Discussion in 'The Coffee House' started by absolution, Apr 12, 2010.
which is harder???
I've never hated anyone. But loving is hard, I'd imagine it's harder.
I think loving is harder because you need effort to keep it going, whereas with hate you don't (usually).
I think its harder to hate someone especially when you love them. You want so badly to hate them so you dont care but you do care.
No... Closest I've gotten is jealousy or anger, I suppose.
whats your secret?
Love is harder. Hate can be one way. One of the facets of love is hoping for a return on your "investment". If it's not returned, Love is a terrible burden.
I'm not sure. I can forgive everyone but me.
loving someone ..... by far.
They say in order to truly hate someone, at one time you had to have loved them. So, love is harder to keep going because you have to look the other way when they hurt you and sometimes giving/loving is one-sided.
hating someone must be the hardest, because hatred is destructive and must be controlled. unless it's me i hate
Loving someone.Its even harder of they dont love back
Loving someone. Maintaining a loving relationship takes patience, empathy, generosity, leaving yourself vulnerable and sometimes more sacrifice than you ever knew you could be capable of. Hate comes naturally for most people.
Loving someone is much much harder. Especially after a long period of time, because initial crush is gone.
love is more difficult, in my opinion, because there is so much risk, so much at stake, so much to lose.
if you hate, your heart cannot be broken further, if you love, you are open and waiting, for the inevitable heartbreak.
everything has a shelf life, just my own experience. life feels more free, more easy, for me if i don't love,
yet it is so amazing to me, when i do allow myself to love.
always, the double-edged sword..............
I live on hatred. It is both my nourishment and my drug.
Hate is a wasted emotion, but love and hate are the opposite ends of the same pole, you cannot help loving someone so neither is easier as they come naturally.
loving someone, because they don't always love you back...