Post # 1
After months of posting “vents” about my relationship, I think I’m done with this relationship. SO and I haven’t spoken since our last disagreement and I’m just tired of feeling like I deserve better. I kept trying to stick in there because I know no relationship is perfect and every relationship takes work. I do love him but I’m tired of fighting and he’s starting to be not worth it. Maybe it’s me, maybe I should have more tolerance and patience idk. I don’t even care to call him and tell him I’m done. My girlfriends say I should call him and get closure. Right now I’m like “f*ck closure”. I’m done with “talking things out” almost every other week. I really need a break fom dating I’m sick and tired of the whole thing. Have any of you gotten to this point?
Post # 3
I think this is what we call “the breaking point.” Do what’s best for you. I don’t know your specific situation (like if you live together, etc) but I would say give it a few days so you can have a rational conversation breaking it off. It’s only fair to let him know, but you don’t need to “work it out” if you don’t want to!
Post # 4
Many times! Not with my fiancé though of course. it sounds like the relationship has run its course and it’s time to move on.
Post # 5
Do what’s best for you, hon. I’ve been at this point with my ex, and a month or so before I broke up with him, I went and found an apartment, signed a lease, and started moving my stuff out while he was at work.
Relationships do take work, but they should NOT take as much work as you’ve been doing. That’s ridiculous.
Post # 6
@MrsWe: I have hit that point (but not with DH). He worked nights, so I would sneak out while he was sleeping until I found a place, and started moving out while he was sleeping or at work!
I did NOT need closure–I needed OUT!
Post # 7
@MrsWe: HUGS. I’m sorry you’ve reached this point, but it’s also kinda good you have. It might be a good time for you to chill and spend some time on yourself 🙂
Post # 8
Been there. And that is why he is my ex. I never regretted leaving him and I never felt the need to explain it to him either. He either knew me well enough to see what had gone wrong or didn’t know me well enough understand my reasoning.
Post # 9
I’m sorry you’ve reached this point, but do what you need to do for yourself.