Relationships are a two-way street and both people should have their needs met for a partnership to proceed and remain in a healthy place. If you don’t have a big percentage of commonalities, morals, and values in a similar mode, then it will be a continual struggle to see eye to eye within your partnership.
I am having a hard time getting over a guy who wasn’t really who I thought he was. Did I make him into a fantasy boyfriend of what I really hoped to have? Did I let his looks and body play a big part in my attraction towards him?
In this me/me world of today, those men and women who show class and good manners will always be held in high esteem and fare much better in the dating world. Word gets around and so does ones’ reputation!
Your partner needs to be made aware of why you have made this life-altering decision. You gave your heart to each other and professed your love to be in this committed relationship. No one should be left hanging trying to piece the breakup puzzle together. You owe it to your partner to be honest and upfront about why you no longer feel a connection with them.
Saying sorry isn’t easy for some people to do because of their stubborn pride or ego. They may be very uncomfortable showing any vulnerability whatsoever. This needs to be adhered to! It is not a form of weakness to admit when you might be wrong about something or that you may have over-reacted towards your partner.
Everything starts out so well! It’s very exciting to have a reciprocated connection with someone you REALLY like. The romance is fast & furious and you are thinking; “at last I have finally met my person!” There is so much texting back and forth and things seem to be going amazingly well! Then all of a sudden you get ghosted and never hear from them again!