Why do we hurt the ones we love?
January 3, 2008 11:23am CST
It happens to me all the time. Maybe it happens to you too. If it doesn't, you're lucky and the ones you love are even luckier. We always end up by hurting the people we love the best, the ones closest to our hearts, the ones who mean the most in our lives. Why is that and what can we do about it?
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4 Jan 08
I guess, subconsciously, we basically rely on the fact that our loved ones will always be there regardless of whether you hurt them or not. The tie that binds you really is thicker than water – bloodline. Having this in mind, we are assured in so many ways that they will take you for who you are because the bloodline is enough to stick you together, unlike with friends. Our relationship with friends are well taken cared of because the tie that binds you is basically the kind of interaction you have made (established) which does not in a way reassure of eternal bond, unless you have been bossom friends. :)
4 Jan 08
I think we can't never do anything about it. People who hurt the other person so much, may not have been in true love ever or may have expected much beyond possible. When that is not fulfilled, he hurts you so much. Nowadays I have seen most of those people are cheat and they just fake that they are in love.
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3 Jan 08
We do not fear losing them. We so how feel that just because there is a personal concection, they will always love us no matter what we do. WRONG! No one likes to tolerate bad behavior; and everyone has limits. Just remember, loved ones are a lot less likely to forgive since the hurt is many times worse.