You’ll lose them when you start seeing them as an option when they made it perfectly clear that you are their number one priority.
You’ll lose them every time you distance yourself from them when all they’ve ever done was choosing you – every single day.
You’ll be losing the love of your life little by little every time you make them overthink. Every time you plant the seeds of doubt into their pure and gentle heart.
You’ll lose the person who means the world to you when you decide to lie to them and toy with their emotions.
You’ll lose the person who only wants to be yours when you refuse to commit to them and give them your heart.
You’ll be losing them any time you leave them feeling empty.
You’ll lose them when you start using them for your own selfish needs, physically or emotionally.
You’ll lose this extraordinary person whenever you separate yourself from them and then come back as if nothing has happened.
You’ll lose them every time you raise your voice and offend them. Every time a tear streams down their face because of you.
You will lose your person when you start playing games. When you begin to ignore their calls and texts just to test their patience and mess with their head.
You’ll lose them when you play hot and cold with them. When you bring them closer to you only to leave them alone again.
You’ll lose them when you act as if you love them, but you don’t love them enough to commit to them in a real way.
You’ll lose the person who is always there for you when you let them fight alone for your relationship.
You’ll lose them when your sweet words cease to match your actions.
You’ll lose the person who wants to be with you when you don’t treat them the way they deserve to be treated, and you let someone else take the chance to treat them better.
You’ll lose your person when you stop answering their calls and leaving them wondering where they stand in the relationship with you and whether you still love them.
You will lose them when they decide that they are done. When they walk away but they see that you are not going after them.
You’ll lose them when they no longer can find a reason to stay…
And it will be at the moment you lose them that you will realize what they meant to you. But, of course, it will be too late to bring them back.
After all, you know what they say – you made your bed, now lie in it.
I am currently writing my first book titled “Inside The Narcissist’s Psyche: His Ability To Make Victims Stay With Him Even Though The Pain They’re Feeling Is Unbearable” If you are interested to take a glimpse at it, follow this link and tell us whether you like the subject so that we can send you a free chapter after we publish it.