Relationship Partner with BPD (Straight and LGBT+) => Romantic Relationship | Detaching and Learning after a Failed Relationship => Topic started by: Xeonrebel on October 18, 2019, 04:35:53 PM

Title: Final post (hopefully)
Post by: Xeonrebel on October 18, 2019, 04:35:53 PM
Hi. First of all, i would like to thank every member of this forum for their knowledge, kindness and patience.

In the last 3 years it has been very helpful letting me understand everything i had to in order to understand my, now, exuBPDgf. Honestly, there's a moment when it doesnt matter what you read or what you are hopping to happen next when you say enough is enough and that is what happened to me lately.

at this very moment im not interested in understanding this woman. the way she behaves goes way over everything i've ever seen. and im not interested im wasting my time. not anymore.

so, for me, its farewell from this forum, im now dating a woman that is far from the bpd spectrum and im happy. its time to have fun and live my live the way it should be, without cheating, gaslighting, silent treatment, blocking non-sense, facebook/twitter/instagram mind games, etc etc etc. Just good ol' fashioned communication..

i would like to encourage the same for all of you. put yourself a limit, put yourself in first place. theres a limit where your love for them ends and the love for yourself begins and its never to late to reach that point, its just a matter of knowing when to stop for good and to start living life as it should be. honestly i dont hate her, unfortunaly she is sick and there isnt more i can do for her than she can do for herself.

so farewell my friends. im gonna finish with a sentence that i wrote on a previous post before, like tony stark said: part of the journey is the end.

thanks. yours truly, Xeonrebel...

Title: Re: Final post (hopefully)
Post by: once removed on October 18, 2019, 09:47:23 PM
this board (Detaching/Learning) is also a Dating board.

ive been here for the nearly nine years since my ex and i broke up. it long ago stopped being about her, and started to be about me and my future.

why jump ship from your support group? you can learn things here. you can better yourself here. you can go on to bigger and better things  *)