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One year and half didn’t mean much, he broke up anyway

The experience shared in this week’s #BreakUp Series simply explain to us that the length of a relationship doesn’t matter as much as the strength of the love shared between both partners. A person could be pretending in love for more than three years and walk out the door at any moment he runs out of ideas. It takes you to be certain of what you feel, and be sure your partner feels same to really take a relationship to the next level. Shade’s experience also tells us not to rush into relationships. Take your time, understand the basics, and you can avoid break up stories just like the one you are about to read below.

I dated this guy for a year and a half before we broke up. We were great together, we spent every day together. He was so crazy in love with me and did everything to make me happy. I never thought the day would come when we would break up.

A few months after the first full year of our relationship, I started to notice a change in him. We argued a lot and I finally just realized that he wasn’t the one for me. The night we broke up he was at my friend’s house, and barely a month later they were officially going out.

My friend lived in Ondo State. I can’t explain how he met her and how they clicked so fast without my knowledge. I also can’t figure how he moved on from a year and a half relationship so fast.

Now, my break up with him makes me question everything. While he is out with his new girl and having the best time, I am stuck with all the heart ache. I’ve never felt so betrayed in my life. The girl was one of my friends. I hope that he gets what is coming towards him one day. I hope one day he hurts as much as I’ve been hurting. It’s getting easier with time, but I still have days like today where I am angry, hurt and bitter.

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Just like I broke up, has anyone had a similar experience? How did you see it through? Kindly advise me.

– Shade. A.



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