You know what, I find sympathy-seeking threads like this rather asinine.
I don't give a rat's $ what any of the 'white knight' rejects in this thread say about what I'm going to tell you, because they're lying to you and
You broke up with him. Regardless ot whether or not he really loved you or not, you never loved him, so just stop with the sob story about how you
think love doesn't exist.
If you did love him, you wouldn't have broke up with him, period. You don't break up with someone because they aren't changing to what you want them
to be. You either love them for who they are or you don't love them at all.
If you did actually love this person, to begin with, then there would never be a question if you should stay with him or not. You would be the one
willing to compromise anything to stay with them. I think you have grossly misunderstood what love is. It's not someone else's blind devotion to YOU
to make you happy, it's YOUR OWN blind devotion to them. It's selfish, stupid and immature to expect anything in this world to behave how you want it
While it may be true that he never loved you either, that's wholly irrelevant. You broke up with him, because deep down you accepted that he wasn't
the person you really loved. If you had truly loved this person, nothing he could have done would be able to dissuade your affections. Why? Because
you would have loved everything about this person, which you obviously you did not.
Again, this is completely discounting how he feels about you, because if you love someone, how they feel about you does not ultimately matter, because
as long as they stay with you, you will NEVER truly know for sure how they feel about you. That's an undeniable truth, and must be taken upon as your
complete faith in that person. People are not psychics or mind readers, and everyone is capable of deceit. So your own commital to this person is the
only thing you can ever be sure of, and clearly there was no commital if you left him.
So say what you will of me, I do not care one bit. You did not love this person, and you know what? You may not even be capable of loving another
person at all, since you haven't even understood all this time what love really is. It's not a selfish endeavor. It's the absolute least selfish
emotion you are capable of.
Also I'm not standing up for your ex either. He may not care about you at all, or feel anything. That's still besides the point.
I am incensed that you could claim that 'love doesn't exist' when you don't even know what love is. Alot of Women I've known also do not understand
what love is, either. I would be willing to wager that this problem is entirely a cultural phenomenon among people in the West. Selfless devotion is
almost alien here.
Anyways, why don't you spend some real long and hard thought on what you're really feeling. It isn't love, because if it was there is nothing that
would be able to keep you from that person, regardless if the feeling wasn't mutual, since 'love' is not a feeling wholly dependant on being
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