By loser - 09/05/2011 21:12 - United States
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Not all divorces are entirely centered around anger and hate, so not everyone is gonna RAGEQUIT and erase everything about the relationship to retaliate. For many people, its a time of life-altering, sorrow and heartbreak, and anger can be a secondary emotion. The fact remains(in the incidences I'm talking about), that there was a sincere love and intention to be together forever. Having that kind of feeling, and later admitting that you were wrong is a wretched feeling. So it makes sense to me that someone might want to hang onto those sorta things, because there were times of true happiness, and to be honest its better to remember bad relationships and grow from them, than to repress them and become bitter. Of course, not everyone is going to see it this way, and I don't know her situation. I guess it really just goes down to what flavor of icecream you prefer.
don't be an Ass 27... what if her parents divorced? it's hard for the whole family, not just the couple. she could have also gotten married at a younger age and then divorced not long after. she could also just be assuming that it's hard which it is. Or the picture is his/her daughter or even a random person she just made as her pic. 27 is a loser.
27- I look twelve? I'm 16, and no I've never been divorced and my parents haven't either (thankfully.) I have plenty of relatives that I have seen go through divorce. It can (and usually does) effect the whole family plus friends, and is not a very pleasant thing to deal with. The process of divorce is not fun. Just because I haven't been divorced doesn't mean I haven't seen what it can do to families and friends. thank you to the other people here that stuck up for me (: