I wish too that he was clear and honest with you. I mentioned you valuing him more than he valued you. But notice: now that you know that he did not “man up to (you) and break up”- I suppose you value him less than you used to, don’t you?
I’ve been doing great! I waited 3 weeks for this guy to let me know what he actually wants, he never contacted me so I finally asked him to go F himself and I have never been more proud of myself. He said he knew he screwed up and he didn’t contact me because he was feeling guilty. That was my closure. Since then, I’ve been on a path of recovery. I’m doing extremely well. I’m happy. There are some bad days and I tackle them extremely well. I’ve started enjoying my new job. People here are very nice. I meditate (atleast try) and I’ve also started working out.
It wouldn’t have been possible without you. You’re the first person ever who showed me the reality so thank you so so much!
And David, yes I’m learning. But this particular case is not about if somebody wants to be with me or not. He wants to be with me but he doesn’t have the guts to fight for me. It was a different tale of betrayal.
You are welcome, and thank you for your kind words.
“There are some bad days and I tackle them extremely well”- it builds our confidence when we tackle bad days well, it makes us stronger to have this experience of functioning extremely well in tough situations.
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