Love and death...

  • Get a FREE Bullet with Orders $59+

Love and death...

misterazor misterazor
have you ever loved someone (been in a romantic relationship) who died? and, how long did it take for you to recover...if you have?
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
have lost someone
5  (15%)
never happened to me
22  (65%)
happened to someone i know
7  (21%)
Total votes: 34
Poll is closed
01/12/2013
  • Buy 1 Toy, Get 1 FREE
  • Save 20% on Luxury Toys
  • Add Some Buzz To Your Favourite Toy & Save 60% On Kit
  • Pick Any 2 E-Stim Toys, Get 60% Off A Kit
  • Stock Up On Gifts! Save 80%. Limited Quantity
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
All promotions
EmuLove EmuLove
A man I knew was 40 with a wife and 2 young children (8-10 years old). He died of kidney cancer very quickly. He lived a perfectly healthy life then BAM! It was a great loss but now he will always be able to watch over his family and protect them.
01/12/2013
wwwww wwwww
I've never had that happen and don't know anyone who has experienced this. The closest thing I can think of was when a close friend of one of my parents was the victim of a homicide. They were pretty good buddies for a few years and them all of a sudden she was killed one night. It was a very traumatic event that took years to recover from.
01/12/2013
Cat E. Cat E.
Thankfully that has never happened to me.
01/12/2013
chantalgiardina chantalgiardina
Quote:
Originally posted by misterazor
have you ever loved someone (been in a romantic relationship) who died? and, how long did it take for you to recover...if you have?
hasn't happened to me yet
01/12/2013
TheirPet TheirPet
Hasn't happened to me yet but it has to someone I know.
01/12/2013
bayosgirl bayosgirl
It hasn't happened to me.
01/12/2013
Trysexual Trysexual
Hasn't happened to me.
01/12/2013
married with children married with children
I have had friends die, but never a girlfriend. I hope I dont have to ever go through that with my wife either, at least not for a very long time.
01/12/2013
Falsepast Falsepast
No hope it never happens
01/12/2013
Rod Ronald Rod Ronald
I have lost plenty of people over the years. It's never easy.
01/13/2013
Taylor Taylor
My boyfriend that I dated when I was 19-20 died in an accident. I've dated since then, but I think it does make it more difficult to me to attatch to people
01/13/2013
giftdgecko giftdgecko
Quote:
Originally posted by misterazor
have you ever loved someone (been in a romantic relationship) who died? and, how long did it take for you to recover...if you have?
never happened to me, sorry
01/13/2013
CaseyDeuce CaseyDeuce
A guy I dated in high school died about 6 months after we broke up. I still think about him to this day, and that was 14 years ago. I think back that if I didn't break up with him, he would have been with me that day and not going where he was going. I think its something that will be with me forever, and that I'll never ever be over it, but will always get a little better at dealing with it, if that makes sense.
01/13/2013
ViVix ViVix
Quote:
Originally posted by misterazor
have you ever loved someone (been in a romantic relationship) who died? and, how long did it take for you to recover...if you have?
It hasn't happened to me, but I don't think people recover. It seems like they just push forward because they aren't sure what else to do.
01/13/2013
RonLee RonLee
My spouse, it's been 940 days.
Even though we had a "difficult" marriage, I will always be haunted by what I could have or should have done differently.
01/13/2013
Bleu Bleu
Hasn't happened and I hope it never happens.
01/13/2013
Gone (LD29) Gone (LD29)
I've never had a partner pass away while we were together. My first boyfriend died in a car crash seven years after we broke up, but we were still on good terms and saw each other occasionally. It still screws with my head a bit that someone I was intimate with is no longer with us.

My parents had been together for 26 years when my dad died after a lengthy illness. My mom passed away suddenly and unexpectedly 4 months later. There was a legitimate medical reason she died (pulmonary embolism), but a lot of us around her feel like she died of a broken heart. It's sad, but it happens.

My grandmother, on the other hand, lived another 26 years after my grandfather died. I won't say she completely got over it, but she carried on and lived life to the fullest.
01/13/2013
Inkkythesquid Inkkythesquid
It's Happened To Somebody I Used To Know. She Lost Her Boyfriend To Suicide.
01/13/2013
Real or memorex Real or memorex
It has never happened to me, but please accept my condolences if you are dealing with this right now. I'm very sorry for your loss.
01/13/2013
Total posts: 20
Unique posters: 20