After a major breakup months ago, I have been detailed rather troubling news what my ex has been voicing around during our separation. Not only was I emotionally, physically, and sexually abused, but now have to deal with post-breakup issues that don't make any sense to me. I have been isolated by the slander and I've gone into a major depression because of it.
For all sake of my sanity, I am interpreting what she said wrong?
She says: "You and I both need help. This won't take days, weeks, but months. I won't find someone new and I doubt you will either. Maybe after awhile we can try it again and maybe be friends. Goodbye, I love you."
I took that as we would probably, more than likely, get back together at some point. I'm being told I am a jealous psycho that should go kill myself; and she is claiming she only said "We both need help, maybe we can be friends after."
I have no interest in getting back together with her anymore. Maybe in the future if she seeks professional help, but right now I am only focusing on myself and getting help. However, for all sake of my sanity, was I wrong to make that assumption?
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I'm so sorry you have to go through this. Your assumption isn't wrong, I don't think it is. But you are gonna need to take that assumption and throw that shit out the window. Why? Because of you, you need to keep doing what you're doing, and that's getting the help you need. And even after you both get help, it'd be better to start over with someone new, than go back to the person who threw you into a dark hole. It wouldn't be healthy for either of you. So continue to make progress with yourself, be strong, and be happy again.1