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Author Topic: She threw up while riding at ferris wheel.

August 22, 2018, 09:35:25 AM
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smitty86


I knew my girlfriend is afraid of heights, but still I forced her to ride ferris wheel with me. I just wanted her to face her fears, but the idea was wrong. I even told her not to worry since I am with her. Yes, I was there but there was nothing I could do. She threw up and I felt so guilty. Right after that, she got sick and it was all my fault. I told her I was sorry and she said it was okay. Then I realized, I don’t have to let her prove how much she loves me by letting her do the things she doesn’t want to. Loving me can be shown in many ways, anyway.

August 22, 2018, 04:50:59 PM
Reply #1

goodevening


You said you are sorry and she said it's okay.

Honestly, I wouldn't worry or obsess about the situation, it happened, you apologized and now you need to move forward.  :D

August 26, 2018, 03:37:08 PM
Reply #2

anyone01


To be honest with you I am proud of what your girlfriend did she even ride at ferris wheel with you even though she is afraid of heights. That means she truly loves you no matter how hard for her to ride it just to make you happy. Love her even more and dont ever let go bro she is a gold it is rare to find someone who will just do what they dont want to do just to make his or her love ones want.

August 27, 2018, 07:50:26 AM
Reply #3

Jenniferdainty


It only shows that your girlfriend truly loves you. She's ready to face one of her fears just because of you. You're lucky to have her and you should be proud of that. :) Maybe next time you are with her, you should avoid high places so that she'll not get sick anymore.

 

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