Most Helpful Guy
It's hard for anyone whether it's mutual or not.
You've spent a great deal of time with this person and even depended on them. It's hard breaking routines as they are comforting. Now you're forced to live life a different way and that adds stress.
It's very normal to have fears, doubts and even guilt but.. my best advice for you is seek wisdom and consult those who are older have gone through what you are going through.
A story that always hits me during these times are the ones of 50 year old women who are married to deadbeats and wish they never started a family with this guy but they're stuck because of all the difficulties of divorcing (family, mortgage and years of stress to follow).
So it will hurt for the first few months but if your gut says "no," do listen to it.. as the months turn into years.. you will reflect and thank yourself everyday that you left.
However Life is strange... there's a story of a young couple who were together since they're 16... at 24 they called it quits... after 4 years of separation.. they met and dated again and engagement ring was worn 1 month later.
"what is love? baby don't hurt me"1
Most Helpful Girl
welcome to my world. i am with someone the same and i love him so much and you hope beyond hope that today is the day he will change or tomorrow you will break up with him but it is always today and never tomorrow.
I Am finding myself coming closer though all of the time and one day i will just snap and leave.0