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WOMAN DUMPS BF FOR BEING “TOO NICE”, CHOOSES ANOTHER MAN WHO BEATS HER UP INSTEAD

I know it’s an old topic but it seems to be more and more relevant as days passed by. But this time it happened to me so I need help from any of you to explain.

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In short, my gf broke up with me few years ago. When I asked why she wants to leave, she said “You’re too nice and too good for me”. Thing is, I’m not being like “creepy” nice. I’m just being me. And I treated her well. We didn’t argue or fight for any small reasons. I never raise my voice towards her, and whatever other qualities that is deemed “nice”. You know like care for her, cooked for her, supported her emotionally, mentally, financially, etc.

I didn’t want to force someone to stay when they don’t want to, so I let her go. I did fought for her but I stopped when I know she made up her mind.

So basically…what exactly do girls like this actually want? They want us to cheat? Want us to start being toxic? Want us to spit on their face? What is it? And if we did, do they actually feel loved more?

Also, she ended up being together with someone who’s actually toxic and hits her. She came to me and I saw blue black marks on her face and hands. Pretty sure there’s more on her body as well. She complained that her new bf didn’t treat her with respect. But…when she was with me… That’s what I gave to her…and she didn’t want that? I don’t get it.

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Anyways, it’s not about me trying to be with my ex. I’m okay with her really. I’m together with someone else who appreciates me now. But I’m just posting here asking about the kind of girl my ex is cause nowadays, her kind is appearing more and more. And it makes me curious really.

Would appreciate any answers from anyone here. Thank you for reading.

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