Break someone's heart or have your heart broken?

Philippines
February 6, 2009 11:49am CST
I have my heart broken for a few times and have break someone's heart a few times. I don't like my heart getting broken and so breaking someone's heart. But I got to admit that I'd rather break someone's heart than my heart gets broken. It hurts so bad that I couldn't barely do my work properly that it bothers me a lot. I know how that is cause I felt it before and it was terrible. I don't want to experience the same heart broken feeling, however I also know that, sometimes we have to experience it to learn from it. But I wonder would you rather be heart broken, or break someonelse's?
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• India
6 Feb 09
I must say I don't wonder. I mean how can you even imagine that you can get your heart broken and save someone else form feeling the same thing?
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• United States
6 Feb 09
My heart has been broken so often that it's still in pieces, glued back together and not so strong these days. I would rather it happen to me than do it to someone else, though. But I'm avoiding those situations from now on, it's just not worth it anymore. I'm happier this way!
• Philippines
6 Feb 09
Hmmm.. I guess your question leaves a lot of people utterly confused. My answer would rather be ironic, but I'd rather be heartbroken than to break someone's heart. I've experienced both, although I've been brokenhearted 4 times more than I've broken someone's heart. It was less devastating, but the guilt it caused took much longer to get over than the pain of getting hurt by someone else. One thing I've learned, it's easier to forgive others than to forgive yourself.^^ Happy lotting.
• United States
6 Feb 09
There has been only one time when I felt like my heart had been broken. I was in love with a guy friend of mine and he told me he loved my other friend. I was absolutely crushed. This wasn't just a school girl crush. This was 3 years of being good friends and me slowly falling for him. Other than that I think I may have broken 2 hearts, possibly 3.