You have seriously considered breaking up with him — but then you felt like an asshole because he’s so nice and technically hasn’t done anything to warrant a breakup. Technically he’s a great guy.
As hard as it is to end a toxic relationship, it’s even harder to end a healthy one. You wonder if you’re giving up prematurely. If you’re doing the wrong thing.
He doesn’t care about who he hurts, as long as he ends up happy. As long as he gets his way. As long as he gets to have his fun with you.
Date the guy who will go out of their way for you whether it’s to see you or do you a favor without expecting anything in return.
Avoid the guy who makes you question yourself. The guy who makes you think you’re the problem. The guy who keeps you up at night wondering if he’s thinking about you, wondering if he misses you and wondering if he’ll call. Avoid the guy who makes you sleep with tears in your eyes.
The question we want to answer is “Why do guys say that you’re too good for him and that he doesn’t deserve you?”
I think the #1 cause of divorce is relationship-damaging behavior by men who honestly don’t recognize it. Good men with good intentions who damage their wives’ emotional and mental health with behaviors they don’t understand to be as damaging as they are.
The truth is she doesn’t do boring well. She doesn’t do average.
Just because you have what looks to be a good life on the outside doesn’t mean you have a good life on the inside. It doesn’t mean you’re not fighting constant battles and trying to convince yourself you’re fine.
Stop texting the guy that puts in zero effort. You shouldn’t have to text him first every single time. You shouldn’t have to carry all the conversations. You shouldn’t have to give your everything when he gives you nothing.