25 Heartbreaking Reasons Why People Decided To Breakup With Their Significant Other

25 Heartbreaking Reasons Why People Decided To Breakup With Their Significant Other
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“I had a miscarriage, and he said I was lying about it.”
“I realised it after I had a miscarriage and he told me I was lying about it. To make it worse, he ejected me from his home because I refused to sleep with him because, as he put it, ‘Sleeping next to you hurts because you’re blue-balling me.’ If my balls are blue, what good is a girlfriend?'”

 “I found out that he’s dating someone else.”
“My ex said flatly that he would not be spending my birthday with me because we had been arguing often recently. Later, I discovered that he had hooked up with another girl that day, and that he had finally abandoned me for her.”

“I used to complain about her and how obnoxious she was.”
“I would always complain about her and how irritating she was when I was out with my friends.” When my friends took me somewhere, I’d find myself staring at and flirting with other women. It took her finding out for me to realise I was no longer in love.”

“I discovered he was screwing one of my colleagues.”
After I started a new job at a store where we both applied, he didn’t bother to contact me for a month. I assumed he was envious and assumed I’d just have to wait for him to get over it, but then I discovered he’d been screwing one of my colleagues since I’d started the job. She was someone I used to think of as more than just a coworker. When I was sadder about the loss of my friendship with her than the loss of my relationship with him, I realised I was no longer in love with him. When my security guard friend agreed to ban him from the store for harassing the employees, I finally felt relieved.”

“Rather than accompanying me to the ER, he looked at me and said he had other things he wanted to do.”
We’d been dating for about ten years. A brain tumour was removed from my son during surgery. My son was finally able to return home. I noticed he had a spinal fluid leak out of his nose the next morning. I dashed to our bedroom to inform my boyfriend and encourage him to get ready because we needed to return my son to the hospital right away. Instead of accompanying me to the ER, he looked at me and said he had other things he wanted to do. ‘Being struck with a 2×4’ is an understatement. I had no choice but to leave the ER after my son’s spinal fluid leak was reported. I sobbed uncontrollably; in truth, I balled my eyes out. After that, I sent my BF a very long text telling him to pack up his shit and to get out of my house!”

“He’d make up stories about the tiniest details, like what he ate for lunch.”
“He would lie about the tiniest information, such as what he ate for lunch and other such stuff. He once told me he was eating a burger, only to discover later that he was eating pasta. What I don’t care about is what you eat, so why are you lying about things like that? That was when I learned he was a serial liar. I eventually discovered that he was cheating on me, that he had lost his job, and that he had done other things while we were together. However, he still lied about the cheating and the unemployment.”

“I’ve reached the point where I can’t bear my boyfriend any longer.”
“Right now, I’m falling out of love. I’ve had it with my boyfriend and can’t take him any longer. He’s shallow, uneducated, and lazy, while I adore art, culture, knowledge, music, and science, among other things. We’re diametrically opposed. As I began to learn more about who he is, the glimmering love journey we were once on came crashing down. It’s a nightmare.”

“I knew I’d been squandering her time.”
“I asked my two-year-old GF if she could try to be a little more romantic, and she told me, “I can’t give you that right now.” I walked away because I knew I was wasting her time.”

“He was just too pessimistic.” My ex had mental health issues, but he refused to accept them despite my best efforts to support and assist him. He was just so pessimistic, and he’d go through phases where the tiniest thing would send him over the edge. I eventually understood he had two options: seek psychiatric treatment or leave my life. I informed him it was time for him to leave because he didn’t like the ultimatum. I have no regrets. I liked him, but there’s just so much negativity you can put up with when someone refuses to help themselves. He was poisonous.”

“He was physically, mentally, and verbally abusive.”
“When I left, my ex-husband and I had been together for 15 years and married for almost 13 years. He was physically, mentally, and verbally violent. My father was involved in an accident and spent almost two months in intensive care before passing away. He would become enraged if I tried to spend time at the hospital. My entire family was present at my father’s bedside the day he died: my mother, my brother and his wife and children, my sister and her husband and children, and me — alone.

Then, after years of trying, I discovered I was expecting a child. I miscarried shortly after we found out, and I was heartbroken. He pretended to be unconcerned.

“He was just too pessimistic.” My ex had mental health issues, but he refused to accept them despite my best efforts to support and assist him. He was just so pessimistic, and he’d go through phases where the tiniest thing would send him over the edge. I eventually understood he had two options: seek psychiatric treatment or leave my life. I informed him it was time for him to leave because he didn’t like the ultimatum. I have no regrets. I liked him, but there’s just so much negativity you can put up with when someone refuses to help themselves. He was poisonous.”

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