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Poll From: 08/10/2013

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How old were you when you had your first heartbreak? Submitted By Brittanyfoulk, PA
I haven't had my heart broken.
Younger than 11.
11-14.
15-19.
In my 20s.
Older than 29.
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Comment on this poll
GeniusTrophyWife
on 08/22/13
Ive been with the same man since I was 16 (almost 7 years) and before him it was just puppy love so no heartbreak here.
DoctorWhoCrazy
on 08/16/13
Gaderseven liked this  
what kind of heart brake?
lurky2012
on 08/15/13
it was sad
Ushma
on 08/14/13
bad
rm21
on 08/13/13
Krovyeyu liked this  
I think I broke a heart, but I've not had mine broken.
Tirabaralla
on 08/13/13
Too young anyway.
julistarr
on 08/10/13
TCThompson and 11 others liked this  
I've never had my heart broken, romantically but I have been through some heartbreaking situations in my life.
ZeeMAD1
on 08/10/13
Same here.
pointe4Jesus
on 08/10/13
Haven't we all?
ZeeMAD1
on 08/12/13
Sure.
Kiyashire
on 08/10/13
sk8terh8ter and 32 others liked this  
I'm 16 and haven't had the chance for heartbreak, since I've never gone out with someone. I try to stay away from relationships because if they're only going to last for a few months or a year or so, since we're both hormonal teenagers, why bother at all? I want a life-partner, not a temporary boyfriend I'm only going out with because "being a teen is about having fun."
NimNeedle
on 08/10/13
lmao tool
MrsAJones
on 08/10/13
JoseMinaya and 1 others liked this  
That's not always true. I have a girlfriend that met her husband when she was about 9-10 years old and he was 11-12. They've been together officially since she was 12, and they got married the same day as my husband and I. Age and hormones play a part but maturity makes more of a difference. I met my husband when I was 17 and he was 19. I went to college; he went to war. During that time we split up but stayed in contact - the spark was always there. We've known each other for over 10 years, been married for 4.5 years, and have 2.5 kids (expecting our 3rd). We weren't ready for marriage straight out of high school like my friend and her husband were; we needed to grow up some more first.
JesusMessiah
on 08/12/13
Your unborn child is only half a child??? You mean you have 3 kids.
MarkRene
on 08/10/13
Jer89 liked this  
Kudos to you for being so mature. And waiting is the best! My husband and I have been married 14 years and will be married till death do us part.
TheSwagBookWorm
on 08/10/13
i like your thinking maybe i will do the same as you
CwGrlRitz
on 08/10/13
yophi liked this  
I would like to encourage you to stick with it! I always waited and let me tell you it has been so worth it!!!

Marriage is a process, for people who are willing to time and work in. It isn't about finding the perfect person, or being the perfect person, it is about choosing to go the distance for someone you love, no matter what!!!

We have been married 5.5 year, and people ask us all the time if we are newlyweds. We choose to fall in love all the time and wow!! It is SO much fun.
inkygurl42
on 08/10/13
Swagster75 and 1 others liked this  
smart to save for something real...hugs
dsonja80
on 08/11/13
Omg! I was so n love wit this Guy and after six yrs. I found out after we broke-up he went to the other side. He said he's gay. A year after the brake up. Wow.
mgtheman
on 08/10/13
PrincessAngelice and 1 others liked this  
Never. Heartbreak only happens to people who set themselves up for it.
margens
on 08/12/13
Really, what about kids of divorce who have their hearts broken? Do they set themselves up or it? I rather doubt it is ever their fault. Sounds like you've never let yourself be vulnerable enough to have your heart broken.
ayoosparkles97
on 08/10/13
JuliaFaraday and 3 others liked this  
Thats Not True , Watch What You Say .
Im Guessing When A Kids Parents Get A Divorce , And It Breaks The Kids Heart , Your Saying That The Kid Set Themselves Up For That ?
SMH .
mgtheman
on 08/11/13
I believe the heartbreak alluded to in the poll question meant specifically personal heartbreak from your own lover, not proxy heartbreak from a third-party breakup; the answer choices congregate around "first date" bands.
Chan245
on 08/10/13
Rainbowdrymouth3 and 1 others liked this  
It's better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all. Setting yourself up for heartbreak is not something someone knowingly will do.
Mike343
on 08/11/13
cool
got1lots1of1swag
on 08/10/13
I was only thinking in terms of a relationship, so I said never had a heartbreak, but my heart was broken when my grandpa died last September, so I guess it would be 11-14. Oh and todays my birthday guys! Yay! Finally 15 :)
Anna1090
on 08/11/13
I'm in the same pool as you on that one :P
brownie14
on 08/11/13
the people who answered "I haven't had my heart broken" are either REALLY lucky or just lying...probably just lying lol
venutian55
on 08/10/13
puppy love brought back good memories- but what about 'DID YOUR PARENTS PROVOKE SIBLING RIVALRIES THAT HARMED YOU?
errolbryan
on 08/10/13
i was 17 teen when i first got my heart broken
Loliland
on 08/10/13
winterfiresf8 and 1 others liked this  
Romantic love is for the delusional.
majesticartax
on 08/10/13
TTIL 20% of people are liars.
skk12695
on 08/10/13
never heart break
littleloyd
on 08/10/13
at first i thought, well i guess 20% of those people are liars but then i read the comments below and i was like, oh.... now i get. :)
RenSwagg
on 08/10/13
14
Lauri
on 08/10/13
ayoosparkles97 liked this  
I was 10. The same year my mom and dad got divorced. My Dad was my whole world. and when I found out I had to live with my mom. it broke my heart because I could not live with my dad..
