Most Helpful Guys
I have due to a lack of communication and mid understanding. I love her with my all heart I'm thankful she didn't leave me. For you the only advice I can do for you is wait evaluate your situation and see if he/her really loves you and see if you can see your self with him years later. You know your self best you know what's best for you think your brain is your best tool.2THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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It was a cold feeling, like having to dry off with a bath towel that is already damp. In my case, I actually left the home entirely. Much later, it turned out that my partner was a victim of unreported abuse much earlier in their life, and I was never able to get them to talk about it. So in fact, they were the one who was sad and lonely, but they didn't want my help. I left and got a job.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girls
@Ivory6 I was in a relationship that ended recently. We worked hard to keep it together, did many things to change the tides. Went through emotional roller coasters together. Ultimately I feel that people fall out of love. Loneliness is natural to a dying relationship where two people are no longer invested in each other and stay together for all the wrong reasons. Sometimes people feel the depth of sadness during and after the break up. Some people have a harder time, usually the person who is not ready for the break up. I was done emotionally, physically and mentally by the time we broke up. I'm not so sure it was the same case for him.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
I feel like I have two personalities. One of them is quiet, good person, good friend and another is big extrovert who's always ready to have a fight.
However, If I would be in the relationship and I feel like I can't be in it anymore I would do this and I have no idea is that good or bad, but I would make them break up with me because I can't break their hearts if they didn't do anything bad actually.
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