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Listen To Me: You Will All Regret Losing The Person Who Always Waited For You


People, listen to me. Don’t let a good person go.

Don’t believe in the bullshit that if a person loves you they will love you no matter what and they will wait for you to build your career, and achieve everything you ever wanted before you decide to settle down and choose to be with them.

I know it sounds great and “natural” to you, but luckily, that’s not the case.

We are not living in a romantic comedy, and I am sorry to be the bearer of bad news and to disappoint you, but good people are not naïve anymore. They won’t wait for you to get your shit together and then decide if you want to be with them or not. They won’t wait for you to see whether the grass is greener on the other side.

Yes, they may give you a second chance, a third chance, fourth, or even a fifth chance. But, when they decide they are done – they are done for real. You can’t bring back a good person who has seen your manipulations.

They gave you many chances before because they believed in you and your potential. They believed you are also a good person and you will never break their heart. They believed in the future you two could have had together.

But, once they have had enough, once they are done with you there is no force that can bring them back.

No sane person no matter how good and understanding they are can be talked into staying into a toxic and abusive relationship. No one has the right to imprison them like that and play games with their pure hearts until you make up your mind and decide what you want in life.

Therefore, if you have a small amount of humanity left in you, you should leave them alone and let them move on with their life peacefully.

But, of course, in the end, you will regret letting them go. Why? Because they were always there for you. They stayed with you through everything. And the moment they are gone is the moment that you will realize their value.

You had everything with them, and you let it all fall apart. It’s your fault only. You know what they say, “you’ve made your bed, now lie in it.”

Mary Wright