What would you do if your significant other found another?

@laydee (12814)
Philippines
October 6, 2009 12:33am CST
What lengths would you do to win them back? I can't imagine planning out or thinking about such, because I'm afraid really of him deciding to find someone else. I know it's out of my control, but it sure would hurt a lot. I guess I'd do my best, to the point of humiliating myself just to get him back. But when I've gone through my fill, I think it's time for me to just let them be. It's sad really, but what would you do if you were in that situation?
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@dpk262006 (56217)
• Delhi, India
6 Oct 09
Hi dear! I have full faith on my better half and she also has full faith in me, therefore, I find it unlikely scenario where she would go for someone else, besides me. We are happily married and I think day by day our relations are strengthening.
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@laydee (12814)
• Philippines
15 Sep 12
That's great! Full faith is something that gives peace to any relationship. I pray that the strong of your marriage would forever be bonded like that. And for everyone else. Thanks for the response, have a great mylot experience ahead!
@dpk262006 (56217)
• Delhi, India
17 Sep 12
laydee - the response was written 3 years ago and I could proudly say that today also my response is same. Many thanks for your wishes.
@syankee525 (6294)
• United States
6 Oct 09
well i would be very hurt for sure. most people would. but if she wanted to be with someone else and came right out and told me i would wish her the best and move on with my life. i wouldnt fight for her, i did have some ask me why, it's because if she really wanted me she wouldnt have gone looking for someone else.
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@laydee (12814)
• Philippines
15 Sep 12
There're points in your response that indeed is true. Once a person decides to love another, I doubt we could do anything for that to change, most especially when one decides to tell you face-to-face without hesitations. I guess I would like to fight for that love, but if the love was lost (or wasn't there in the first place) I think that battle has already been lost. I think I would probably just be really sad and hope for the best. Not to mention, I sure would pray a lot for the pain to go away. Thanks for the thoughts, indeed it's sad. I hope we all would never need to go through that type of pain. Have a great mylot experience ahead!
@aceduave (61)
6 Oct 09
That's a tough question. For I now, I can say I would do the same but would it still be when you yourself is already in to that scenario? I mean, tings would be different right? Because we are to act right at our age. We might perceive differently. But for now, if I love her so, why would I give up when there might be any chance of getting her back?
@laydee (12814)
• Philippines
15 Sep 12
It's sad that this scenario is happening to my friend right now (three years after the discussion was started). She's doing her best to get him back, but she's gone through a lot of humiliation and I think he's not worth getting back. He had the nerve of choosing the other girl in front of everyone else in the same company they're all working in (wife, husband, and homewrecker). I don't know about the situation now, but probably she's never getting him back. He just said that he doesn't love her anymore and didn't love her eversince - talking like that after 2 kids! The nerve! Thanks for the response, have a great mylot experience ahead!