The question is in the title. Tell me your story of a time that you broke up with someone and it was a mistake.
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My friend gave me her friend's number and said "Text her, she's bored." I started talking to her, we got to know each other, and hit it off immediately. We were fifteen then and we started a long-distance relationship (never do that) and it lasted until her step father broke us up. She was everything I loved about women.
That other girl was nothing more than a story at this point. I started dating on and off with a girl from high school. After the experience with the first girl I had become very closed off and had a hard shell to crack. This girl has lived a really tough life with a less-than-adequate mother and guys that were just terrible, causing her to build up the same kind of shield. After going out a few times she was scared of the way she started feeling for me because I'm the only guy who's ever been at least decent with her, respecting er boundaries, not making unwelcome sexual advances, always having a good time together, etc... Well, we were too self-protective for our own good, so she moved out of state with her Granny, giving her a lot more time to spend by herself on the phone with me. We established stronger feelings this way and she eventually moved back in with her mother to be with me. This took until 2012, her calling me for consolation on her terrible boyfriends, anything bad going on she would come to me for comfort.
Well, she moved back and then in April, the first girl from 2006 contacted me through Facebook. We started talking again, and fell back in love just as easily as before. I agreed to move to Alaska for her, because we were positive that it was meant to be. I spent years with this other girl from high school, being the one that would never hurt her and I ended up leaving her for this thick in Alaska. How did that go? Well, we lasted from August, 2012 to May, 2014. Now I'm back in California, single, kissing some major best friend ass hahaha! I hope you enjoyed and learned from this story.0