It’s a vicious cycle of hurt; you go out with someone and they end up betraying and hurting you. And then you find yourself in depression and sadness and hate the world and more so you have the attitude that every GUY or every GIRL is bad and will hurt you and not treat you right.
Which is the worst way to go. It’s far too easy to generalise and just say such to help you deal with the hurt so that you will try and avoid being hurt in the future. Male or female, people are people, one or the other is not worse than either.
There are good people and then there are not so good people. We need to stop generalising and assuming all men or all women are bad.
Learn from the experience and make sure the next person, whether it be male or female, that you let in your life you watch their actions closely and not their words. Actions speak louder than words so take notice from the start.
Usually right from the beginning the signs are all there to show us whether to proceed or not, yet our own judgement is clouded by emotions and feelings, remember chemistry does not guarantee compatibility.
Trust your closest friend’s opinions in times like this where you cannot see clearly.
Throughout life many people will let you down and hurt you, but you have to shift your focus from the constant question of why and how could they do this, to what did I learn from this? How did I become a better person through this? Without the bad times we would never appreciate the good times and we would never learn and grow, and if you are not growing then you may as well cease to exist.
Your mind set needs to change; with every experience you have in life, whether it be good or bad you need to be aware that every experience is a learning and self growing curve. So keep getting out there and experiencing and growing.