Depression given up on dating
They just move on to the next relationship or what appears sometimes to just be another “victim” of failed love. Why can’t they see the value of the person they are with or the relationship they are in?
And to those who have been seriously hurt, is it possible to be so damaged emotionally that you actually can't love again?Maybe that's why some people stay so busy and never take a minute to slow down, because if they did it would mean getting honest about what's missing in their life and that would be too painful, so it's off to another busy activity to avoid getting real.The other day I was talking to a man who has gone through a series of unsuccessful relationships and he actually used the word “DONE” when he was describing how he felt just before ending a relationship.Lacking these skills leaves one with a diminished ability to both give love and receive it.
We live in a fast-paced culture and the result is we want everything to come as a quick delivery.
How ironic, our culture is always drawn to watch great love stories but are we are often too cowardly to write ourselves into the script. Do you have the courage to open your heart and really love, or are you too damaged, wounded or narcissistic to love again?