For those of you who don't know me... Hi. I'm PinkPandaBear180... or simply "Mr. Bear". Recently, I just got out of a relationship which lasted 7 months. She was my world. I am just now moving on but I have some things that I wish I could tell her, so take this as a letter to my Ex-girlfriend.
1. You're Worth a Guy's Time
You may be a bit insecure, but we all are. You're pretty. You're funny. You have a good personality. You definitely deserve a good guy.
2. You're a Daddy's Girl.
I believe one of the main reasons our relationship ended is because you compared me to your father too much. You also expected me to be exactly like him and believe the same way as he did. These expectations were foolish as no guy will ever live up to your father in your mind.
3. You need to let go.
I'm an idiot. I admit it. I say things that are wrong and hurtful, but I don't even mean to. But you need to learn to let go of the dumb things people say. You need to learn to forgive.
4. You need to Trust People.
When I first met you, you were the shyest person I've ever seen. You were quiet, which isn't necessarily a bad thing! When we first started "talking", I had to work hard to get you to trust me. I understand that people should definitely have to work for your trust, but you took it to an extreme.
5. A relationship is not just about you.
You need to understand that every relationship needs to be give/take if it's going to work. One person cannot just take all the time and vise versa. I found myself giving way more than I was getting and at first it was fine but eventually it exhausted me.
6. Don't be afraid to say what you're thinking.
Many times I had to guess what you were thinking about an argument or just a decision because you simply were too shy to tell me. I WANTED your opinion. I valued it and I know your next boyfriend will too. Just trust that your opinion is worth hearing, and BE OPEN and upfront about it.
7. I genuinely don't hate you.
Life. It is what it is. I'm working on completely moving on from our relationship. I bid you the best in life and I really hope you find happiness. If you forgave me for the times I said dumb things, maybe we could've been friends.
Unfortunately, she'll never see this letter, but just writing it gives me a sense of closure. Thanks for reading!