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  • (#2) He Let Her Go Because Of ONE Flaw

    From V*ginalRiptide:

    I had a single issue with one of my girlfriends. ONE flaw I didnt like. Holy sh*t, nowadays I probably accept 5-10 flaws as not bad. Godd*mn I wish I knew how quickly the good women would get snatched up! Nobody to blame but me...

    I was 22 years old and she was 19. She wasn't jaded yet from bad relationships. Nothing but fun, loyalty, love, trust, appreciation, all of that. Nowadays I am involved mostly with women 25+ and goodness me, most of them just are not quality to be honest with you. Lots of baggage and issues and expectations. All the really beautiful and fantastic women got quickly wifed up, and for good reason.

  • (#6) This Guy Didn't Know How Good He Had It Until It Was Too Late

    From SantasDead:

    The women I've dated in the years since. She was amazing, never once did I not trust her. We made an amazing team and our kids got along great. I think I knew she was awesome when we went on a road trip, 5 hours in the car felt like 5 minutes.

    I f*cked that relationship up, not a day goes by that I don't regret it.

  • (#14) He Wasn't Ready For Something So Good

    From Calvindehaze:

    I had a pretty crazy 3 year relationship with a woman who didn't have the capacity to actually care for someone else. About two months after we broke up, I met this girl who was one of the most caring people I know. She knew how to make me feel like a million bucks, and never asked for anything in return.

    But, I had to break her heart because I wasn't in any position to be in a relationship, and I kinda led her on. Not for sex, but for emotional gratification. I felt like a piece of sh*t because there was nothing wrong with her, and she did nothing wrong, and she was really cute, but she had to have her heart broken.

    I still talk to her, and when I'm ready to get into another relationship, I'll be lucky if she'll give me another chance.

  • (#7) He Was Too Casual About Abortion

    From Anonyb11:

    I was in a serious relationship with a girl for a while. We shared dreams about marriage, having kids, etc.

    We were 19 and one day over the phone she brought up a "what-if" scenario. "If I got pregnant what would you do with our baby?" I tried to think about it rationally, instead of emotionally. I said if it was early on in the pregnancy I would consider aborting, but if it was further along and I felt I was killing a baby I would def keep it. It depends.

    She was mortified by my answer; the idea that I even considered abortion was monstrous to her. I was just trying to have a conversation and she took it out of proportion, imo.

    She didn't talk to me for a couple of days till she called me out of the blue to break up, blaming me for not loving her.

    In hindsight I wish I answered the question differently, years later now having a child and would never consider abortion now that the situation is actually real.

    After a couple weeks of breaking up she found someone else, she has been with him ever since, years later.

  • (#1) He Thought He Was Too Good For Her... Until He Saw The Other Options

    From Xlukethemanx:

    I was a little sh*t who thought I was too good for her, and left. She was my first real girlfriend so I didn’t really understand what I was getting into. Then I have 9 months of HORRIBLE relationships and hookups and realized the mistake I made. I waited until she was single again and got her back, promising that I wouldn’t let her go this time.

    We celebrate our 9 year anniversary this weekend, bought a house, and are getting married next year.

  • (#3) He Had A "Grass Is Always Greener" Moment

    From throwawaysaddayz:

    It started as a tough but amicable breakup that I initiated. I felt I was not ready for a serious long-term relationship and was getting 'grass is greener' feelings and the relationship was at a lull stage. It was my first relationship so I didn't know what these feelings meant or how to navigate them.

    After a month I came crawling back to her (messaging) to ask for forgiveness and to ask if we can try again. After what seemed to be a hopeful few weeks of texting the proposal was ultimately rejected. In so many words she said she was too hurt and the trust is too broken.

    My regret after the breakup stemmed from my feelings telling me all we really needed was time apart and that I took her for granted. That I didn't actually do anything to fix the situation when we were in a lull. That I didn't actually communicate how I was feeling. That love is not necessarily like a Disney movie. That I couldn't answer what someone else has that she doesn't? So yes, these are all mistakes I will live with.

    She has stuck true to no contact except for a few weeks when I broke contact, and I had hope of fixing things.

    Now I am the pathetic ex who broke her heart and came crawling back only to be kicked to the curb. She has kept her dignity. I have not. My attempt to fix things probably diminished her opinion of me.

    So now I guess it's many many lessons learned. And I know its over... but still I get shreds of hope. But I know it is without a doubt over.

    And I know it probably wasn't meant to be, and I know if I did get back together it would probably be a disaster. And I am only feeling this way because I'm lonely. But what if?

    Doesn't matter now it's over. Over over over. She doesn't care about you anymore and you don't matter.

    She will find someone soon and she will look back and be happy it never happened.

    And eventually so will I.

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The moment she walks out of the house, you will feel a little lost. No matter how many times you try to tell yourself that your life will be better without her, but in fact, you will suffer without her. When you realize that she loves you and accepts you in the best way, you will find that she is really special and nice.

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