To be honest i blame no one but myself for how things turned out, just like the saying fool me once shame on you, fool me twice same on me and additionally fool me 3 times and i mean your just a absolute moron haha.
In all honesty this is how it went, i'm 21 was with a girl who was never happy, besides me doing everything for her as a bf not saying i'm perfect but i cared/supported/loved her unconditionally/made her feel special etc. I didn't really do anything wrong she even acknowledged that when she broke up with me for the 3rd time. She was never happy because she always had a problem, she has this perfect fairytale ideal of a perfect guy and she tried to mold me into this guy. Apparently i was perfect in every way, except the fact i wasn't catholic like she was, the fact i didn't go to the gym like she did eventhough she went to the and ended up doubling in size over the course of our relationship (still loved her the same regardless) and while i didn't go the gym i lost weight even i'm not even fat just not toned etc while she is overweight.
Anyway this girl always had a problem, she complained that i wasn't catholic like she wanted me to be said she would break up with me if i didn't accept that our future children will be raised catholic as she wants them to be, said as i didn't go the gym what kind of father will i be because i don't look after myself. THEN we break up right, then we get back together and a new problem emerges i'm not ambitious enough, i'm currently at university studying law in my first year as i am not getting top end grades she has decided i am not going to be rich and successful so dumped me.
Anyway i blame myself, no one told me to get back with her, i knew what she was like but still went back to her. She would break up with me then beg for me back i adamantly didn't want her back the 3rd time she begged for months, then i gave in and she dumped me after a month again like the 2nd time, to be honest i blame myself, agree?
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Sounds like she just wanted an excuse to get rid of you regardless. You aren't to blame for having hope/being in love. But you are to blame for not realizing that she isn't compatible/worth your time. Breaking up that many times is ridiculous, even if you had a better job, she's probablly find something else to break up with you, such as your teeth aren't white enough, or you make too much noise when you eat.
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