To Hold on or to Let Go?

@mich_23 (121)
Philippines
February 15, 2008 1:43pm CST
If you have a troubled relationship, do you hold on to it or do you let it go?
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8 responses
@kykidd (6819)
• United States
15 Feb 08
Only you know the answer to that question. You will know if it is right, and if you have to hold on. You both will know. You will be emotionally torn if you let go and find out that it wasn't the right thing to do.
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@quawertz (781)
• Philippines
18 Feb 08
I give it a second chance but if all efforts are made and it still wouldn't work, I guess I have to give it up. It is better that way not letting yourself grow because your stuck in a troubled relationship.
• Philippines
17 Feb 08
Well,I'll try to fix the trouble but if it can't be fixed,I'll accept that some things are not meant to be so I have to let go of them.
16 Feb 08
Hi interesting topic, first I would try and resolve any problems and would hold on to something if they is hope, but alas, sometimes it has to be to let go. To make any relationship work it has to be give and take, and effort on both sides is needed. This isn't always the case some are givers some are takers I'm a giver and I'll give as much as I can to make something work. tc
• Philippines
16 Feb 08
I guess it depends on what troubled your relationship. If it's really worth fighting for then go ahead but if not there's no reason to hold on.
@ESKARENA1 (18299)
15 Feb 08
It has been said that i am the patron saint of lost causes, I will hang on when all life has long since gone. I have never ended a relationship but should have done on many different occasions. I supose I should learn to let go blessed be
• United States
15 Feb 08
trash is not meant to be kept. It has a place to be put and then someone who picks it up. If a relationship is not going well for me. I do aways with it I only have one life to live and it's value is priceless. So there is never going to be me settling for the worst possible relationship just to have a man in my bed. No way my friend
@jillbeth (2711)
• United States
15 Feb 08
I guess it depends on what the trouble is, whether you think it can be dealt with, and whether you even care to deal with it! The opposite of love isn't hate, it's indifference. Love and hate are both very strong emotions. You may love the person you are with but hate what he/she is doing! I had a brief first marriage; I chose to end it when I decided that I just really didn't care anymore!