It wasn’t supposed to turn out like this.

It wasn't supposed to turn out like this.

I regret suggesting a break.

It wasn’t supposed to turn out like this.

I was just upset.

7 Comments on “It wasn’t supposed to turn out like this.

  1.  by  Anonymous

    I had two friends who were dating and did the same thing.I was really sad for them and wished they didnt do it. Even though it is still hard for both of them, I realized that some things unexplainable are there for a reason. Whatever happens, I wish you luck 🙂

  2.  by  anonymous

    Sometimes, when you’re upset, you make hasty decisions, and say things hoping that the other person would realise how much you are upset and would respond. Most of the time, it doesn’t work out like that. But I think that after your emotions subside, you realise how you feel, and you aren’t driven by anger. They probably feel the same way toward you as they did before you suggested the break. If you give them another chance, perhaps you can re-set and set aside the ‘break’. Just explain that you were upset, and you don’t want to anymore. The worse case scenario is that you’ll know what they want and you wont agonise about not knowing whether there is a chance.

  3.  by  anonymous

    My college boyfriend, the only guy I’ve been BOTH intimate and completely honest with, and I broke up almost a year ago.

    It was my suggestion. And I still regret it. Because I lost my best friend, the only guy who’s ever going to get my whole heart, and the guy I thought I was going to spend the rest of my life with.

    Things do get better, life moves on. You meet new people and start to heal and get back into the swing of things. But sometimes, there’s that one person that no matter what you do or how happy you become or who you meet….they stay in the back of your mind. And you find yourself thinking about them before you fall asleep.

    Who knows, maybe you and this person will get back together. Maybe my ex and I will get back together. But if there’s anything I’ve learned, life doesn’t stop because of a break up. If it’s meant to be, it will be. And in the mean time, use the break as an opportunity to do the things you’ve always wanted to do but put on hold because of spending time with that person. Maybe you’ll realize that person wasn’t actually for you at all, and you just didn’t want to admit it to yourself. Or maybe you’ll become a magnetic person that draws them back in. Either way, don’t stop living.

  4.  by  RS

    Don’t regret, just live. If it’s meant to happen, it will. Chances are if you “didn’t mean it” and it just “slipped out”, but you *still* broke up, then you both had been thinking it for a while and didn’t want to admit it to yourself. Give it time.

  5.  by  Irina

    This is my secret, it blows me away that someone else the same secret as me… I never though he would say no, I never thought my simple suggestion for a break. I just want him back so much, but I feel like I’ll never be happy again.

  6.  by  Karl

    I fantasised that the reply by anonymous on the 2nd of january 2012 was my ex girlfriend who suggested a break about a year ago. I think of her every night before bed and first thing in the morning.

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