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angelicsmiles angelicsmiles 31-35, F 21 Answers Jun 3 in Dating & Relationships

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i find it very relieving (most of the times).

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Till the time me don't take myself for granted, all's well. Rest doesn't matter.

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When everything is expected from you and nothing is given in return.

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Absolutely. Except empty words perhaps, lol. Those are cheap to give.

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Yes, those are worthless.

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When you're not appreciated

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You just know.

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I never think that any more. It's bad for my soul, I am glad that I am taken for granted and not someone else.

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At the time you normally don't .Its only after doing what ever you are doing and you have time to stop and think about it that you realise you have been taken for granted .

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When you get least/no hike and others get enough :)<br />
When you say something and the person on other side says, oh...we wil see to this issue once we are done with others :)

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no response ..

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When you are not listened to.

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When you FEEL it.

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They'll make you wait...they'll always have their excuses... hmmm..I just feel it. Personally..I'd usually have the "how we used to be" thoughts.

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well if now one care about you

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When the other person is happy all the time while you're feeling miserable

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You don't know till you find someone who doesn't take you for granted then you know the difference

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I think you are right.

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I didn't know I took my kids mother for granted til she was gone now I know to treasure what I have while I have it

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Thats the sad bit. People always realise too late or after something extreme happens.

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I kick myself for it everyday if I could turn back the hands of time I would but I messed up and I've accepted my fate but it still hurts

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When you expect them to expect it of you

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