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"We got together, We broke up."
Never the same anymore.

It's such a joke - This Phrase.

I question: Why, in the first place?
I can never get it.

To me, a good ending to a relationship is one that ends on a good note, one that you know you have given it your best, your all regardless of the ending which may come. You both know that you may break up one day but you enjoyed each other's presence still. You both have enjoyed the times spent together & the reason why you broke up is not because you have hurt each other or saying 'not compatible' as an excuse.

Yes, you ought to only feel sad because you have given it your all - That's why you get hurt the most. Why can't you end on a right and maybe, nice note?

After all, if you were serious in that relationship, you would feel something for the other party.

Imagine this, you guys let's say see each other in school or on the streets, won't you say HI at least? HELLO! That person infront of you - He or she is the one you WOULD HAVE shared your life to, shared joys and sorrows. Maybe, your soul mate (Like all couples would say & should be!) On a more intimate note, he or she may be the one you gave your first kiss to. So many moments together, more than just a memory for two. . . And you can say YOU 2 PARTED ON A SOUR NOTE?!!

My 2 cents worth, if you can't get over the fact that you have poured your life out and break up in the end, then don't anyhow get into a relationship. Seek for that Mr or Miss RIGHT first before doing so. And, think of the consequences your actions bring.

But, always end on a good note, not a sour note.
If possible, that is...

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