I don't think I would take it back if I could because it needed to be said but for some reason I feel sad now "one day later"
Not sure if it's because I actually should be fighting to work it out or if this is just part of the final moving on process
Pretty much the message was just me asking for privacy, space because I'm trying to move on and that's really hard when he's still floating around this idea of "US" to all his friends when we haven't spoken in a year.
Oh and his friends "pretty much the deal breaker"
A large religious close knit group made up of similar ethnicities
And me completely different in every way
Let's just say there are some not so friendly people in that group
Who made some rather derogatory and racist comments about me not being good enough for him pretty much why I told him that I really just need him to stop associating our names together I didn't extend any future offers of friendship or anything
I tried to keep it short and simple as to why I was requesting what I was because honestly who wants to deal with that
But I still feel bad I know this was a fear of his like if he got romantically involved it would ruin everything
& it's his friends not him but in some backwards way all my anger is towards him none of these people know me personally so if it wasn't for him non of these problems would exist which makes it his fault in a way
I'm just hoping I made the right
decsion. But he's not fighting to fix it "I didn't expect an objection "so I think it was the right choice.
Was my decision wrong? Could I have handled it differently.
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I left my guy for not giving me what I wanted in a relationship, like for example, simple communication. I told him why I was leaving him then unfriend him. Yes, he was hot but I won't disrespect myself for his looks. How did I know I did the right thing? By the simple fact he didn't try to win me back. Not even sorry.
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