You’re Not Crazy — You’re Being Breadcrumbed

You’re Not Crazy — You’re Being Breadcrumbed

Why do we tolerate this?

A part of me always thought it was rude. If I liked them and I didn’t respond well…then they’d never like me. Maybe they’d think I was uninterested. Maybe *gulp* I’d lose them.

I guess I’ve made an executive decision.

As the CEO of my own heart and mind, to cut people off. To send a message. One that is clear and concise. One that they can learn immediately.

Sometimes, there is no more playing nice. When they disappear, re-appear, and then vanish off the face of god’s green earth, it traps you in a cycle. It makes you think about them — No, obsess about them.

This article was originally published on PS I Love You. Relationships Now.

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