I came back from the Amazon, and it was great, one the first day he took my hand said, “it’s good to have you back”. The next two days I stayed with him, he was being very goofy and annoying me and pushing my buttons. I came back to the city where we live 2 hours away, from the city his was doing his one month internship. That week, his texting wasn’t great and Facetime felt like he was just doing it for the sake of it. Laughing and everything but not really into it. He planned to spend that weekend one night with me and one night with his family, so he came to the city I live, he came very late, like few hours late, in basket ball shorts, didn’t even kiss me when i got in the car. I was a little upset so I was short with him. When we reached his house he said he wanted to break up again. He said it in the harshest way possible, which is not at all like him. He said I wasn’t the girl we wanted to marry and it’s better if we break up now. I couldn’t cry, I was in shock, he didn’t even want to go inside the house. After a while we did, and he said all things that were wrong the relationship, like he didn’t feel like texting me sometimes and therefore he doesn’t love me as much. And he feels smothered by everything and he kept saying there’s no future. No matter what I said he said wouldn’t change his decision, he was adamant and wasn’t willing to listen to me.
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