the most truthful dialogue ever!!!

August 20th, 2008

Unfortunately, I can relate to this sceniro all to well…but I’m getting better ever day, so please be patience with me.

With that said, do you think any relationship could survive with that type of direct communication that has no hurtful intentions to them?

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  • 1. Lovely!  |  August 20th, 2008 at 12:05 PM

    I loved that video!
    I would prefer a relationship with pure honesty, personally I operate better that way. At least then there would be no room for second guessing and confusion. However, I really don’t think most people are ready for that type of direct communication. Being that honest and open makes you vulnerable in a way that many people aren’t willing to do

  • 2. fatos  |  August 20th, 2008 at 1:50 PM

    wow. i’ve seen the video some weeks ago now, but i haven’t thought about it that way.
    maybe because i didn’t find it realistic.
    i think it lies in our nature not to open up completely like in the video because we might be affraid to get hurt even more, emotionally.

  • 3. faShionistA ThiNker  |  August 20th, 2008 at 9:53 PM

    All i have to say is WOW… Boy do i know how that feels.. Hooray for Honesty!!

  • 4. Carol Ann A.  |  August 23rd, 2008 at 3:04 AM

    Yeah…not gonna lie, I’ve been that girl before.

  • 5. DG135I  |  August 25th, 2008 at 8:42 PM

    I am living that relationship right now. My Ex Boyfriend broke up with me about a 1 1/2 ago due to our relationship getting “too complicated”. The funny thing is we are now the best of friends. We managed to stay close because of the honesty even though in the beginning it was so hard to be around him. The beautiful thing about this situation is that at first I felt hurt, confused and empty. Today, after getting to know him outside the “boyfriend” role, I know now I was too much woman for him. Meaning, I have many goals in life many by which I have accomplished. My Ex has zero goals and aspirations and I know now that being self motivated is an important asset I would want a partner to possess…Long story short, I have my shit together, he doesn’t. Not to sound cocky but I realized with this experience that I am too much for him. I would have never grown had we stayed together. This break up was a blessing in disguise because now I know that I am worth so much more than I was giving myself credit for during the relationship. Time and patience definitely heals all wounds.

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