There are so many reasons not to fully commit to someone. When I say “commit,” I don’t just mean updating your relationship status on Facebook – I’m talking about really wanting to make a life with someone. It’s a tricky thing: maybe you’re too young for a relationship, or you rushed into it, or you have very different goals, or maybe you just want to keep having sex with other people.
Things eventually get sour and you guys split up (or they get tired of you bulls*** and dump you), but you stay friends. Maybe they even agree that there’s a chance you can get back together if you put in the work on improving yourself. She’ll come back, right?
Your perfect woman will not be there for you because she was already “grieving your loss,” while you were acting like a jerk. Once she’s done…she’s done. She will move on. Scientific Twitter Research has shown this to be true.
Twitter user Rev Rell give us some background information on her friend who let “the one” get away.
But did he do any sort of soul-searching to figure out what he really wanted? Spoiler: no.
The fact that his former girlfriend had actually moved on surprised him. Why? Dunno.
Oh, dear. A misunderstanding. She probably couldn’t make herself clear because she was too busy hurling his shit out the window.
So, just want to put this out there now: Stalking is not romantic.
Not suprisingly, other Twitter-ites agreed.
Such a good friend and so much good stuff here. ARE YOU TAKING NOTES??
Basically he needs her to make him a better man for someone else.
Take people for granted much?
The cloistered nun convent must have been closed.
Is six months in the breakup handbook?
It’s perfectly acceptable to cry at weddings.
I bet hearing this guy whine about losing the girl has been a real pleasure for all his friends.
These are things people need to know.
Real love advice on Twitter. Appreciate the people that love you and never take them for granted. And, if you did lose, then lose gracefully and let her find happiness.