Bebster
on 08/10/13
suganyaa liked this  
I only dated one guy and we've been happily married for almost a year now. There were a couple of guys that asked me out before him, but I knew it wouldn't out so I said no so we wouldn't have to go through a heartbreak.
chatawithac
on 08/10/13
Cant say that I really remember nor do I want to!
sarahbeth16
on 08/10/13
Rainbowdrymouth3 and 4 others liked this  
I got my heart broken the first time at 14 when I moved away and lost all my friends, and again at 16 (this year) when I lost a very close friend to suicide. I've been hurt by boyfriends, but looking back it wasn't a true heartbreak. And to all the people who say it isn't possible to have your heart broken before the age of 11, you don't know what you're talking about. 11 might be too young to have your heartbroken by a "boyfriend"/"girlfriend", but your heart can definitely be broken by losing a parent, grandparent, pet, etc.
jacobax
on 08/10/13
So true
GekkouKitsune
on 08/10/13
Anonymous74 liked this  
#foreveralone
murkywaters786
on 08/10/13
Does anyone know what a 100SB coupon is? My account says I was credited with this, but I have NO idea what it is.
scorpionrobot
on 08/10/13
Forever alone.
Mizo77
on 08/10/13
U
swaguser11670809
on 08/10/13
brownie14 and 1 others liked this  
I was immature,but heartbroken
moneyguzzler
on 08/10/13
it was a very bad day for me guys.
hallie98765
on 08/10/13
i had mt heart broken at 15, boyfriend got me pregnant then left me. ;(
joyfulsong
on 08/10/13
tfjparadise liked this  
then he wasn't man enough, and you deserve better... I wish you the best!
roflcopter1930
on 08/10/13
:(
joyfulsong
on 08/10/13
I got my heart broken when my best friend married his girl and I realized I loved him, and I was too late... three years and I still haven't given anyone else a chance... he was my reason for smiling, I was just too blind to see...
jezlives
on 08/10/13
first real heartbreak was losing my good friend to suicide.
KISHA40
on 08/10/13
hallie98765
on 08/10/13
for me it was 4th grade
SwagSupa
on 08/10/13
rivan89 and 8 others liked this  
I've never really had a boyfriend so I've never had my heart broken and I'm in my twenties. I can't be bothered with relationships, they're too much work.
DoubleEdge
on 08/10/13
SwagSupa and 1 others liked this  
I know. Some people may have the patience for relationships, but I highly doubt I would, so I'm not interested in getting a girlfriend. My parents have been bugging me about finding a girl and getting married though...so annoying!
lolitaloca
on 08/10/13
Anonymous74 and 2 others liked this  
Yes, and you can watch your friends and family members live out their "dream" romances and marriage....and divorce...and their soap-opera type relationships...and remarriage...and divorce, etc. Though envious at the beginning, now watching how *their* relationships have turned out has made me glad I wasn't into serious dating, either. And I'm now 50. But have less stress in my life than those that *had* to have a relationship and just picked anyone that came along. As is, I'm free to travel and do about anything I want in life, without needing someone else's approval.
SayWHATdude
on 08/10/13
SwagSupa and 6 others liked this  
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mrcow32
on 08/10/13
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DoubleEdge
on 08/10/13
brownie14 and 9 others liked this  
There's like 3 billion males in this world. You hate them just for being born a guy?
Humbeezo
on 08/10/13
tfjparadise liked this  
I know she hasn't even been in a relationship and she says boys are evil. Probably been watching too many break up songs.
hallie98765
on 08/10/13
tfjparadise liked this  
lol
LessThanJenna
on 08/10/13
IAmHeel and 8 others liked this  
Oh please. You don't know what heartbreak is when you're under 11.
LizzieK
on 08/10/13
Lose a parent or a grandparent, that's heartbreak under 11. Heartbreak isn't just about a boyfriend/girlfriend, husband/wife situation
mburke92
on 08/10/13
JumpinJerry and 3 others liked this  
Like KatieKat said, she lost someone. Heartbreak doesn't always mean just a breakup. If you lose someone, if you even lose a pet and feel your heart breaking (not literally obviously...hopefully) then that's heartbreak. In my opinion anyway.
