She is leaving.
She is letting go of you not because of the words you said to her or the things you did. She is letting go of you because of the words you never said and the things you never did.
She’s letting go of you because you were never there for her when she needed you. You were never there to make her feel most loved, protected, and valued when she felt the most unloved, scared, and unimportant.
She’s letting go of you because she trusted you and cherished you, and she treated you with kindness, compassion, and dignity, and you spat on all that.
She’s letting go of you because you meant the world to her and you treated her like she was a second choice to you. A back-up plan. Temporary fun. Because you often made her feel neglected and ignored. Because you often made her feel like a ghost, instead of a loved, appreciated woman.
She’s letting go of you because you said to her those three powerful words, I love you, but you didn’t mean them.
She’s letting go of you because you promised to protect and take care of her heart, and what did you do? You nonchalantly broke it into countless tiny pieces and left her to pick them up all by herself.
She’s letting go of you because you weren’t able to contain all of the love and affection she was giving you in your chest.
She’s letting go of you because you didn’t bother to keep her. Because if you really cared about her, (like you said many times), and if you bothered to keep her, you’d have fought for her.
You’d have listened to her. You’d have paid attention to her words. To her feelings. To what she needed and wanted from you. You’d have heard her cry time and time again in bed, lying next to you in the middle of the night.
If you really cared about her, you wouldn’t have taken her for granted. You wouldn’t have fed her hopes with your empty promises, lame excuses, and sweet words. You wouldn’t have made her cry so many times for you. You wouldn’t have played with her heart.
She’s letting go of you because you’re not the person she believed you were. Because you’re not the sweet, charming, loving guy she fell in love with. Because she realized that you weren’t the honest, caring, and devoted lover you pretended you were, but an immature, selfish, manipulative, heartless person.
She’s letting go of you because you and she are not headed in the same direction. Because you don’t see yourself spending the rest of your life with her by your side as she does. Because you don’t see her as a part of your future as she does.
She’s letting go of you because you’re not giving her any reason to stay.
You’re not doing anything to make her stay. You’re not doing anything to show her that your relationship deserves another chance. You’re not doing anything to prove to her that she’s making a mistake leaving you.
She’s letting go of you since she knows you don’t love her enough to prevent her from walking away. You don’t have the guts to talk to and reason with her. You don’t have the strength and courage to own up to your mistakes and apologize for the way you treated her.
So, it’s all over now – she’s letting go of you.
She’s going to close this painful chapter of her life and write a new, happy, and better one.
She’s going to write a new story of her life with someone who will know how to treat and love her right. Someone who will never play with her feelings and push her away. Someone who will fight for her. Someone who will be more than willing to stop her from letting go of him. Someone who will want to keep her.
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