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  • The problem is that they’re too concerned with their own feelings to care that they hurt you, but one day it will haunt them. They may never admit it, but everything comes full circle.

    Jeff Bornick December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • You know what, heartbreak and loss are part of life. Everybody goes through it. And nobody, NOBODY should feel trapped in an unhappy relationship because of someone elses emotional and mental instability to have so much codependance that they lose sight of their own value! And continually use emotional and mental tactics to keep them where they no longer want to be! If you love someone, get humble enough to understand that there may be better for them out there. Quit wallowing in self pity and victimizing yourself. Your life will too move on and eventually you will find better for you. Why would you want to be with someone who doesnt love you in the best way possible anyways? I broke up with someone and carried emotional guilt for too fucking long before I realized that it too was emotional abuse. You know whos responsible for your well being? You!!! It is up to you to take care of yourself, heal and allow someone to be themselves and end a relationship without all this guilt shame bullshit. You do not own a person. I repeat, YOU CANNOT OWN A PERSON!! People are allowed to break up with you! They are allowed to move on when they want however they want. This is called being an adult. If youre hurt, seek some supports. And leave your ex alone!! Also this begs the question; what part of you is not working properly to even be involved with someone you see as so bad? If you are a woman reading this feeling guilt because some guy used so much guilt and shame to control you, this is your permission to ignore bullshit like this… Emotional abuse is NOT okay and it is PERFECTLY fine to walk away from an unhealthy relationship REGARDLESS of how much they claim it will “destroy them”!!!

    Jessica Nelson December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • They are sub-human. They are lacking qualities that would make them wholesome and valuable. They are Narcissist, Sociopaths, and Greedy Mentally Challenged Mutations of what a real human being should be.

    Angi Marie December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • Leaving people, not loving someone back, doing things for yourself even if it means hurting someone- DOES NOT make you a bad person. I’ve been left, I’ve had someone not love me back, I’ve been the one who left and didn’t love someone back and I’ve learned that growing up and maturing is learning that just because someone hurts you, even destroys you, doesn’t mean they’re a bad person.

    Alexsis Latoski December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • I’ve been stalked. From his point of view he loved me and wanted to be with me and I destroyed his life by escaping. From my point of view he destroyed mine by trying to trap me. “Destroying someone emotionally” is open to interpretation… and honestly. Some people deserve it

    Nerine Viljoen December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • it really depends of if it was on purpose or by accident, even the best of people can hurt someone without meaning too. But for those who do it on purpose they usually lack empathy and are focused on themselves.

    Jacquelyn S Lee December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • Any comments talking about people that hurt others being sub-human, narcissistic, or having anti-social personality disorder need to stop. First, a VERY SMALL part of the entire world population actually have these disorders. One or two traits on some internet checklist does not give anyone any right to ‘diagnose’ these disorders. I have written several papers and spent countless hours researching these issues, i have degrees, and i still cant diagnose these disorders. The problem is, i think a lot of people are more comfortable saying that the reason their ex dumped them or cheated on them and hurt them was because the ex was mentally ill (antisocial personality disorder, narcissistic personality disorder). Some people as just selfish. Some people are not good. Some people will hurt you and drag you through the mud and that is terrible. But that doesnt mean they have either of these disorders. Please, stop reading articles off of the internet that tell you what makes a person a narcissist. They are misleading you, i promise.

    Second, calling someone sub human? Really? For emotionally destroying someone? Emotional destruction comes in many forms, for many different reasons. I have been hurt many times, heart ripped out, and never have i thought that these men are sub human. Confused, yes. Not saints? Absolutely. But we are all human. My advice is to feel the pain. Go through it. Dont avoid it. And when you come out of it, you will be a better person. It will hurt like hell. But growth is never comfortable.

    And truly, unless people actually have these disorders…i promise you, they arent ‘ok’ with emotionally destroying anyone. They make act unphased, but the hurt and pain is there.

    Amber Shaw December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • Hmm, not if it wasn’t malicious.Unfortunately, I emotionally ‘destroyed’ someone when I left a relationship, but we were unhappy and it unresolvable. However kind you try to be during those times, it still stings like a bitch. He was devastated at the time, but is now happily married. I don’t find it hard to sleep at night. Why would you stay with someone you don’t love anymore. That’s not helping anybody. I’ve also been emotionally destroyed, but I’ve forgiven. Life has lessons, and we can choose to either learn or dissolve into a well of regret.

    Claire Robbin December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • Sadly, most of the people who do this are so self-absorbed (usually clinically narcissistic) that they’re totally unaware. I know the man who shredded my soul was.

    Cindy Roberson Burrill December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • They can only walk around with no remorse, no conscience & no morality for so long, eventually that walking pile of shit falls apart.

    Matt Engel December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • Never allow yourself to remain at the end of someone’s destruction. I know it is hard to achieve but, after the storm has passed, pick up all of the debris (the pieces of you) and rebuild yourself. You can do it but more than that you SHOULD do it because in the midst of all of the insanity you have to remember that you are worth fixing. You are worth fighting for and you are worth letting that monster, that caused you so much pain, go. And if you can, the ultimate freedom and love that you can give to yourself is forgiving the person that broke you because you won’t remain broken, you’ll be whole again.

