You love her. That’s understandable. She’s lovable.

But some people hate her. Some hate her so much that you start thinking that hate hadn’t really been invented before they met her. And let’s face it, that’s part of her charm. She ticks off the people you don’t like. And ever since you’ve known her she’s been attacked by your enemies and even sadly, some of your friends. She’s too good for them, you told yourself. She makes them feel their own worth and they hate her for it. That’s what you told yourself.

And you told yourself she was misunderstood. Even when she messed up, somehow her eccentricities made her more appealing to you.

And let’s not forget she’s THE most beautiful woman you’ve ever been associated with. That’s no small part. So you defended her when everyone else attacked her.

You envisioned a future with her. You imagined the next eight years of bliss with the woman of your dreams. And she never exactly came out and said that you two would always be together but she certainly didn’t dissuade you from thinking it. And then one random Friday she comes in unannounced into your living room and she declares that it’s just not working out.

What!? You’re befuddled. You think you heard her wrong.

“You’re leaving me?” you ask.

“No,” she says. “I’m taking our relationship down a new road. I’ve accomplished what I wanted to accomplish here and now we’re going on together but not in the same way…and I don’t like how everyone’s attacking me and I have other things I want to do that may or may not include you.”


And then she walks out. And there you are you’re sitting there not even sure if you’re broken up or not. You don’t know what to feel. All your friends are laughing at you. Your enemies are howling and jeering, “We told you she was crazy.”

She updates her Facebook and she Tweets but you still don’t know what the heck is going on.

And your sick first reaction is you start defending her saying she was even too good for you. But soon it start sinking in. It’s over. There’s no getting around it. It’s over. Some people around you are saying it might not be but in your heart you just know it is.

And you still want her to be happy but you don’t know if she’s the right one for you anymore. Some people are saying that she’s brilliant and others are saying it’s awful but you still don’t know what’s going on.

“Are we broken up?” you ask yourself. And you really don’t know.

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