Do you believe in right love at the wrong time?

Philippines
August 31, 2008 9:11pm CST
have you experience this kind of situation? How was it? Is there such thing as right love at the wrong time? I experience thi one. My boyfriend and I feel that the love we are sharing is right but my parents says that It is not the right time. When we can say that It is in the right time. Share your stories here.
4 responses
@slavezero (835)
• Philippines
1 Sep 08
maybe when you are too young. How old are you by the way? I think that right love at the wrong time is possible also to those who are committed/married and fall in love with somebody else. If you are committed and you fall inlove with someone else then you would most likely hear... right love at the wrong time.
@n30wing (4768)
• Philippines
1 Sep 08
I think it is true, I think when your really in love you think it's a right time, but it's a wrong time also... Like one that who wants to go abroad working,and here you are that your life is doing great here... You love each other, you continued the relationship still it did not work out she find someone there. Sometimes you just don't know what lies a head. God just have a reason. You think it was meant for you... Sometimes years passed by when things doesn't work out right for both of you. I believe that if it was really meant for you,it's really for you. Setting it free doesn't mean that you don't love the person. Right time is when you can handle everything in place. That your obligations and responsibilies you have done,when you think already is your own happiness. Have a nice morning!
• United States
1 Sep 08
I found the right love at the wrong time for two reasons: I met my husband when I was a teenager - we fell in love when I was only fifteen. As if that's not worrisome enough, we fell in love while he was dating my BEST friend. Talk about bad timing! It all worked out okay, but boy, what a nightmare to go through. And it's so hard, when you're young and in love, REALLY in love, to get others to take those feelings seriously.
• Canada
1 Sep 08
Sometimes you need to follow your parents advice, and other times you need to do what feels right for you. Now after reading your post I would say this is one of the instances where you need to do what feels right for you. Your parents may be justified in your fears depending on your age and a number of other factors that I have no clue about... but you really can't help who you love, and when the timing happens to happen. I think you need to express how important this person is to your parents so that they can better understand themselves... but don't think the timing is all wrong just because some one else tells you that it is.