I broke up with my girlfriend this weekend. It all started when we were laying in bed. She asked me if I even really liked her. So I told her some nice things about herself. But that caused me to seriously rethink my relationship with her. I realized that she was about 100 times more interested in me than I was in her.
The next day this was all I could think about. I came to realize that the only thing I really liked about our relationship was the talks we would have after sex. But I always like that, (no matter who the girl is). You can't really base a relationship on that.
I decided I had to end it before I hurt her. But I had never really broken up with a girl before, (well I did once when I was 15, but that hardly counts). I was very nervous about actually doing it. Finally she called. I told her that I didn't think we should date anymore. That I could see that she was a lot more interested in me than I was in her. I said that I didn't think that was fair to her. "I'm sorry", I said.
She took it very well. I would have felt so much better if she would have yelled at me or something, (I have no idea why).
So now I am single again. I never thought I would be the one to end a relationship. In the past I always stuck things out no matter how bad they got. This begins a new phase in my life. I don't need somebody else to make me feel good about myself, (especially if I am not right for them).
btw-she was a noder