• Love is Blind (A pre-break up letter)

    by  • July 2, 2018 • * Safe for Work *, Breaking Up • 0 Comments

    The other week, when you were drunk, you told me that you really loved me and wanted to be with me. I asked you whether you meant what you said when you’d sobered up; you said yes.

    But is this really true?

    I feel like you’re consistently pushing me away. Do you actually want a relationship?

    There seems to be such a lack of regard for my feelings, with the ‘like it or lump it’ approach to pretty much anything I say, that you have less respect for me than your friends and acquaintances.

    Yet you expect me to be there to pick up the pieces when you’re feeling hungover and sorry for yourself. If the way you treat me is a result of the things girls have done to you in the past, then to be honest it’s insulting. Do you hold me to such low standards because you think I’m like them?

    If you actually do want to be with me, you have to at least act like it. Be the person I fell in love with, not the one who tries to push things to the limit to see how far I’ll bend before I break.

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