My question: will he ever realise what he has lost in me? He'd told me on the day I returned his belongings to him that other than the mistake I'd made, I was perfect.
Most Helpful Guy
first off, you were right in needing time to know each other. the first red flag was him wanting to marry someone within a year. another flag is long distance relationships usually don't work out. if someone is looking to marry asap and settle down then they are not looking for love but just pure selfishness. marriage is something that should be treasured by two people who mutually understand and respect each other. not some manipulation and verbally abusive relationship. the way it is going is a possible domestic violence route where he would verbally assault you and degrade you down to worthlessness so he can manipulate you easier. this would just make you very unhappy, sad, depressed, and sense of guilt. there is nothing you have to feel sorry for him, instead you should be sorry for yourself for months/years you've spent with him. as for your question he will not feel sorry for you and will keep doing what he was doing to you before.0
Most Helpful Girl
Both of you screwed up big time. He was being way too demanding and possessive and you betrayed his trust and told his dad something that he clearly told you was a secret. Move on girl sounds to me like a very toxic relationship from begin with.1