Do Men Regret Losing A Good Woman? (How He Feels When He Messed Up)
Have you ever been at the end of a relationship and the only way to feel better about the break up is to convince yourself that he’ll regret breaking up with you? That’s a common coping mechanism, especially if it’s a nasty breakup.
But will he REALLY regret losing you or will you just become a faded memory? Why are YOU stuck in this way of thinking? If the relationship is over, why are you still worried about what he’s feeling?
Today’s episode will explore the DEEPER question of do men regret some of their decisions and explore some reasons why you shouldn’t care so much.
Let’s talk about…Do Men Regret Losing A Good Woman? (How He Feels When He Messed Up)
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I just recently ended a long distance relationship that i typically would of steered clear of he was a recovered addict to just about everything but somewhat clean from heavy drugs except marijuana and alcohol, he was someone from my hometown that I knew, from school we never hung out back then but over the last 13 yrs, he would contact me here and there and ask to meet for dinner when he was in my area but i would always turn him down until this last time we meet and it was instant chemistry, but we had trust issues he said he trusted me but his actions were not in align with that. I have dated here and there after my divorce in 2010 but nothing ever serious until him, i had to search my soul to figure out why i fell so hard when so much wasn’t really what I wanted..i believe it was his upbeat and adventorous spirit..so know even though it was wrong in alot of ways it helps me identify what guy I want in my life, so I take it as a teaching moment..i apoligised to him and told him I have no hate in my heart for him, and of course he had no apology to me for his part in the ending, but I can’t worry about that, that also why I ended it, no personal responsibility. No regret its all growth in personal development.
Jonathon Aslay says
Thanks for sharing…