Was with my boyfriend 1.5 years. For the past 6 months he treated me like dirt - and I was too in love to question it. I'd go weeks without seeing him, because he'd bin me off for nights out, turn his phone off and disappear until a day or two later then expect me to be lovey towards him. He's told me i'm a waste of time and space, that i'm a bore to his life, that he doesn't have time for me anymore and that he wish i'd fuck off for good.. oh and that he's going to fuck other people.
This has broken me as a person, I used to be a strong minded girl who spoke her mind, but now i feel like an empty shell.
Lastnight was the final straw, the cycle repeated - we were supposed to be having a nice evening just me and him, and he ditches me last minute.. and makes me feel bad about it (how I have no idea but I ended up apologising).
I told him I was done and not to contact me, he spent the night texting me, accusing me.. then today texting and calling me.. then the minute I reply, I get nothing.
Why is he playing games? Any insight would be good!
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Isn't that more of a female thing? matter of fact, thats an everybody thing... we all want things we can't have. its human nature.
As for this story, first off, i can't believe you stuck around for 6 months of mistreatment.. why? because you were "... too in love"? please... and this is why i don't use emotion in these things. thats 6 months you could have spent with someone who treated you better. he also gave you an escape hatch..
"doesn't have time... fuck off for good", multiple times and you still stuck around.
Id rather not kick you while you are down. Im more concerned about how you are going to handle moving on from this and go back to the strong girl you used to be. (hopefully without emotions this time).
Just hinting, Time and a whole lotta "leave him alone" would do you some good. A replacement will work even better. I know what its like to be forced to leave someone you care deeply for so i can tell you it won't be easy. just give it time and him, space. Yes that includes no responding to text messages.1