While he was in Europe,things were rough him dealing with his family as well as recuperating from the accident. He would often show anxiety by saying things like," Someone is going to steal you because I'm not there." " You're going to have moved on without me." etc,etc. He informed me of some of his insecurity issues before,but I thought they were getting better. He came back Jan 31st,behaving like everything was normal. We met up,and he decided to break up with me as I stood before him holding $200 worth of Christmas gifts for him.Needless to say I was shocked and hurt,and felt like an ass.
He then came by my apartment to retrieve his keys. He tried to give me a sentimental keychain that he has had for 20 years...of course I declined and he seemed disappointed. This guy spoke about me meeting his family and vacationing and other progressive things to turn around and be cold as ice. We got along swimmingly well,but his insecurities seem to have had a major hand in the demise of our relationship. I wrote him a long email Hoping he would read it and come to his senses.
I hate feeling like this day in and day out because obviously,its not really in my hands right now. I go through blaming myself although I know I didn't do anything wrong. I want for us to try again,but for us to obviously further address some issues. I haven't contacted him because I believe in maintaining my dignity,and only having the best. But I'm constantly hurting...day in and day out. He truly is a beautiful person but with issues like anyone else.
I don't know what to do at this point. We have of course missed Valentine's day,my bday is on Feb 25th and his is on March 2nd. I dunno. I'm just hurting. Advice?
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Sweets, I'm proud of you for trying to hold on to your dignity, DO this, hold onto it and realize that he made a mistake. I know that you probably really loved him, but let this be an opportunity for you to branch out and do new things, meet new people and experience other things in life. Break ups suck, they just do, we've all had to go through them in our own way. If you still have his phone number, write it down on a piece of paper, then delete him from your phone, so that you won't be tempted to call him up or text him, remember HE broke up with you, by not talking to him you show him that you're going to be okay, it's also good that you sent an e-mail just to let him know that you wish him the best, an honorable thing to do. You don't want to be with someone that doesn't have enough confidence in himself, take it this way, you guys had history together, good and bad times and you both learned from each other, take your time and heal okay? And reflect on things that you will look for in your next relationship (down the road) it's perfectly okay to cry, if you feel like crying do it, but then after a little bit, stand up, wipe your eyes and tears away and tell yourself that you're going to be okay, you're just in the low peak of the valley right now, but sooner or later you'll climb back up to the summit and watch the new sunrise. Best of luck to you.0
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