You taught me that a weak man can’t love a strong woman.
Strong women have never been easy to love. They know their worth and they know how much they’re capable of.
If you asked them to live their whole life on their own, trust me, they could do it.
When you combine a strong woman with a weak man, you get yourself a bad combination that could never work.
Our relationship was exactly like that.
Even though I never asked you for too much, you always failed to deliver.
All I wanted was your support and I kept doing my own thing, without making you do things for me.
I always knew what I wanted from life and I’ve been working to achieve that my whole life.
When I met you, I wanted to make you a part of my plan too. I wanted to have you in my life, as you seemed like a great person.
Soon, I realized that we weren’t even close to being a dream team. We were more like a match made in hell.
I never asked you to do anything for me. You were supposed to be there, share my happiness with me, and live your own life.
I never asked you to prove your love to me or to move mountains for me.
Instead, I needed you to be supportive of my goals and to learn to love a strong woman who was capable of everything on her own.
But you proved to me that the two of us could never stay together as the differences were too great.
You taught me that a weak man can’t love a strong woman, as I was too intimidating for your shallow points of view.
In the beginning, it seemed like you didn’t have an issue with me being the independent woman I was.
Even though people think that we live in a society where we can ask for equality, I have faced numerous guys who wouldn’t let me act the way I wanted.
So, when I found you, it seemed like you were different. You tried to let me be my own person but it soon all fell apart.
I became too much for you and as time passed, you tried to control me more and more.
You tried to put me in a cage, even though you knew I could never let you do that.
I was too strong of a woman to live my life restricted by a man’s limitations, so I immediately walked away.
You taught me that a weak man can’t love a strong woman because I received a lot more attention than you could deal with.
Whenever we went somewhere, I was always the center of attention.
I never had trouble speaking up and expressing my opinions and you couldn’t accept that.
You tried to shape me into a version that would suit you better – something quieter; something less open.
But that was never who I was and you knew that I could never agree to that. Still, you insisted, thinking that I would break under the pressure.
Darling, women like me don’t break easily. We know what we want from life and we work for it.
We cross the constraints that people set for us and we always prove to them that we’re capable of amazing things.
You taught me that a weak man can’t love a strong woman because I never begged for your love.
I loved myself enough and I never needed you to get me out of trouble.
I didn’t need you to save me – I needed you to support me but it looked like you couldn’t do that.
You wanted to be my hero but you failed to realize that I already had one. I was my own hero and the main character of my story.
I could have pretended to be smaller than I was but why would I have done that? To make you feel bigger? To make you feel better than me?
No, I could never have agreed to that, as it goes against everything I am. And my main goal is to be happy with my own decisions.
You taught me that a weak man can’t love a strong woman because you always expected me to go running into your arms whenever I faced an issue.
But that’s not how I work. I’ve been through hell and back so I know how hard life can get.
I know how much I’ve sacrificed to be the person I am today and because of that, I now know how to face problems on my own.
I never needed your shoulder to cry on as I don’t let other people see me when I’m weak. It was always difficult for you to accept that.
You wanted me to be like all the other women but you knew that I couldn’t do that. I was different from the very beginning.
Nevertheless, you still wanted me to need you to fight for me. You wanted me to want you and to act like a damsel in distress.
No matter how much you insisted, I could never make your wish come true. I could have fought for you but I never could have let you fight for me.
My battles are only mine and it will always remain that way.
Even though you knew that from the very beginning, you couldn’t handle me being stronger than a woman is expected to be.
You taught me that a weak man can’t love a strong woman because you don’t know how to love yourself.
I could have given you unconditional love but it wouldn’t have made a difference as you always doubted yourself.
Your self-esteem was low and it destroyed the balance of our relationship. I was too strong for you and you were too weak for me.
No matter how hard we would have tried, it would always remain like that.
We live in two different worlds. Yours is one of the rules and expectations of other people.
Mine is the one that I created on my own and I could never let other people guide me through it.