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Blocking Him Saved My Life, I'm Better Now


I blocked him so he could do his own thing. It wasn't an easy decision, but it was necessary for my own well-being. I needed to protect myself from getting hurt or falling deeper in love with someone who couldn't give me what I needed.


Our relationship had been tumultuous from the start. He was charming and charismatic, but also unreliable and emotionally distant. I found myself constantly questioning his intentions and feeling insecure about where I stood with him. It was exhausting, and I knew I deserved better.


I tried to give him the benefit of the doubt, hoping that he would change or that things would improve between us. But as time went on, it became clear that he wasn't capable of meeting my needs or being the partner I was looking for. I realized that I needed to take control of the situation and protect myself from further heartache.


Blocking him was a way for me to create distance and give myself the space I needed to heal and move on. It was a way for me to assert my boundaries and prioritize my own emotional well-being. I couldn't continue to invest my time and energy into someone who wasn't willing to do the same for me.


I knew that blocking him would be a shock to him, and that he might not understand why I was doing it. But I had to prioritize myself and my own happiness. I couldn't continue to put myself in a vulnerable position, hoping for something that was never going to happen.


Blocking him was a way for me to take back control of my life and my emotions. It was a way for me to assert my independence and show myself that I was strong enough to walk away from a situation that wasn't serving me. It was a way for me to protect my heart and my sanity. I am sure he would be fine with it, he was single and living his life. He wouldn't miss me anyway.


In the end, blocking him was the best decision I could have made. It allowed me to focus on myself and my own needs, rather than constantly worrying about someone who couldn't give me what I deserved. It was a way for me to assert my worth and show myself that I deserved better. And most importantly, it was a way for me to protect myself from getting hurt or falling deeper in love with someone who wasn't capable of loving me back.

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May 28
Rated 4 out of 5 stars.

I have been going back and forth with a situation similar to this one. Thank you. It's rough. I need therapy.

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