I Walked Away From Him Because There Was No Other Option, I Was Left With.
We always read about those who have been left, but what about those who had to leave?
I walked away from him. It was the toughest thing I’ve ever had to do.
We had a relationship for a while. The fact that we spent so much time together suddenly became the only reason we were still together.
It was like it didn’t make sense to have a relationship anymore, but we didn’t want to admit that we’d wasted so much time.
What should I have done? Lose even more?
He wasn’t the man I was supposed to end up with, so I walked away.
If I’d stayed in that relationship, I’d only have ended up married to the wrong man.
Just because I walked away from him doesn’t mean I didn’t love him. I cared deeply, but I hadn’t been happy for long.
I walked away from him because I was afraid, even though I loved him.
It scared me that I was about to promise a future to someone I couldn’t have it with.
He was not husband material, and I was aware of it initially, but I didn’t want to accept it until the end.
Over time, I had to face the fact that I would never be happy if I stayed with him.
I walked away from him because he always wanted me to change. I felt like I was never good enough for him and that he couldn’t love me for what I was.
He was never satisfied; no wonder I tried to be the person he wanted me to be. I got lost in the process.
He never wanted to change anything about himself, but he hoped I’d become the woman of his dreams.
I walked away from him because he never put me first. Everything else was more important to him than me.
It made me feel like I was just an option for him, and I could never settle for a man who doesn’t make me a priority.
His friends, work, family, and actions meant more to him than I did.
I walked away from him because he was never sure of me. He threatened to leave every time things didn’t go the way he wanted to.
I wasn’t threatening to leave; I just left and did what he couldn’t.
The truth is, I was tired of always wondering when he would leave, and I never felt safe in the relationship.
I walked away from him because he always compared me to other women.
They all seemed to be better than me, and that made me lose my self-esteem.
Another woman cooks every day, another woman makes more money, another woman dresses more often, so why can’t you?
When I wondered things like that, I just wanted to tell him that he should be with another woman.
I walked away from him because he made me cry more than laugh. I spent many sleepless nights crying over our horrible fights.
He always had to be right, and he was never the first to apologize.
I was forcing myself to be the one who apologized even when I hadn’t done anything wrong.
I walked away from him because he wouldn’t let me have a life out of the relationship. Although he never made me a priority, I had to put him first.
He didn’t like my friends and family. Every time I wanted to spend time with someone else, he got jealous.
Every time we split up, I had to convince him I wasn’t with another man.
I walked away from him because I always doubted my love. As much love as I showed him, I needed to prove it to him over and over again.
He never really understood how much it meant to me, no matter how clear I was. The fact that I had to show my love for him constantly made me tired of loving him.
I walked away from him because he used to give me crumbs of his affection.
It made me beg for his love and attention, and these are things you should never have to beg for.
He always told me I had to deserve his love. Although I was foolish enough to try, love is not something you should deserve.
I walked away from him because we didn’t have healthy communication. He never talked about his feelings or listened to what I felt.
Every time I wasn’t happy, he just shut me up for an answer. He made me always wonder what was going through his head.
I walked away from him because he never really listened to what I had to say. I always felt as if I was talking to a wall.
I never remembered the little things I told him that was important to me. He always made me feel like I was not important to him.
I walked away from him because he was never by my side when I needed him most. When things got tough, I never had his support.
I had to go through it all alone because he just turned his back on me when I needed it. He didn’t even give me a shoulder to cry on.
I walked away because he never tried to put any effort into the relationship.
He made me the only one who tried to make our relationship work.
Every time there was a problem, I was the only one trying to find a solution.
I’m tired of doing it, and if I hadn’t, we’d have broken up a lot sooner.
I walked away from him because he wasn’t the man I wanted to spend the rest of my life with.
It would have made me even more miserable, and, as much as I loved him, I had to love myself more.
In short, I walked away from him because I deserved better.