Wednesday, October 14, 2009

i want us...


zabriskiepoint

27 comments:

  1. wow. amen to that.

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  2. How do you say that to someone's face without sounding insincere?

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  3. This has never really worked for me.

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  4. It would be quite the thing if this was to magically work 100%

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  5. I wish but it never works out like that. Exes can rarely ever be *real* friends.

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  6. It's never the way though in the end really.

    www.loveandlifeinpictures.blogspot.com

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  7. It would be great to stay friends. I mean, there was a reason for getting together in the first place - 2 people liked to spend time together. However, in the end the anger, the sad and hurtful memories make the nice things seem less relevant. sadly

    K.

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  8. It will be an awkward moment together..

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  9. I know for sure that it works to be friend with an ex,
    the only question you have to ask yourself is if you want a life totally without that person?
    that was not even an option to me, and I'm more than grateful that we hang in there.
    Cause' now he is one of my nearest and closest friends.

    Peace / T

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  10. I don't understand why everything on Le Love is so negative lately. You used to post such beautiful, life and love affirming images and words, but the daily updates in recent history seem to be about nothing but heartbreak.

    If I'm to be perfectly honest, I feel like there's enough of that in the world, and I guess I just prefered this blog being the celebration of love :)

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  11. wow its such a touching and profound picture and message. Its beautiful and sad, and no offense to anonymous on top of me, but i mean in all ascpects love can be harsh as well not just pretty and pink so i feel LE LOVE keeps it realistic.

    http://www.moneasywardrobe.com

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  12. just my opinion. it can always go both ways. if your relationship was one that was built on mutual respect, trust and care for each other, i guess you can still be friends after. especially if it was properly talked about. but one will always have to sacrifice more than the other.

    but it is different if one mislead another to thinking the relationship was this or that. you can never really be friends with someone when at one point, you have lost your trust to this person. for doing such. it is difficult, even if it means losing this once a special person in your life.

    really, i think it is better to lose them than to pretend everything is back to the way it was.

    as for the comment of the previous person, it is ok regardless whether lelove posts sad or happy thoughts or ideas about love. one problem why we are always expecting too much or hoping too much in reality is because our idea of love is solely based on movies, songs, quotes and whatnot's about the "ideal" love. sometimes we need to have a dose of both. be real.

    a.

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  13. I kinda agree. I think the heartbreak posts are great for those feeling it, but too many and it gets me down. I love this blog, and it renews my faith in love. However, I do miss the upbeat posts about passionate, fiery, joyful, can't-get-enough-of-it love!

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  14. this makes me sad bc it's rarely happens xx

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  15. it worked for me. my last boyfriend and i are still friends after separating from a 3 year relationship. it's slightly awkward, not too bad though. i think it'll get better over time.

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  16. does that really exist?

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  17. we'll never be "just friends:" before, he was more than a friend; now, he's less than a friend to me.

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  18. i don't want to be friends because i don't want to say bye bye.

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  19. Once one of the people finds someone new, it gets really difficult. And I find it disrespectful when people hang out with an ex once involved with someone new. It's asking for trouble and it's sad because even if there is nothing shady going on between the exes, the new person still feels weird about it and comes off as insecure and jealous despite the fact that his/her feelings are completely founded. You're an ex for a reason, hanging out will most likely, in time, cause awkwardness or inappropriateness.

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  20. I remember a long time ago, telling my now husband, that if he ever had the feeling he was going to have regrets about us that he should end it that day. He never did.

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  21. If you started as friends, mature people can end as friends too. The problem is that emotions can get the best of us. The circumstances behind the breakup are important too.....

    love this blog by the way - just don't tell my homies.....

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  22. i want so too. it's just that he doesn't.

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  23. Very much appreciative cleaning is a important process actually.

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  24. i think i too am in a same condition

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