Dude20792 saidAfter my experience with my ex bf, I realized all the love I gave was literally smashed and throwed n the garbage. So to keep a healthy and happy relationship you just should keep a distance from him always, because I realized if you fall deeply in love with someone, you get too attached and if you ever lose that person you can end up in depression.
What do you guys think?
Have any of you went through something similar and ur love at the end wasn't appreciated.
I'm starting to think love is just a game where one loves more than the other one and you get to a point where you both bore each other.
I was one of these individuals. My ex definitely did not appreciate me, but whatever it's worth, I couldn't appreciate him either. I definitely though felt screwed in the end, even after giving it my all and bearing my heart and soul. He was my second serious relationship I had with a guy. Perhaps I was a bit naive into thinking we could be close for the rest of our life, especially when we started to see more and more of each other. I think we're both good people at heart but we're just not meant to be together-- not as friends and especially not as lovers.
Singledom isn't so bad though.
It's a lot easier to manage than having to have someone who is inept.
Still, my advice would be to not give up hope.
True love exists but like a seed, it takes time, patience, and energy. It also requires mutual efforts on the part of both lovers. Personally, I think the best kinds of relationships are those which start off as friendships. Psychologists may disagree with that in parts saying it stifles one's progress of actually obtaining romantic connection but I remain firmly adamant on this-- if a person cannot be your friend, they most likely cannot be your lover. I'm sure there are exceptions, as with everything else too, but this is something I personally don't see happening any other way. If a person cannot understand, accept, and appreciate/embrace all these sides of me, I doubt they can really be a lover in the truest sense of the word.