• Farewell

    by  • September 20, 2010 • Breaking Up, Letting Go, Lost Love • 3 Comments

    Dear girl,

    I’m sorry that things can’t work out. I know I said that I was on the fence, but that was a lie. To be honest, I’ve lost interest in you a long time ago; ever since you started putting the pressure on me to be your life and happiness to the point where you’d threaten to hurt yourself when I leave.

    I’m sorry. I know you’re a better person now that you have help, but that doesn’t change the fact that I don’t love you anymore. I’ve even found someone else that I’d be interested in. You want things to work between us still, but I can’t stay around you…it brings too many painful memories.

    I wish you the best, but there’s no point dragging this out any longer. We both need to move on. I know this will hurt, but I need to think of my own needs for a change. I know there’s someone else out there for you, so don’t lose hope.

    I don’t have anything else to say, really…but I pray you will heal quickly and find someone that will treat you right.

    Sincerely,
    Boy

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    3 Responses to Farewell

    1. I cry at night too
      September 20, 2010 at 10:40 am

      Wow,

      this is really moving.. can you please share a little more as to what lead you to change your feelings?! Because, most girls don’t say they’ll hurt themselves if you were to leave, except the one’s who’ve been annoyed with the Boy saying such things.. what really made you decide to leave?!




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    2. I cry at night too
      September 20, 2010 at 7:48 pm

      you should tell this person via text or something… she needs to know, not read it on a website and assume it’s her.




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    3. Author
      September 29, 2010 at 3:04 am

      I cry at night too,

      I left because of exactly what I said. She was emotionally unstable, and she would hurt herself for any given reason. My slightest actions set her off, and it was even worse the first time I tried to break up. After talking to a counselor, I was told that she was emotionally abusing me, and I realized that was correct. The entire basis for her well-being was based on my actions. I couldn’t take having someone else’s life by based on my slightest actions…too much responsibility for one as young as myself. We didn’t really get along that well anymore, either, so things just kept getting worse…finally, I broke up again and she was put in a hospital, where they took care of her.

      She doesn’t need to know this. Not so soon after getting back on the right track. She may never know; we’re not together anymore.

      Hope that answers your question.




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