You’ve been there…
The guy who you wanted more than anything decided to leave and so you are left there picking up the pieces. Alone, heartbroken, and questioning what you did to deserve this.
But finally, you are moving on, happy with how things are going. You’ve repaired yourself and you are slowly moving on from a boy who never loved you the way you loved him.
And then bam, you get that, “I miss you” text from you know who. It catches you off guard and your heart starts racing.
The feelings you had been so good at holding back come rushing back to the surface. You don’t know whether to cuss him out or actually, give him a chance. You’re so confused that you’re holding back anger and tears.
But, maybe he really does miss you?
Maybe he wants to start over, and realized he really messed up?
But let me stop you there… He doesn’t think that. He doesn’t miss you he just needs company. He is lonely and needs someone to give him attention so he can satisfy his self-righteous and conceited attitude.
And you know what? You are better than that! You don’t need a guy who made you feel all those feelings. Who made you think he loved you when all he was doing was feeding his ego. You don’t deserve someone playing you as if you are a toy.
You are a beautiful woman who deserves real love, not love that depends on getting girls attention or not. Your feelings are real and you’re allowed to feel hurt, confused, and angry about it. But the medicine he deserves is you ignoring him.
He doesn’t deserve you, we all know that. Even deep down you know that. So make yourself feel powerful. Delete that text, delete his number, go out with your girlfriends and meet a cute boy to chat with.
Maybe now he can get a little taste of how it feels to get hurt. Especially, when he likes to make every girl fall head over heels for him. And in return, crushes them, just because he can.
He deserves a little pain, don’t you agree? So, be stronger than his loneliness and prove to him you are so much better without him in your life. That you’re happy and you don’t want or need his, “I miss you” texts because he doesn’t deserve to be able to miss you in the first place.
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