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QUESTION: What's the biggest relationship mistake you've ever made, and how did you fix it?

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  1. We were dating for 3 years, and I slapped her once... Apologized like no tomorrow. Awkward for a little while, but then it became ok

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    1. Intense. I'd leave if any guy did that to me. Kudos to her for forgiving. You be good to her now, you hear?

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    2. I bet you are brown

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    3. Woah, care to elaborate?

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  2. Got too interested, too quickly. Was texting him all of the time and always wanted to see him. Scared him off *very* fast. Learned my lesson, though so that's what's important.

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    1. You sound like my ex. If you guys got together, you'd get along well.

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  3. Stayed in the relationship way too long. The biggest favor he did for me the whole time we dated was cheating on me. Finally woke up.

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    1. Staying in a bad relationship was definitely my worst mistake ever. Fixed by breaking up FINALLY and being so much happier now.

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  4. Accidentally tried to go in the wrong hole during drunk sex in the dark. Didn't recover from that mistake. The relationship was pretty much over anyways, only thing I missed was the sex.

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    1. Yea i did that once, accidentally put it in the vagina.

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  5. Did the same thing as 3 and 3a (stayed in an unhappy relationship too long- we just weren't right for each other). Breaking up did both of us a favour.

    But I'd say my actual biggest mistake was trusting and dating someone I shouldn't have. There were warning signs right from the beginning but I chose to ignore them. I wasted too much money and time on that guy.

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  6. i let crazy stick his dick in me.

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    1. what dick don't you let in?

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  7. I wouldn't say it was a mistake per-say, but if I had just a taste of the life that my ex-girlfriend led as a sufferer of both depression and anxiety, I probably would have re-considered the decision on dating and moving in with her for a year while we went to school. She was a smart, quirky and overall great girl, but she just had too many skeletons in the closet and WAY too much baggage. At times, I felt more like I was her Dad than a boyfriend. Yeah, thanks but no thanks.

    OTOH, I learned how to cook, save cash, take care of a cat, be responsible for myself and her and how to be a leader and master, thanks to her. That and the sex was good.

    In all honesty, I'd say it was more of a learning experience than a mistake. Aren't all mistakes learning experiences?

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    1. Oh, and how were things fixed? Simple, I broke up with her after the school year was over. After a while, I found that I had slowly gotten fed up and angry with her, and I didn't like that one bit. I hated the fact that I was getting angry with her but I also didn't like the fact that I was falling out of love with her. This, of course, made me feel like crap because I didn't know how to tell her that I wanted to end things since I didn't know how she would react. It took me until the end of the term to finally come clean with her. If I had ended things with her during the school term, she would have either dropped out or failed her classes. No contest.

      Breaking up with her, while tough, will probably go down as one of the top 5 best life decisions that I have ever made.

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    2. Why do so many people have stupid fucking cats? Especially students.

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  8. Stayed in an unhappy relationship for too long. We reached a point where we were barely talking to each other but neither of us did anything about it for a very long time.

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