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Thread: Leaving a relationship after the passing of a relative HELP

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    Platinum Member reinventmyself's Avatar
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    Aug 2014
    Originally Posted by Clio
    Imo, what happened was that the death of his father made him take an inventory of what he wants to do with his life and sadly he did not see himself ending up with you i.e. his father's death was a catalyst and not the cause of your break up. .
    I agree with this.

    I didn't see it coming but after the loss of my mother I found myself eliminating certain friends from my life. They weren't bringing any value to begin with, rather taking something and with no return. It wasn't really an issue prior to losing my mother but as Clio put it, a loss such as this quickly forces you to take inventory and with no notice, things just change.

    For several reasons it's best that you just keeping moving forward. He may or may not feel differently at another time. What other choice do you have?

    I am sorry this happened. .for both of you.

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    Platinum Member Cherylyn's Avatar
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    Mar 2019
    I hate to say this but he strung you along. You won't be naive in the future anymore.

    Some men are mature enough to handle a sincere, very honorable promise regarding both of your future plans together and commitment whereas other men are simply boys in a man's body. Some men need to mature and grow up if they ever will.

    There are two types of men when it comes to marriage and family down the road. Those who are serious and those who still wish to be young, carefree and march to the beat of their own drum. They don't want to be tied down and told what to do or have their woman be in "wifey mode."

    Shop around. Make sure your radar is up.

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    Oct 2019
    Thank you and I will.

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