Face to Face

It seemed like every “problem” that he came up with, I had a solution. Except the real problem was, he didn’t want to find a solution. Relationships only work if two people are willing to work at it together. And he just wasn’t having it.

After an hour of poking and prodding at him with questions, he finally admitted that he just didn’t want a relationship. He just simply couldn’t handle the pressure or deal with the expectations. None of which I placed on him. Rather he placed it on himself.

Needless to say, he has a lot of personal issues to sort through, before he can engage in another relationship with anyone.

It definitely hurt, putting myself out there, taking my time on someone who didn’t seem to have time for me. But now I know for certain:


Moving forward to better newer things. And hopefully getting to meet people who won’t shy away at the word “commitment”.

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