Isn’t it weird how we used to count the hours until we saw each other. You NEVER sorted out your stuff even though I asked you over and over again. We finally got together and I’ve never been with anyone who constantly questioned my honesty and truth, but because we were friends and for such a long time, I gave you more chances than I would anyone else.
Now I’m just counting down the weeks until you move out and I have my house back to myself. I can’t wait.
At first we both cried and I was so upset to even have to come to this decision but now that I have, there is no turning back. I often wonder why I kept going for so long with you? Probably because I just wanted to give you another chance.
Interesting how when a man knows that there is no chance, and I’ve seen this before, you start to act like an a$$.
For the very first time I said that after this relationship is over, I want to keep in touch with you, but since you are starting to show me a side i’ve never seen before, I’m starting to wonder if I really do.
Whilst it may be over between us as partners, all it takes is some maturity to be able to still be loving, civil and friendly to each other. After all, there was a time that we were both in love with each other; you say you still are with me; I am not with you.
I love you as a person, I care that you will be OK. Sadly, and you admitted this to me, that you have relied on me too much. I read something just recently about this and it was summed up so well. ‘when you take someone for granted and you push them away and they come back. Don’t keep pushing them because one day, they won’t”. You have started and have been taking me for granted for a while now and I’m not here to carry you anymore.
Time for you to man up; get a job; move out (life is exciting.. it’s just a matter of attitude) and get on with your life; as I’m no longer a part of yours in the way that you want.