She dumped me for him...26 Mar, 2017 02:14 AM
I seem to get unlucky with girls. I flirt and then we start dating but then things go bad. Well I finally met a girl who I thought I was going to stay with. We had a good run but before I get to the end we need to go back to the beginning.
A few years back we were moving to a new town. It was a small town only a couple blocks big. That was fine with me because I was used to living in the country. The first day we were moving our stuff in we stopped around 6 to eat dinner. A boy and two girls came to my door wanting to know if I wanted to go to the park with them. One of the girls was gorgeous. I couldn't take my eyes off of her. I told them after I finished eating I would be there. I was obviously nervous but quickly finished eating, grabbed my basketball, and was off.
I took the next street over so I wouldn't have to directly walk into them. They saw me and cut me off right before the park. We went and started to play basketball. The entire time I kept glancing over at this girl. She was perfect. The boys name was Connor, the other girls name was Trinity, and the girls name I liked was Sarah. She had blonde hair, freckles, and the most beautiful smile.
When we got bored we took a seat and the girls walked off. Connor sat next to me and started telling me she liked me. I couldn't help but smile. I had hoped for this. So I worked up the courage and the following week I asked her out. I was hesitant at first because I didn't want to ruin our friendship if something went bad but I decided she was worth the risk. Everything was going great. Her parents liked me and we spent almost every day together. If I wasn't with her we were texting.
Months went by and this quickly became my longest relationship. At our 6 month anniversary I bought her flowers, chocolate, and a necklace. We went to different schools so I took the day off to go make a surprise visit at her school. I made her mad that morning just to add to the surprise. Not too mad though. She texted me asking if I knew what day it was and I texted back saying Friday. She asked if there was anything else and I said not that I was aware of. She stopped texting me after that.
I showed up at her school and told the principle what I was doing. He said I couldn't disrupt any classes but I could do it at lunch. So I sat in his office for 2 hours until their lunch finally came. I walked out there and she had her back to me. I walked up and tapped her on the shoulder. Her friends giggled and when she turned around her face lit up. She got up and helped me sit the stuff on the table then she hugged me. She started blushing because everyone in the cafeteria was watching. It was amazing.
After we had been together for 8 months I noticed her acting different. She was starting to get mad at me for anything I did. If I didn't listen to the right music she was mad, if I hung out with my friends without telling her she got mad, every little thing. She stopped texting me as much and tried to become more controlling. I told her to stop acting weird and that really set her off. I was used to her being mad when it was her time of the month but this was ten times worse. We stopped talking for a few days before I broke and texted her. It took her a few hours to reply saying we needed to talk. It was our 9 month anniversary so I agreed. When I met up with her she said never mind and we had a good day.
That night I texted her asking her about it. She said it could wait a few days. It seemed strange but I knew sometimes she liked to think stuff over completely so I agreed. I couldn't help but think about it those few days. Finally one day she came and hung out at my house for the day. When she was getting ready to leave we went outside and she said now was the time for the talk. She said she wasn't feeling the same about me anymore and just wanted to be friends. I held back the tears and nodded. She left and I went inside to my room and cried.
For days I contemplated what I did wrong. One day Trinity came to my house asking if I wanted to hang out at the park. I said sure I needed fresh air and I grabbed my basketball then started walking. When we got there Sarah was there with some guy. They were holding hands and hugging. Trinity started smirking. I got mad and asked if she knew they were there and she just nodded and ran over to them. I went to leave and the guy did something he shouldn't have. He ran over to me and grabbed my shoulder then said "What's the problem bro? You can't just hang out with us?" I stopped in my tracks and turned towards him.
"First off I am not your bro and never will be. Second if you touch me again I will knock your head off your shoulders." This set Sarah off and I told her she could take her new boyfriend he was ugly anyways. He shoved me and that set me off. I hit him and he fell to the ground. Tears started forming in my eyes as I started hitting him repeatedly. Finally I stopped and Sarah was grabbing my arm. I pulled away from her and left. They broke up about a week later because "She had to crazy of an ex." I laughed at that.
She came to my house a few days after they broke up and told me she was sorry. I nodded then went to close the door. She stopped me and asked if I still had any feelings for her.
"Sarah I still have the same feelings for you I had since day 1 but I am not taking you back. You made the mistake of breaking up with me. You chose him. Suffer your consequences." It hurt me to say it but I knew I couldn't take her back. She insisted that wasn't why she dumped me. I just closed the door so I could avoid an argument. I ended up moving a few months later. I won't forget her but I bet she definitely won't forget me.
The moral of the story is if they are going to hurt you don't feel pity for them when they realize their mistake. Look forward to the future and don't dwell on the past. That's what I do.