KatieKat
on 08/10/13
I had a friend die when I was 8 years old. I definitely experienced heartbreak over that.
archieholston
on 08/10/13
My heart break is funny now
hestia3
on 08/10/13
terry1905 and 1 others liked this  
Merlin. Last episode. Arthur's death. Morgana's death. Mordred's death. Gwaine's death. Merlin and Gwen's eternal loneliness. That was a heartbreak, people, no doubt about it!
dmridley51
on 08/10/13
I married at the age of 18, after 22 years of a happy marriage, my husband passed away. I remarried and was married 10 years and my husband committed suicide on Christmas day, I remarried again, my husband had a stroke and passed away, we were married seven years. So this is three times my heart was broken, needless to say, I won't remarry, unless God says different.
superjessie
on 08/10/13
tfjparadise liked this  
oh my.. bless your heart
Noore67
on 08/10/13
Mommapegs liked this  
oh give me a break younger than 11 huh? we didn't know what a heartbreak means
talonblackhart
on 08/10/13
WillowJune and 2 others liked this  
Losing a close and beloved great-grandmother was heartbreaking at age 7. Losing a very close grandmother at age 22 was equally heartbreaking. Breaking up with a fiance at 24? Upsetting, and short-term I felt miserable. but looking back, not really heartbreaking. Long-term, I miss the aforementioned grandparents much more than the fiance. I didn't necessarily assume the poll meant a romantic relationship ending.
dhfhs2
on 08/10/13
tfjparadise and 3 others liked this  
Does losing your parents count?
Inus
on 08/10/13
Gabrie1a liked this  
I remember it rather specifically, there's being upset but then there's like heartbroken where you kind of feel helpless and have that strong feeling of sorrow. I was around 11-14 can't remember the exact age was a girl whom I talked to daily online and she was like a best friend more so than any the real life friends I had at the time. Well one day she tells me how her parents don't want her talking to people she hasn't met in person anymore so she isn't allowed to chat to me anymore and I know some people think of 'heartbroken' as like when you get dumped or something but losing such a close friend can feel just as bad if not worse, I was so depressed with days, everyone just seemed so dim around me and I didn't talk much, thankfully she eventually got back in contact with me. :) So happy ending I suppose, but still remember that feeling only felt it a couple times since then.
wancy
on 08/10/13
Anonymous74 liked this  
First heartaches are rough at any age because many times they begin one's permanent outlook on relationships. Good luck to everyone!! -)
CStove
on 08/10/13
MIYAON and 1 others liked this  
What year did the show Beast Wars end? That's the answer.
Keekz1
on 08/10/13
Lucky to those who still have their hearts 'intacted'
queenravenclaw
on 08/10/13
Heart broken at 14. Never had a boy since. Never got asked out by anyone. Family members death are hard as well. Almost lost my dad this year and that would of sent me over the edge.
PRITTYKITTY84
on 08/10/13
Yes at 29. It was hard cause he was a great guy. But I even knew it felt like the right thing to do, we were too different types of mind. It was sad cause we were both chill... WOW... THANKS SWAGBUCKS! LOL JK!
pbjplzmom
on 08/10/13
TCThompson and 2 others liked this  
When you are young one tends to think that the love of your life is the person you like at the time. Real heartache to me wasn't even when I had to end my marriage of 16 years after being with him for 21 years. My real heartache came when I was 7 when my dad and brother passed away. THEN my heart was crushed when I lost my twin girls to SIDS. That is a heartbreak I wouldn't want anyone else to ever experience.
brownie14
on 08/11/13
You were with him for 21 years and you weren't heartbroken?
pbjplzmom
on 08/13/13
triathlon29 liked this  
Not after finding out how long he had been cheating on me and the way I was treated towards the end of the marriage while I was going through chemo and radiation. I was more hurt that he could be such a jerk. More disappointed in what should have been and what I looked forward to in life. Again, the real heartbreak was the loss of our babies, that's total devastation!
crwhite0313
on 08/10/13
sk8terh8ter and 7 others liked this  
WOW.....I really don't know what to say to you. I have a dad and brother and at 28 couldn't imagine losing them now! I also have 2 children and worried everyday when they were little that they would stop breathing in the middle of the night and I wouldn't know. I am so sorry for your losses. You are very strong to have kept going and be able to share your story. Thank you.
pbjplzmom
on 08/10/13
Thank you crwhite0313... As a parent it is the greatest fear. I never thought I would ever have to face this devastation in my life. After losing my dad and brother and knowing the sadness my mom faced through the years... never thought we would suffer so much more loss. We had no choice but to continue on. The two of us are also cancer survivors and that is nothing compared to the loss of our children. I now look at those heartbreaking times as something I might be able to help others as they face difficult times in their life to be able to go on and be as strong as they can. Blessings to you.
rorose132
on 08/10/13
Technically, 19-21. Is that "in my 20s"?
mburke92
on 08/10/13
Oh, that's difficult because that's literally 2 answers combined... I'd say just randomly choose one of them haha.
IsickChow
on 08/10/13
being a different race from many other people in my school :/ racist people...
mburke92
on 08/10/13
tfjparadise liked this  
They gave you a hard time for that?
That actually makes me really angry I'm so sorry you had to go through that. :/
Marybop
on 08/10/13
KISHA40 and 1 others liked this  
people that are 15-19 trust too much so they get their heart broken much more easily.

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