I wouldn't. The love I lost is nothing compared to the love I have found since!
Turn back time.
when you end any relationship look at what you have learnt and make yourself a better person and sometimes they are not the one for you and you have to accept this and move on and even if you love them they may not feel the same, when you young you think your first love will last forever then as you get older you find more challenges in a relationship and its all down to hard work and if you put in the work you will get what you want out of a relationship, its hard when you put in the hard work and then you discover the other person was playing you! not nice and life and love can be so confusing so you must learn to love and respect yourself then life is much easier to deal with and always do the right thing!! that way you can always hold your head high take care x
Thats good sound advice but I let my guard down at 51yrs old This lesson has taught me nothing but heartache Seems like it would be easier to shake at my age but I guess its harder for me because in all my years Ive never experience heartache or rejection in a relationship I dont wish this hurt for anyone its tough...
The best head I ever gave!
you know i really wished i could get my lost love back but i have no idea where she lives i just know she lives in georgia somewhere
yeah its amazing isnt it? - after 15 years and you still think about them - it really says alot about what kind of person they are
Im sorry my answer made u sad. Im always sad if u read my stories u will see why So I decided to loosen up a little and hopefully get a few laughs and make someone else smile I guess it backfired :(
Honestly I think about it everyday and I believe if its meant he will come back to me...pressure can sometimes cause negative results Like push him either further away...
the lost love was lost for a reason. Sort out what happened, be honest in that assesment..that will help you to move on. You can't change yesterday, but you can learn from it.
The loose change in my pocket.
Plenty of fish, my friend.