I had been in a relationship with my ex-boyfriend for over six months and I thought it was the real deal. We had gotten so close, and I thought we were really in love.
But then, one day, he suddenly changed and started to become distant. He stopped talking to me and he would never answer my calls or texts. I was so confused, and I had no idea what was going on.
We decided to end things, I told him to come and take his belongings from my place
After a few weeks of this, I finally decided to confront him about it. I went over to his place, and he told me that he didn’t want to be with me anymore. He said that he had met someone else and he wanted to be with her.
I was heartbroken. I couldn’t believe he was leaving me like this, after all the time we had spent together. I was so angry, so hurt, and so confused. I didn’t know what to do.
We eventually agreed to meet up one last time so that he could take his belongings back. I thought this would be an opportunity for us to talk and maybe even work things out, but I was wrong.
He showed up to my place, and all I could think about was the fact that he was the one who broke my heart. I was so angry, and I wanted to tell him how much he had hurt me.
But before I could say anything, he tried to force himself on me. He tried to kiss me and he tried to take me to bed.
It was then that I realized that he just wanted to use me one last time. He had no intention of getting back together, and he was only interested in getting what he wanted.
I was so disgusted and appalled by his behavior, and I quickly pushed him away.
He ran away like a coward upon hearing that my dad was coming up to whack him
I told him that I was never going to let him do this to me, and that he had to leave. I told him that my father was coming up, and that he was going to beat him up if he didn’t leave right away.
He quickly ran off, and I never saw him again.
My ex-boyfriend had tried to take advantage of me one last time, and I was so thankful that I had the courage to stand up to him and make him leave.
I eventually moved on, but I still have nightmares about that day. It was a terrible experience, and it was one that I will never forget.