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Posers and Puzzles

  1. 31 Jul '06 23:55
    opinions and comments..

    what do you do when someone you love upsets/hurts you?

    a) stop talking to them for a while
    b) have a discussion with them directly
    c) try to forget it
    d) other...
  2. Standard member Bowmann
    Non-Subscriber
    31 Jul '06 23:57
    d)

    But remember to eliminate all the evidence...
  3. 31 Jul '06 23:57
    wops.. sorry.. guess its not the right forum for this
  4. 31 Jul '06 23:58
    eliminate.. as in get rid or reduce..
    but how.. if not discussed openly..?
  5. Standard member Bowmann
    Non-Subscriber
    01 Aug '06 00:07
    Originally posted by jellyfish
    wops.. sorry.. guess its not the right forum for this
    Would you like to take advantage of my counselling services? They're free.


    This is not spam.
  6. 01 Aug '06 00:09
    is that some kind of joke that i dont understand
  7. Standard member IM4Y2NV
    Dadohalic
    01 Aug '06 00:51
    Originally posted by jellyfish
    opinions and comments..

    what do you do when someone you love upsets/hurts you?

    a) stop talking to them for a while
    b) have a discussion with them directly
    c) try to forget it
    d) other...
    b) Best solution for me. I have been married for 10 years and still going!
  8. 01 Aug '06 01:17
    oh wow thats pretty nice..

    we gotta work on that and try it thanks alot and all the best in your coming years..
  9. 01 Aug '06 01:18
    Originally posted by Bowmann
    d)

    But remember to eliminate all the evidence...
    But how do you get rid of the evidence after a suicide?
  10. Standard member ark13
    Enola Straight
    01 Aug '06 03:53 / 1 edit
    I'd advise method b. Just be sure not to get mad, and be willing to discuss the issue reasonably, even if the other person gets angry at you. The sucess of this will depend on the person and their tolerance, but at the very least you're showing that you care enough about them and your relationship to talk about it. Often people you try it on will get angry initially, but I've found that it's usually better in the long run. If they don't care enough about you to put up with you talking about it, then they don't deserve your love.

    If you think you can forget it, and the other member of the relationship seems to be willing to continue in a way that you're happy with, then maybe you should try that. But if you're hurt enough to be asking us about this, then I'd imagine that you won't be able to forget it and treat him or her the same way without talking about it. Plus, most loved ones expect honesty from you, even if it hurts them.
  11. Subscriber AThousandYoung
    It's about respect
    01 Aug '06 04:24
    Originally posted by jellyfish
    opinions and comments..

    what do you do when someone you love upsets/hurts you?

    a) stop talking to them for a while
    b) have a discussion with them directly
    c) try to forget it
    d) other...
    b)
  12. Standard member Alcra
    Lazy Sod
    01 Aug '06 08:10
    Originally posted by jellyfish
    opinions and comments..

    what do you do when someone you love upsets/hurts you?

    a) stop talking to them for a while
    b) have a discussion with them directly
    c) try to forget it
    d) other...
    a+b together makes it interesting....
  13. 01 Aug '06 12:42
    i just love what you said..

    words can really make things better (Y) thanks !