“If you love something let it go, if it comes back to you then it’s yours.” Why give a second chance if you know things will probably repeat themselves? Is it that you just had enough faith in that person to believe that they have changed? Is it that you wanted to believe the love was still there? Is it just comfortable to just go back to the old love because you’re tired of searching for new love? What is it? Yes I am asking the public, what is it?
Let’s break down each question according to my opinion and we will go ask you folks what you think it is!
Is it that you had enough faith in that person to believe that they have changed? Hmmm. Maybe you loved them so much and you knew that they wouldn’t dare try to go backwards and repeat the same things over again. Maybe you tried to suck up all the little stuff that still annoyed you but as people get older they progress right? What if both parties have not grown and only one has? When is it okay for you to approach this issue? Especially since you don’t want history to repeat itself? What if you decided to just keep your thoughts to yourself so you won’t begin the trend of history repeating itself? What if the other party was just itching for it to go back to the old days? It was too good to be true. You just couldn’t be happy with the way things were. You had to find something to mess it up. So what does that mean? They never wanted it in the first place? It kind of just happened? If you didn’t want it and if you didn’t need it then why allow things to progress? Hmmm.
Is it that you wanted to believe the love was still there?
What if it is still there? What if it never really left, you just couldn’t handle the thought of wondering when it could go back to the way it once was? A HOT MESS! You couldn’t get passed the thought of wondering if that person could be different second time around. Is that enough to go on and progress together? The question of when will continue to pop up. When will this person decide to start treating me like crap? When will all the arguing start to happen? When will they no longer be happy with me and start looking for the next male or female? When will we stop communicating? When? When? When?
Is it just comfortable to just go back to the old love because you’re tired of searching for new love?
Oh man this is major moves right here! So many people do this and for all the wrong reasons. Not because they love this person but exactly what it says, because you’re tired of searching for new love. It’s comfortable. You put so much into a relationship for it not to work out. What if it were so serious and the thoughts of having babies and wedding bells were brought up? Then life happens and it fizzles out. These things no longer matter. What do you want to do? You just go back to the old because it is what you know? Or is it because you knew that this is where you should’ve been in the first place? You weren’t happy about something when you first left so why would you go back all over again? Again we go back to the first question. Jeez a constant circle.
What is your opinion about going back to an old beau? Do you think it’s something that should be forbidden because at the end of the day there’s someone for everyone? Would it be worth all of your energy to try and forget about everything that happened in the past and try again? Would it succeed? What should be the initial conversation when you do decide to start dating again? Should there be a conversation or should you just go with the flow?
Topic is up for discussion.
Nadie La La