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• Either because of the circumstances or because of your natural disposition, you acted anxious and needy.• Your insecurity either suffocated him or pushed him away to the point that he was willing to break up with you.
If you expect love to come in words…you could be waiting a very long time. Let them open the door for you or change that light bulb you can’t reach. All they want in return is to be appreciated and thanked.
Ultimately, I just want to know that I was right to feel the concern I felt due to the lack of progress? I am fearful that perhaps I pushed him away and he may not come back to me when all is said and done.
I also wonder if this is so easy for him that he will never get divorced and settle for a life of being roommates with his wife. If it was “right,” you wouldn’t have written this letter to me.
• You’re not even his girlfriend, yet you think you have the right to tell him what to do with his marriage, separation and divorce.
You are exhibiting all the feelings of a woman in love – the high highs, the low lows, the obsessive thinking, the lack of perspective, the need to put his feelings before yours – but this is not love.
For a man, this is like dating another man and he isn’t interested in dating men.