Would you walk away?

United States
November 25, 2009 6:05pm CST
Ok I need to get your opinion on this, Let say you are dating this girl/guy and everything seems good in the beginning and yall live 1 or 2 hr away from each others. They are starting to make excuses about coming to see you and texting you and you love this person a lot but their main priority ain't you. Would you stay and bite the bullet and tough it out or would you leave because you feel like you are not that important to them?
2 responses
@Albert49 (13)
• United States
5 Dec 09
Sometimes people make harsh choices based on how they feel but some of the things we feel and think are not our own and is implanted by other, you can't always see it because of the close and trusting relationship you may have with that person but it can and will happen. what might seem untrue to u may indeed be the very truth that can keep u from making a bad choice, just because something seems like a lie doesn't mean that it is. If u really love someone then you should let that same love be your strength and your reason for holding on, true love endures all things because it's rooted in God and God is love.
• United States
5 Dec 09
and you the one who can talk, right???? About god right?? Ain't you the one who did me wrong? Lie to me. Make it seem like you was texting me but i was ignoring your texting right? but you didn't text me but you talk about god and I'M GOD CHILD. I listen to everything you told me. I trusted you but what did you do, mistreat my trust. So whatever you say for now on isn't nothing but lies. If you really did believe in god you wouldn't have done me like you did. You are a faker.
@jewels49 (1783)
• United States
26 Nov 09
I think I would talk to them first. Tell them what I was feeling and try to find out where their head is at. There may be a good explanation for their behavior, that has nothing to do with me but if I assume things instead of asking I'll never know. I also wouldn't bite the bullet and stick it out if I was told they were losing interest.