I apparently cease to exist to my s.o. when I’m not in the room with them. And even then sometimes I’m just some noise in the background and an inconvenience.
Gaurvi Narang @gaurvinaran...
I don’t know why you think you deserve to put up with this. You need to have a conversation about it.
URGHHHHH…WHY ARE PEOPLE LIKE THIS ???
It’s funny how things change. And it makes you wonder sometimes, where did the love go? When I was with my ex, it was a bit similar. He was so sweet to me in person, and otherwise I don’t know if he even ever understood me. My current boyfriend told me something very important and I’ll share that with you. He said, loving someone is a responsibility…the way you love your parents. And the moment you think love is a need, you’re doomed. So, really, we never stop loving those we love.
I guess, what I’m trying to say is, you may love your s/o and there are two ways that that could pan out. You could try your best and communicate, and make it work and come out of this. And the other way is, you may have to let go for your own sanity. Doesn’t mean you love them less, but you just deserve someone who assumes that responsibility of loving you, as promised. And doesn’t just “lose interest” or “fall out of love with you” because that isn’t love.
Simran Patel @simranpatel
Have you tried talking about it? It’s sad how people take their S.O. for granted. But many a times, they’re not even aware about it. Please for your sake, make him/her realise this.