Is setting someone free means you love him/her?

Australia
August 13, 2006 1:36am CST
fighing for your feelings to someone for me is what i called love...but if he is not happy with me,il give him the freedom he wants.it hurts but seeing him happy with it will satisfy my heart.
6 responses
@squallming (1776)
• Malaysia
28 Mar 13
Sometimes a relationship just don't seem to work. If you have done all the possible things to save the relationship, yet to no result. It is wise for you to let the person go. Give the relationship a rest. If the two of you really meant to be together, you will definitely able to work things out and stay together. Letting one go in a relationship can be a loving move especially when you don't want any party to hurt further.
@1alyssa (758)
• United States
28 Sep 06
i don't think so at all i love my exboyfriend so much and we have been trying to work things out but i think i am just going to leave it the way it is because i know that if we were ever going to get back together i would just worry about him leaving again so i am going to let him go and make a life with out me
@amiksinha (1961)
• India
28 Sep 06
good feeing of u.. i appreciate
@ssh123 (31096)
• India
14 Aug 06
To love some one is God. To be loved is devine. You are not to give freedom to anyone. Everybody has the freedom to do what they want. It is blessed one who have their loved one with them intact through and through.
@ebberts (786)
• United States
13 Aug 06
Love is a two way street and someone who really loves you wants you to be happy as well. You shouldn't have to fight for the feeling of being loved. If you are the only one in the relationship that is working at it, it leads to resentment. If its freedom he wants he may say he loves you but is it in the right way he should. You deserved to give love and get the same in return. Talk to him. Good Luck.
• Malaysia
13 Aug 06
If you love someone let him go If he comes back to you, he's yours Love cannot be forced, it will definitely wither under tremendous pressure Not easy to be satisfied just to see him happy but better than having a reluctant lover