Hi Truthshare, I hope whoever reads this is very much okay and happy. The last time I was here, I was self harming and very much suicidal but this year is different. I bagged multiple certifications, got a scholarship that I chickened out of because I was scared, and I am to get my certification for my BSC degree next month.
It’s very much fair to say life has been good. I made new friends, had a stronger bond with the old ones and reconciled with many.
Life has always had his ups and downs and it’s time to talk about the down part. I have been in a toxic relationship for like 3 years and I always leave but I always find myself going back there because it was first solid relationship. The one that it felt comfortable being with at the time but now I don’t see myself with him moving forward. I realized I just settled for the attention I got from him at the time and also his personality and I called it love. I lost my aura and I lost my true self in this relationship. On a journey to find myself back, it’s time to end the relationship but it’s breaking my heart doing that because right now, I see him as a close friend and not a romantic partner and genuinely speaking, I don’t want to lose the friendship. Is this the part where life is not fair to me ? and I chose the wrong path and it’s time to face the consequences? I will more than grateful if I can talk to someone about it or if I can get any advice on what to do. Thank you so much for reaching out Truthshare.xxxxx

1 Comment
  • Truthshare
    9:15 PM, 11 September 2023

    I’m very happy to read of the great developments in your life and your determination in getting through challenging situations. You should be proud of the great improvement you’ve achieved, which is evident.

    Prioritise your own pleasure and well-being in relation to your current circumstances with the toxic relationship. regardless of whether it started as a close friendship, ending a relationship can be quite difficult, but it’s a brave step towards regaining your genuine self.

    Click here to speak with a counselor who can help you find resolutions and ways to handle this situation.

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