85% of relationships fail

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Meet, fall in love, think this person has made you the happiest you could be then hit reality and breakup then repeat.
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Where does the 85% figure come from? :confused:
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just straight-up fabricating figures are we
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That's a very big assumption to make OP seems like you're biased perhaps maybe due to your own personal experiences with relationships?
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What is your source for 85%
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well that's clearly a lie...
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100% of threads which have titles like this are complete horse****
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‘It’s better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all’
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So you're telling me there's still a chance?
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Failed relationships aren't necessarily a bad thing. They're a learning experience.
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But in the end most people find someone who is right for them, after the failed relationships
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The three stages:

1. You're perfect. Don't change.
2. You need to change.
3. You've changed.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Meet, fall in love, think this person has made you the happiest you could be then hit reality and breakup then repeat.
agree 1000000000%%%% PRSOM
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Meet, fall in love, think this person has made you the happiest you could be then hit reality and breakup then repeat.
Back it up and give us a source or everyone will think the reason you are hiding behind anonymous is because you are making it up.

You sound a little sad and embittered. A relationship doesnt always mean you fall in love. I think 6 relationships before finding nirvana is pretty good. Is the aim of your post to give us all encouragement because you made it?
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Bitter, bitter, bitter
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Honestly you can use this in response to 50% of the anon threads on this forum with 100% accuracy
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Jeez calm down eceryone?!

I read it in an article from a psychologist and marriage counsellor about young relationships.

PP who said that it’s still worth the experience that’s what the author said.
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I’ve been in love twice and sadly it hasn’t lasted beyond 3 years but I know it will one day.
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But I can’t get into one in the first place so I’m not affected 👀
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(Original post by syrian.زب)
agree 1000000000%%%% PRSOM
Yup!
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(Original post by Pigster)
The three stages:

1. You're perfect. Don't change.
2. You need to change.
3. You've changed.
Pretty accurate

The honeymoon stage for me lasts about a year
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