Interesting question. How do you manage to put yourself into that situation? No offense, but most people I know that have ended up like this is because they live beyond their means. Your former partner, is possibly a leach or there were more underlying causes and the timing was coincidental or the final straw. It may be the reason for filing bankruptcy. People often have very strong feelings about this kind of thing. Some refuse to do it because of pride. I don't know what your circumstances were that led to filing bankruptcy. Was this something you could have avoided? Was the need to file due to irresponsible overspending rather than a situation beyond your control? Did you have other options but just wanted to take the easy way out? I'm not accusing... just trying to think of any possible underlying reasons which could cause somebody to be upset with you about filing. Only a very small percentage of BK's are filed by persons who live a lifestyle higher than they can afford. The most common reasons are job loss and serious illness or injury which result in overwhelming medical expenses. Being in financial distress often creates a division between spouses or intimate partners regardless of whether it results in bankruptcy or not. If a person is dating with a mind towards getting married then maybe s/he broke it off because when you marry someone their credit rating mingles with yours. S/he may not want your bankruptcy to affect future mortgages, loans, credit cards etc.
Yes it is normal. You are ending a relationsip with someone to whom you were once close to. It's "NORMAL" as long as you don't continue to cry yourself into a depression and obsess about him. Move on and be healthy! Why does the women cry if it's HER choice to break-up? Why would she consciously do something that made her sad? There comes a time when a person has to move on. It's sort of like this -- it makes a person sad to say goodbye -- but it makes a person even sadder to consider spending any more time with that partner. Sometimes you just have to do the sad thing, and move on, because it's the least sad option.
No, it is not OK to break up two people because of jealousy. Some people can get somewhat jealous, but put it aside and get on with life. Jealousy is a waste of energy and if a jealous person tries to break up a couple it usually backfires on them and make the jealous person look small in the eyes of others.
It can sometimes be normal, if you break up with them, sometimes it is very casually normal because they are stressed.If they broke up with you, they could just be doing this to set their mind off you and what is on your mind.. Try talking to them and setting them straight. They may listen to an ex or current spouse. Good luck on the problems! :) hope this helped.
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