Love. It is the most beautiful word in the dictionary. Everyone wants it and even chases it. Love is the most beautiful feeling one can have. It fills your life with everything even when you have nothing. But, what if the love you have turns into a nightmare?
Here is a story of a straight woman who was deeply in love with her long-time lesbian partner, but was betrayed and was devastated. They’ve been together for three years living the life every lesbian couple could imagine.
She trusted her lesbian partner. She caters to her needs and all that goes with the role of a housewife. She thinks that everything in their lesbian relationship was okay and that they will never separate ways. They promised to be together for the rest of their lives.
It turns out that her lesbian partner has a lesbian affair with another woman. She was very devastated. She never expected her lesbian partner to betray her after all that she did for her. The lesbian partner she thinks she will have for the rest of her life is having a lesbian affair with another woman.
Breaking up with someone you love is the most painful and stressful thing that you can feel specially if your partner betrayed you. The person you thought you could trust and count on is no longer the person you believed them to be.
I would like to share how I deal with my emotions after the break up. I had a relationship with someone whom I’ve known during my teen age days. Being in love will let you feel the happiest and the loneliest moments of your life. I am happy, seeing how happy she is with me feeling the love and care we shared. After three years together we broke up. Breaking up with someone you still love is hard however more pain will be caused by trying to stay together if the relationship truly cannot work out.
How dumb am I not to recognize the signs. Staying with someone having an affair with someone else is not worth the effort . I can’t believe I wasted so much time and effort on a partner who didn’t appreciate what I’ve done.
I am angry with myself, with my ex partner and I feel so lost, alone and confused. It came to a point that ” I want to die now” to stop the pain. I keep wondering when the pain is ever going to stop. Trying to stop crying but the tears just keep coming. Finding it hard to focus on anything and thinking I am a total failure of love and never have the kind of relationship I want. I don’t know how to get to the next step. I kept asking myself. Is it time to move on, but how?
Leaving the past behind is hard enough. I’m stuck in my room almost everyday and that makes me more crazy. Until I found myself letting go of the anger and pain. I need to accept that our relationship is over, and there will be no turning back. Contacts should be stopped. I know I am not the only woman to have experienced this kind of heartache. I am having a hard time moving on but I must do something. I go to church regularly and pray. Prayers helps a lot to regain my strength. I go out with friends and having fun, and shared my sorrows with them. It is a big relief to share your grief with someone else. And I was lucky enough to have few friends who are willing to listen to my sorrows and support me during my grieving process. I keep myself busy so as not to think of the anger and pain.
Betrayal changes everything. It changes one as a person. When trust is lost, anger persists. A broken heart full of pain and sorrows that is long and lasting. Experiencing betrayal is tough, but we should face our fears by taking risks, building positive relationships. So, I’m picking myself up and starting over.
Trying to remain friends after a break up usually doesn’t work. It is hard and awkward for both. God does have great plans for my life. After the storm comes the sun.To my surprise I found love from someone that I never thought would come. I know there is no such thing as a perfect relationship. But, people grow through experience.
Lesson from the Story:
Never give your all. Leave something for yourself. In other words, love yourself before loving somebody.