“How messed up is it for two people to cheat on their own relationships? He is upfront whenever I ask him who he’s texting. Perhaps his supposed “honesty” was just a mask to hide what was really happening beneath. For the past few days, my heart has broken, and my self-worth has taken a hit.”
Tomorrow, she’s leaving for another vacation with her boyfriend, and she would have already said something to him about all of this, except for the fact that the trip is not refundable.
If she cancels now, she will lose her money, and she already paid for everything. She was thrilled to get to go on this trip, but she’s currently overwhelmed with anxiety about it.
She does plan on ending things with her boyfriend as soon as their trip comes to an end.
“I am usually logical and highly rational; my friends have joked that I’m so upright that I need to be injected with more emotions,” she said.
“However, in times like these, where I am in the eye of the storm, my rationality goes out of the window, and I allow my heart to brave through one greatest hit to another.”
“I hate this part of myself. I hate thinking that I am not good enough when I know that I am a catch and a wonderful partner. I hate to lose my best friend and my partner at once. But this is reality.”
How do you think she should bring this up with her boyfriend at the end of her trip?
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