Is it right to stop the one you love from walking away?

Philippines
January 4, 2010 7:36am CST
even if you are not sure if you still love him / her?
7 responses
@arystine (1275)
• Philippines
5 Jan 10
I can relate to this question. I don't think there is a point to stop a loved one who wants to be free. To let him do what he want to do with his life and be happy. It doesn't matter if I love him so much and that I'll miss him so bad. If walking away will make him happy, then let it be. If you stop a person who wants to go, then it'll just make both of you miserable because you will deny that person the happiness that he feels he will have with the new journey he is about to take.
• United States
4 Jan 10
Of course it is NOT right to stop a loved one from walking away. Even if you still love them, they are clearly unhappy so you should let them go. Trying to hold on to something that isn't really yours is wrong. "If you love something, then set it free."
@Genericbe (1378)
• Philippines
4 Jan 10
I think if you are not sure of the person you have right now to be the person who you will be staying for lifetime. Better open chances by not stopping him from walking away. Unless you are sure of yourself that you really love that person like as you love yourself. Then, the right to stop him from walking away gives a valid justification. Than, pretending things to be happy in yourself if you are not really sure about him. It will just give pain for both of you at the end.
@B0leck (21)
• Romania
4 Jan 10
in a relationship are a lot of problems, but if both are speaking plainly all the problems may fly away.If you let him/her walking away your love to him/her is very big.So why to let someone you love to go away.Speak with him/her.
@ralphido (843)
• India
4 Jan 10
and whats the whole point of being with some one you don't want or need.. or is it just that you are still unsure about your feelings for that person..
@px_yeap (269)
• Malaysia
4 Jan 10
if you love her/him and he/she loves you back!...it is ok to stop her/him from leaving...because if you love her/him...you should be the one that can provide her/him the happiness she needs! being together loving each other is the greatest happiness! but she/him never thought of you as part of her/his happiness...then i probably will think it is best to let the one you love walk away! but it will be cruel to yourself!
• India
4 Jan 10
if the fault is yours, to make him/her to walkaway.. its better, u go behind him/her & apologize. but, if its not your fault, don,t go to bow