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Idoagree Idoagree 41-45 13 Answers Nov 25, 2012 in Singledom

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Anyone can recover from a bad relationship if they're willing too. If they intend to be the victim and never move past that part of their life, there's no potential. Also, hopefully, they've learned from their mistakes...

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They can recover but you can not save them. They have to do it on their own. When they are healed yes I think they are good possiblities. :)

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Only if they learn from it. <br />
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If they keep making the same mistakes then no.

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I don't want to be around weak men

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And that should be the attitude for all of us

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everyone has baggage. Its who you decide to unpack that baggage with thats important. :-)

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Time heals all wounds.

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Please go to the "EP excess baggage" area at the end of the terminal. Plenty there.

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What if they werent bruised. What if they had worshipped a woman for 20 years they believed to be their soulmate and were destroyed when she cast them aside like a piece of old chewing gum like I was. I don't know if I'll ever recover.

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I hear you on that one. A decade later, and I'm doing pretty well. You'll probably never "get over it" but you'll almost certainly recover.

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You only get to love with an unbroken heart one time. After that every new love has some scars to contend with, but also can benefit from the experiences learned in the school of life.

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Most can learn to trust again in time, and finally let down their guard. Others are terrified of being vulnerable ever again and have built impenetrable walls; be they visible or not. Whether they talk about their ex or not, tread cautiously if you sense they assume you will be like "the others"

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Ooh. Good advice for all genders. If you start getting lumped in with "the others" it may be time to run for the hills.

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