Well, what's your opinion? Is it better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all?
Also, does this only apply to active love, when you're going out and are a recognised couple, or do crushes apply as well?
I agree with you. I have never been in an 'active relationship' but I have loved someone deeply. Because of the past attraction I had for this person, it was easy for me to develop a meaningful friendship and I haven't looked back ever since. I couldn't imagine not even liking a person for the fear of losing them. Live in the happiness of the moment, don't worry about the future.
Saging your own thread, nice.
When you say "active love", you mean mutual?
Well, I can't say I've truly loved.
I remember falling in love. What I thought was the perfect girl....nice, sweet, gorgeous.....I did what I've never done before, Everytime she was near my heart would pump louder and faster. When I thought about her, I was given strength to actually do things I couldn't.. In the end I was only rejected. Was it love for me though? I felt the pain....Does that count?
dont worry too much man. ull find the very best girl sooner or later.
I have had the rare experience to be never in love.
If you read the sentence above, it doesn't make any sense, not even being in love is never an experience. But either way that is true. Due to some factors, mostly my own fault i really never became interested with someone. I only imagine that liking someone must be great and all.
My only "relationship" lasted only 2/3 months, and it was.. beautiful.
I ended it, and I'm sure it was a correct decision, there were serious issues(and the long distance)... but still -considering my incurable loneliness- it was the most absurd thing I could ever do.
I've read your threads before mate.
Protip: Don't try so hard with love at your age. If it comes, it comes (happens when you least expect it). Otherwise, you should be enjoying yourself with mates and making the best of your childhood.
I once fell in love, around 9th grade (fresh XD). A few words to describe its plotline: Introduction: The Group "Grupito", First Contact: Old Lover's Letter, Discovery: Messenger Assault, ISS Sunrise, Cold December, Experiment, The Silence, The broken sky, Black July, The Blank Ending, Post Mortem ...
Let's bring this quite interesting thread to the top
I experienced love, something a bit like >>5 described, during my last year of High School. She - indirectly - gave me lots and lots of strength to do things I'd probably just have let go otherwise (like, say, my studies). Also, she managed to paralyse me by fear. Literally. My feelings overwhelmed me. It was really hard. I never was rejected as I never took my chances, so I can't say I 'lost' anything.
God damnit, no fucking love. Pump her and dump her. Hit it and quit it. I guarantee that 99.99999% of the people posting here are TOO YOUNG to be in a relationship. You should be HAVING FUN while you're young, not chained down to one bitch.
DID SOMEONE SAY OVER NINE THOUUUUUSAND?!?!
Not everyone shares your view of things. I'm not talking about rigid morale or stuff, but not everyone agrees with the "hit it and quit it" thing.
Hell, there even are birds who choose one companion and that's it for the rest of their lives. Cheap comparison but whatever.
I have had my crazy expriences with love. I guess you can say it is better to love than not at all. This is my little short and sweet story....
My last relationship was quite strange. I hooked up with a girl thats sort of been one of my best friends for about 5 years or so. We had alwas wanted to go out with each other. I must have asked her out a dozen times or so lol "pretty persistant". Well we were both scared to hook up because what if we broke up.....what would happen to our friendship. we were both aware of the risks or w/e after a long time she asked me to go out with her (really random).So we start dating and things are going well. Then we hit the new year and she started to act a little differnt. I dont really know what happen but to make a long story short she ended breaking up with me.
I think the whole process of falling inlove is something really precious. You treasure those small moments when you catch yourself falling and it becomes really fond memories.