. Had I been able to "fortell" and knowt he outcome, I would have rather not loved at all
Uhh, I am waiting to be the subject of love rather than having unrequited love.... but oh well such is life:laugh:
Had I been able to "foretell" I wouldn't have loved at all either. This doesn't count my wife, whom I love dearly.
My high school girlfriend and I were doing wonderful for over a year and she suddenly became sick. She began acting..I'll skip it all. Just like her mother, it just came on one day. A year after we broke up, she was in a mental institution for about a year due to a suicide attempt.
She is bipolar, and showed absolutely no signs of it earlier. IN high school., she got great grades, worked part-time, and remained pretty level. She was popular. We still love one another, but it's NOT a romantic love. I check up on her every few years. She is doing wonderful, been married for 7 yrs, and has a great job.
My wife agreed that I would always ensure she is taken care of, and if /when we are all old, she would be in a nursing home with us.
I think so, 100%
i think it is definitely better to have loved.
I loved my father dearly, and when he died I was so sad. I miss him still, but I am so glad I had him in my life. THere are others too that I have loved and do love. Sometimes love hurts.
TatorTot, you always manage to give a whole discourse in just a few words. You are, of course, correct. Sometime love hurts......but it's worth it.
Love is better spent
with a spouse who loves you too
than kept to yourself
how cool (or shall I say...haiku)