These days, it’s so difficult to have a normal relationship. I mean, I’m not asking for much, just an ordinary relationship with loyalty and commitment. I’m so done dealing with fake love.
Most of us believe and dream about that movie kind of love that feels like you’re walking on clouds. I gave up on that love story long ago because I know it doesn’t exist.
At this point, I’m only looking for someone who’ll be honest with me and love me the same way I love him. Someone who’ll protect me and care about my feelings as much as I do his.
I’m done with players, narcissists, and manipulators.
I get it that it’s difficult to commit to one person, but how mature are you when you’re intentionally stringing someone along? That only happens when you’re an immature boy and a player who cares about quantity and not quality of relationships.
I respect those who say from the very beginning that they don’t want anything serious. But not all men are like that. Most of them are narcissists or manipulators who don’t care about people’s feelings at all and only play with their emotions.
I’m done dealing with those kinds of men.
I’m done with these almost relationships.
Truthfully, nothing in your life should be “almost,” especially not your relationship. We deserve to know what the other person wants from us and should never settle for anything less.
It’s exhausting putting your effort into a man and not knowing if his feelings for me are genuine. I don’t want to waste my precious time on guys who keep me in the dark because they’re looking for someone to feed their fragile ego.
I want a man who knows what he wants and isn’t afraid to go for it.
Most guys believe that showing your emotions is a sign of weakness, but that’s simply not true. You have to open yourself up to the other person if you ever want to experience real love. And that’s something I wish men would finally learn.
It’s just that I’m doing all I can, giving everything that I’ve got, but for nothing. I don’t see any reaction or any type of emotion.
You’re pouring your heart out to this person, screaming and letting everything out, but you only hear the echo of your own words. It hurts when your words aren’t affecting him at all. It drains you of all your energy and willpower.
That’s why I’m done with you, once and for all.
I don’t want your fake love and fake promises. I’m over all of it.
I know I deserve much more than a man who’s insecure about his feelings for me. I deserve someone unafraid to say he loves me. Someone who’ll always be there for me.
And I deserve to experience genuine love. A man who’ll devote his free time to me and won’t run away the moment a problem arises. I need him to give me an explanation when things go south.
I don’t want to sit alone in my bedroom and rack my brain to come up with potential scenarios. Also, I don’t want to doubt myself or my worth just because he’s not sure we’re a match.
I don’t want to blame myself anymore when others leave me. I know I’m not perfect, but I don’t deserve half-love.
That’s why I’m done with us because I know you never loved me.
Perhaps you thought if you said you loved me that I’d believe you. Or maybe you thought that your occasional “I miss you” message was enough to comfort me.
But let me tell you something – these weren’t enough to prove to me that you loved me.
Your messages mean nothing to me if you’re texting them while you’re with another girl at that moment. It means nothing when you’re trying to relieve me of the pain because you’re the one who caused it in the first place.
I’m done dealing with fake love in a relationship because you’re the one who hurt me the most. Your words mean nothing if you can’t back them up with your actions. But then again, when I think about it, you were never good at proving yourself.
I know that I deserve a real man who’ll respect me and my feelings.
I don’t expect him to buy me flowers every day or open doors for me. That I can do by myself. After all, I’m a strong and independent woman.
But I need him to be there for me when I’m insecure about myself and when I’m feeling low. To hug and kiss me and tell me that everything’s going to be alright. I want him to make me feel loved, not like I’m hanging on for dear life to a fake love.
I don’t want another narcissist in my life. Just a real man who knows how to love a woman and keep her by his side.
Until then, I’ll stay single. Because staying in a fake relationship is pointless.