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What Did You Learn From Your Last Relationship?

Every relationship is a learning experience. When a relationship ends you should take time to figure out what went wrong and reflect back to what your contribution to the demise of the relationship was.

What could you have done differently? What lessons did you learn or will you take into the next relationship?

For me I think I should have spoken up more. If something was bothering me I held it in and never said a word out of frustration. In the end my partner ended up taking advantage of me.

I no longer do that and I can tell that it has made a difference.

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I NEVA LEFT

so post it now make i see sumthing

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I think it should be extended to the entire humanity.

You never know who might "fu-ck your Bottom" (it's an italian say) as soon as you turn around.

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Don't date jobless guys.

Don't date a guy whose fear for your mother is greater than his love for you.

Don't date a guy with a small head and a big mouth.

Don't date a (fake) religious fanatic

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Never trust a guy 100%

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I learnt love is a two way thing, you should alway learn to give as much as you expect from your patner. I learnt this the hard way, i used to be very selfish until a lady that knows how to take care of him batter took him away. I am now a better person, and happily married.

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@ Babyboy26

I believe you responded to the wrong topic.

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Hello all,is it a crime to love your girlfiend/fincee so dearly!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I learned that if it is too good to be true, it probably is

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I learnt that I should know the background info on my guy and not just what he tells me. Only until after the breakup did all my guy friends tell me, my guy was a player and is not serious, during the relationship they felt like it was none of their business,

I also learnt, that I'm stronger than I thought, shocking him and myself when I didn't tolerate the excuse of not being able to commit.

I also learnt that a drunken confession of 'I love you' might have just been one Hot man's way of getting you to 'ease up a bit'.

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What does intelligence matter if he is a bullshitter.

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i learnt that canine style is what rocks my clit

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Girl,

Please please please believe me when that ONE comes along you will let it go and you wont even realize you did.

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Ah what i mean is to never be slack, imagine your partner cheating on you in your presence, someone you plan to hold on with coz she was a vir, but you discovered she was dis-vir in the midst of people who are like friend with you. what a disgrace it was for me that day , for that reason i said i will not let anyone have such thing across me one more time.

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@StephenP -

That is kind of what I was saying (about confronting issues).

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I am good at calling people out when they cross the line. but I like to cross the line and see how far cross it i can get before they call me out.

That was until i met my husband. Funny thing is now that i think about i have not push any boundaries with him. I am not as subborn as I have been in the past and I am diff. not playing that independent woman role.

I think it is because of the type of man he is. He acknowledged up front that I am independent and that he knows I can do it on my own but that he wants to help me and compliment me. I just let him in, in a way i have never done before. Wow i guess my friends are right, I have changed.

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To remain focus and trust myself and also have to be straight forward and use my opportunities when ever it comes.

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i learned that lesson a long time ago never let it slide. Esp. if they are like me. I like to test my limits and if you let it slide this time i will try it again then again but each time i will push the limit just a little bit more

You have to be firm with your limits and not let them get away with it the first time.

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I probably in love too hard and too soon and I refused to confront issues, I thought it was best to let it slide.

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But at least you now know your fault. Work on it

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@onyinye -

Yes, being too independent and strong was another thing I had a problem with.

I wanted to prove that I needed no one, so I guess he assumed that he didn't need to be there for me for anything, which led to my greater frustrations.

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took the words right outta my mouth

DTA

dont trust anybody

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Well in a sense i learned that i can't be so stubborn. That is truly my biggest fault. I always want to have my way. And if i don't, then i just get this attitude. It is like ridiculous. I mean i know that i need to lighten up, but i just don't do it. Which in the end, i lost that relationship. I learned alot because i still reference all the silly and idiotic things i did. How i constantly wanted to prove how "strong" i was.  How freaking independent i am. How i don't need no one for anything. And in the end, i was weak. I learned alot from this relationship. And it makes me want to work on my stubborness because it has being getting me in trouble since i was little.

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you can't trust these at hoes at all

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believe not all the words from her mouth, they could be deceiving. Where you met determines how you're gonnA lose her.

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I learned that if it starts off as a jump off keep it a jump off. There was a reason why i started it that way and I should have never tried to turn that looser into a boyfriend.

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@timmfikk-

What do you mean by this?

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