Never loved anyone

Discussion in 'Family, Friends and Relationships' started by Mortem, Jan 14, 2008.

  1. Mortem

    Mortem Well-Known Member

    I've never loved anyone, and definately not myself.

    Anyone who can relate?
  2. An Angel in Black

    An Angel in Black Well-Known Member

    yes...i at this point in my life i feel as if my father doesnt love me, but i have no girlfriend, and it appears i probably wont, as im not the most attractive cookie in the box. im pretty much on my own right now, ive never known what true love was, although i want to.
  3. Blackness

    Blackness Guest

    What is love?
    I'm unaware of such a term...
  4. bleach

    bleach Well-Known Member

    Yeah, come to think of it I haven't either. I don't know if i even believe in it.

    Well... I guess I do believe in self love. There are certainly people out there that are in love with themselves. I'm just not one of them.
  5. Mortem

    Mortem Well-Known Member

    Well, at least I wasn't the only one, just had to check. :smile:

    Out of all the thousands of people I've encountered during my 26 years I've never managed to "fall for" or become attached to anyone. Had a bit of a crisis about it 5 years ago, which literally drove me insane - I mean, you hear so much about that love thing and sex thing everywhere, certainly in media. It seems to be so fantastic (and also disastrous, but the overall opinion seems to be positive). I've probably got a number of unattended mental conditions. One of them might be some sort of empathy disorder which I think could be culprit.
    At some point I gave up and realized I'm fine without it :rolleyes:

    Angel in Black - For what it's worth; even if you're not the most attractive cookie there's always equivalent female cookies. I hope you can find the one for you :smile:
    Sorry to hear about your father, did you guys have a fight over something?

    Another thing I just came to think about was back in highschool when we had this personality test. The question was - do you like yourself? I was the only one who said no, and as far as I know everyone in that class has a relation now. Most of them have families of their own actually. Maybe that 'no' marked the difference... I dunno.
  6. SadDude87

    SadDude87 Well-Known Member

    I love my brother. And I used to 'fall in love' with girls, or atleast become infatuated with them! Haven't had that feeling for about 5 years and it is all but a distant memory.

    So I only have ever really loved one person, my bro. Definitely love him more than I love myself
  7. Shogun

    Shogun Well-Known Member

    I don't know whether I've ever been in love. Everyone always tells me that when you fall in love you will know about it, so I guess I haven't yet.
  8. cupiononesse

    cupiononesse Active Member

    It's not worth it.

    Anyone who says "better to have loved and lost" has never truly loved.

    I have been in love, genuinely in love. It's never enough. Girls especially overuse the word. "I love you" translates to one of the following:

    I'm scared of being alone because I'm too weak to face life.
    I sort of fancy you.
    You actually piss me off quite a lot.
    I haven't had sex in 2 days and am unused to this.
    You're sweet.
    I love the idea of dating a singer in a band.
    I love shoes.
    At least fifteen robot monkeys.

    As you can see, love turns you into a bitter loner posting overlong and boring rants on internet forums. AVOID!

    The passion of real true love inevitably destroys a relationship. You're better going with the flat panda-cola variety that results in marriage. Mmm that's some inoffensive yet warm soft drink. Congrats on avoiding it all so far. Keep it up and you have a shot at happiness.
  9. Petal

    Petal SF dreamer Staff Alumni SF Supporter

    yes i feel the same:sad:
  10. Pioneer

    Pioneer Well-Known Member

    *raises hand*

    Man its hard to change.:tongue:
  11. Mortem

    Mortem Well-Known Member

    Yesterday I was chatting with this woman who'd been married for 30 years - I guess that'd count as the panda-cola variety. She wasn't too positive about it tho. Not making any point or anything, just figured I'd mention it since it popped up so conveniently.

    Thanks :smile: