PavillionExz Posted October 1, 2017 Share Posted October 1, 2017 I just recently got out of a relationship. One that I thought would be the one. Her and I decided we wanted different things and we were growing apart. So now it's over. That was in August. I actually took to the break up better than I thought. But what I didn't expect, is to fall for someone within the first month. She was a coworker at the time. She was also going through a breakup. So we had that in common. We also had a tremendous amount of other things in common that we never knew until we started talking at work. (Note: We only began talking because someone spread a rumor that we were when before that we barely spoke to one another.) Come to find out, we both found the other attractive when we first saw each other. But we were both in a relationship. Anyway, we started talking, she would come to work on her days off to hang out with me and I would do the same for her. We never hung out outside of work except when everyone from work would meet and eat out on a payday weekend. We both felt this spark, being together was easy, it felt right. And the two coworkers who knew about us said the same, they could see how happy we were together. She is amazing. Beautiful mind, beautiful personality, and beautiful appearance. Just amazing. She was an anomaly so beautiful and such a geek when it came to comics. Batman in particular. So things progressed. The furthest we had gotten was making out every now and then when we would work together. As amazing as things were. One day she text me saying that she couldn't continue doing what we were doing. It crushed her to see me. Then be with her bf who could tell something was going on with her. She couldn't do that to him. She loved him. And even though I didn't want to. Even though til this day I still think about her and miss her from the moment I wake up to the moment I go to bed. What else could I say but okay? I lied and said I had been thinking the same. That I hadn't thought about how her bf could be feeling. I tried to be as understanding as possible. For her sake. Not his. And certainly not mine. It killed me. We decided to stay friends. But tell me. How can you be friends with someone you have such strong feelings for? Someone you had yet to get to completely know? So now. As you have conversations, and learn more about one another. More things you like about this amazing person. But can't say anything that you left unsaid because you fear you will tear them apart? My question is. Do I let her go. Or do I still my guts in hopes she feels the same and was just afraid? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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