Disguised as love, these losers (cheaters) come in our lives to make our lives miserable as Courtney describes. They move from one individual to another, spreading the kind of negativity that they themselves suffer from. The worst outcome of such interactions with cheaters is that your own loyal and innocent love could become twisted just like these cheaters. Best way to avoid ending up like the ones we used to love is create a healthy distance from them and recoup before finding true love again. These losers (cheaters) are aplenty but genuine and honest love like Courtney has, is so rare, yet real and out there for someone really lucky.
I don’t know where this story starts. Is it when I moved back to Ontario, a week and a half ago? Or maybe a month ago when I decided to leave Prince Edward Island? Is it in February when I was pulled over on the side of the road, crying, because my partner said he wouldn’t fight for us? Does it go back to June 22, 2019, when my partner told me he didn’t know if he was still “in” our relationship? Or maybe, was it when we made the decision to move across the country, together? I keep replaying the timeline backwards and forwards, trying to make it all make sense. No matter which way I slice it, I just feel lost, confused, and alone.
Leaving the person I’ve loved, and still love, for nine years to move back home has been extremely difficult. I cried for two weeks…
View original post 572 more words