Towards the end of our relationship (9 months), he got really nasty and said some mean things to me. We first broke up for a month at the 7-month mark and he said pretty mean things to me then to. He said, 'he didn't care about me, he didn't care if I say other guys, and he just basically didn't care'. It was stupid to get back together with him but I was too heartbroken. The next two months were very rocky, with him being distant and saying hurtful things to me. He trashtalked about me to his friends when we were broken up so they started being disrespectfal of me. I brought it up and he started getting defensive, never doing anything to help me feel better. After a while, I couldn't take it anymore so I broke up with him but all he said was 'ok, I was thinking of the same thing anyways'. I tried texting him the other day, and all his replies were one worded. I'm bitter and pretty sad about what happened, and was wondering if he meant all those hurtful comments he said to me. I was also wondering if he would ever get a wake up call and realize that he was treating me badly?
Most Helpful Guy
Some hard advice... Move on. Deep down he knows he is an ass, but he probably isn't going to tell you. So quit (and that is easier said than done) wasting your emotions on him and move on to someone that wants you.0
Most Helpful Girl
He knows he treated you badly.
But does that stop people that are mean spirited from doing so? The answer is no.
I'm sorry you were hurt but you have to let the past be the past and move forward.
Someone that truly cares for you would never do the things he did.
You have to eliminate him from your life completely.
Stop texting him!
What you want from him... and what he can give you are two different things.
When you realize the difference then it will be easier to let go.
He'll never be able to give you what you want, those shoes are way too big for him to fill.
You deserve better.
You towards the future and not back.
"Will my ex miss/regret the relationship?"
Based on his actions, I don't think he will. For someone to regret they have to realize they were wrong. He knows he is... but it doesn't affect him in any way. Because of that he is less likely to miss or regret the things he did.0