    It is a hard road to follow but if you persevere and know your own worth then you can do it.
    And that is key, know your worth because then you will set parameters for what is acceptable and unacceptable to you and that will translate to the people who come into your life.

    Peace and courage to those that are travelling that road this very moment. Don’t stop.

    Dee Kaur December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • Not okay. You never feel okay after breaking someone’s heart. Sometimes the best decisions that we can make for ourselves will inevitably hurt the other person no matter how we go about it. Breaking someone else’s heart has felt worse than getting my own broken because my actions put them into the same spot I have felt many times, my feelings for them didn’t change, but I knew it wouldn’t work out for me even if I did like them a lot; every day and night it crosses my mind. The important thing is to know you did the right thing and forgive yourself above all in hopes that one day that other person will come to forgive you as well. We can’t control someboy else’s reaction, we can only control our own.

    Matthew Calhoun II December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • They have no conscience unfortunately. They are of the opinion that they are entitled to behave this way. No one can put up with that treatment forever. You have to walk away to save yourself, even if they are family. If they apologise and stop treating you like that, there is hope, but my experience is that the worst bullies are the biggest cowards!

    Lynne Foote December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • Cant stand it. I liked my co-worker, But at the same time, I dont accept people who laugh at others when they leave the room, no matter the imperfection they may have!

    Ricky Smith December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • I’m not ok and I know I broke her and it’s the worst feeling ever I hardly sleep or eat. I’m losing my sanity and almost lost my job. I wish I could fix it but I can’t I’ve been trying so hard the past few months but she has moved on and has become either engaged or married one of the two. I always hear you can’t live with regret but this will eat away at me for the rest of my life. Just gotta suck it up hide it and move on

    Michael V. Gutierrez Jr. December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • No one knows what they do to someone. It’s hard to define how hurt someone is unless you’re the hurt one. I’d like to think people don’t do this knowing how broken someone will be. I’ve been broken, lots. But if someone isn’t in it then you can’t make them love you. There is always someone else down the road. Things happen for a reason and their always ok 🙂

    Sherri Miller December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • Why would anyone not want to experience a few heartbreaks, how can you build that strength of purpose, how can you learn to live again, how can you understand that life is not all roses if you never had a heartbreak? There will always be misfortunes, it’s up to you to let it break or make you…

    Chike Ilonuba December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • My last relationship lasted 3 years..she was the love of my life, we were married after 2 years, then 10 months later I came home from work to a note that basically just said “bye”, with her ring on the note. No explanation. This was 4 years ago, and I’m still having a problem with it. Was an emotional basket case for a long time, and don’t think I’ll ever get over it. Thank god I had my job to keep me sane. Hard to trust after that.

    Bill Seither Sr. December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • This may be true, but one of human’s natures is to hurt others, whether it is intentional or not, so you can’t really put everyone in the same boat.

    Shironatsu Yoroi December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • Some times they dont even know they are… just ignorant to other persons emotional being and too selfish to even see what they are really doing… its sad

    Jess Rowen December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • Truth is they are not ok. They lack self love within themselves.
    Those who love themselves would not dream of harming another. To think they are ok is delusional and keeping yrself in fear n victim mode.
    Believing that belief is also Giving the other your personal power and allowing them of your power. You are only responsible for your emotions and reactions which you choose to feel. To say you have no control, over your emotions would mean you believe to be a programmed robot and not a human with the freedom of choice. We create our own feelings and emotions. If you choose to feel/be powerless, that is your right and choice to do so.

    However, I strongly suggest taking your power back! Take control of the situation, let them go! Find reasons to be grateful, move forward, create a new focus, and a new goal!
    Heal you, love you.

    Judy LeGrand December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • They lie to themselves, they lie to others. The more they lie or tell the lie they gradually start to believe it… And the lie justify their sycophantic, psychopathic and narcissistic approach to life. What they don’t realise is that the truth can destroy their whole life …. But there is a universal law…… “Do not do unto others what you do not want others to do unto you”… This forms part in every religion, faith and philosophic movement….. You can only play god for so long….. But when God start to show you who the real McCoy is…..good luck…. The Mexican proverb resound… “They tried to bury us. They didn’t know we are seeds”. I do feel strongly about this matter. Hope I didn’t bore you with my objective regarding your post.

    Rudi Lubbe December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • If they fall into the narcissistic personality disorder type they don’t have the gene that allows them to feel which means they’re just an empty vessel. Stay away run as fast as you can don’t look back and enjoy the rest of your life without that toxicity in it. Love you. I have a lot of experience in this if you ever need somebody to talk to you got my number.

    Pamela Minor December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • Sociopaths.
    But not all who have hurt live their lives without feeling regret. Not all are “Ok”; some are human, in the sense that they seek forgiveness, or carry remorse..
    We have to be caring, and considerate enough to forgive we when can.
    Sometimes, living with the fact that you’ve hurt can cause more emotional damage than the initial damage had done.

    Tyler John PrudHomme December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply
  • I have a family member that treats his parents like crap. Treats us all like crap. I’ve put my foot down to it. Some of my family just lets him act that way and they just keep doing for him even thou he won’t do for them. It breaks my heart to see the pain he causes them. And he just doesn’t care.

    Rachel Ellenbecker December 14, 2016 10:30 pm Reply

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