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Friday, November 02, 2007

Can you truly be over someone...

If you can still become jealous over them? I have said it before but it still haunts me: Sometimes you realize that you are just not over something or someone. The problem lies in having that feeling for more than one thing. Oh well, recognition of the stresser is the first step to making sure you can handle it. Even if it leads to painful text messages.

3 comments:

Mike B. said...

Same issue coming up for me after seeing an ex's myspace page. I believe you can be "over" somone, but still want to...send hurtful emails reminding said person they are a dirty cheating std-incubating skank.

PS. Im over her, but that dont mean she aint a f* _ _ _ _.

Swiffer Sweet V said...

1. If you never have to see them or interact with them this can create the illusion you are over them. When you finally have an unavoidable or unplanned encounter, you could realize your not over them.
2. You may truly be over someone but still get jealous due to the being terrotorial.
From experience, relationships past or new are complicated.

Crankyputz said...

some people you don't get over, and they can stop your heart twenty five years later...

But then you spend some time with them, trying to rekindle the old flame and realise that what your feeling is just a memory from the past....

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