She’s Letting You Go For Good This Time

she’s letting you go
Written by Deborah Carbone

She’s letting you go for good this time because she saw you’ll never change. She saw that you make more excuses than effort, and that you choose to stay the same over improving and becoming a better partner. She saw that you like what’s comfortable, what’s easy, what’s not troubling. She saw that you won’t reciprocate her investment, that you won’t make time for her like she does for you, that you won’t make it work because you simply don’t want to. And she saw that she will always be the only one fighting.

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    She’s letting you go for good this time because she understood that you’ll never love her. She understood that you’ll never accept her for the girl she is. She understood that you love the attention she gives you, that you love having someone be head over heel for you. She understood that you want someone to give you their heart without giving your own. She understood that you’ll never make love a priority in your life. She understood that you won’t love her the way she needs to be loved, the way she deserves to be loved. She understood that the love she’s looking for, you don’t have.

    She’s letting you go for good this time because she realized you’re not the man for her. She realized that you’re not compatible. She realized that you’re wrong for her. She realized that you’ll never work because you’re not meant to be. And she realized that you belong to someone else, that you are someone else’s person. She realized that you’re just another lesson. She realized that she has mistaken you for forever when you were only temporary. She realized that some things don’t work because they’re not supposed to work in the first place. And she realized that she doesn’t deserve you—she deserves better, she deserves more.

    She’s letting you go for good this time because she wants to be happy. She wants to live the best life she could ever life. She wants to be happy, and she knows that you out of all the people don’t make her happy. She wants to be happy because she’s done being the brokenhearted one, she’s done being the one who loves more, she’s done with sad songs. She wants to be happy because for the first time, she’s realizing that she deserves to be happy. And that happiness is closer than she thought it was.

     

    About the author

    Deborah Carbone

    Hi!
    I'm a Life and Relationship Coach with 5 years experience of coaching and training. I work with overwhelmed women guiding them through all kinds of life and career transitions so that they can make big changes in their lives.
    Writing is my passion and I am here to help you through every phase of your life. I hope you'll enjoy.

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