The relationship had been going on for over two years. We had met in University and there was an instant connection. We talked for hours, went on late night walks, and had the most intense conversations. We were so in love.
Chose ‘beating aeroplane’ over sleeping with me
But, recently I had been feeling like something wasn’t quite right. He seemed distant, almost like he was avoiding me.
We used to ‘piak; all the time but now it seemed like he rather ‘beat aeroplane’ than be with me.
At first, I just thought I was being paranoid, but then I started to notice more and more. He was spending less and less time with me and when we did spend time together, he seemed distracted.
I could tell he wasn’t present in the relationship anymore.
Confronted him about it
I finally confronted him about it and he admitted that he was ‘beating aeroplane’ more than sleeping with me.
He said he just wasn’t “in the mood” for it and that it was easier to do it alone.
I was heartbroken. I felt so hurt. How could he do this to me? I loved him so much and I thought he loved me too, but here he was, choosing to ‘beat aeroplane’ rather than be intimate with me.
I knew right then and there that the relationship was over. I couldn’t be with someone who didn’t love me enough to even make an effort to be intimate with me.
Decided to move on
I didn’t know if I was ever going to be able to love someone again, but I knew I had to try. I had to find the strength to move on and find someone who would love me the way I deserved to be loved.
So, that’s what I did. I moved on and eventually found someone who loved me more than anything.
My new boyfriend was so into me, wanting to be intimate with me at anytime possible and he was a far cry better than my ex.
I guess I made the right decision to leave my ex.