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Your boyfriend is cheating on you letter

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I want to start by saying that I love you so much. Being with you has been one of the greatest adventures of my life and I will always hold you in my heart. I know you meant it when you said you were sorry and I know you tried your best to make things right. I truly appreciate your effort. I am so honored to have been a part of your life at all. You gave me so much even when you had little to give.

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An Open Letter To The Guy Who Cheated On Me

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So, at least at the end of this, no matter how it ends, I can at least say I tried. About myself, about relationships, being an adult, about love. When I love or care about someone, I let my entire world revolve around them. Your infectious personality, your incredible way with words, your delectable charm—it all seemed too good to be true.

I think what it comes down to is I became involved with you before I was ever ready. I can only change myself and the situations I choose to be a part of. If you wanted to move on, you could. If you wanted to change the dynamics of your relationship with this other woman, you could. You have had plenty of time to reevaluate your situation and the damage it does to yourself and other people.

Why have you done nothing about it? I mean taking action and making adult decisions. I am choosing to stay in this relationship and endure all of the lies, pain, and absurdity. I want nothing more than to believe every single word you say about it being crazy and her being crazy and all of that.

You know why I stay, but I deserve to treat myself better. So, why do it to me? How many times has something like this happened before?

Maybe I am, as she put it, just a stupid little girl. In the end though, none of that compares to the bigger issue here which is completely unacceptable. You and your heart do, whether you see it or not, already belong to someone else.

I invite you into my life, my head, my heart, my family, my bed. That is all very special, and not everyone I meet is entitled to those things. A relationship—no matter what kind—falls apart the minute dishonesty comes into play. It is no longer fair to me to allow dishonesty from you when honesty is expected from me. You are the most important person in my life.

Whether you leave me or I leave you, I am going to miss you—this will be something I never quite get over. But, life sucks sometimes.

The most I can do is embrace the heartache and hold onto my pride which I have slowly been losing with each day I ignore the other major relationship in your life. I love you. I would do almost anything for you—anything you ask of me. The memories I get to keep as a result of being with you are some of the best I have. You are a fantastic human being with a light about you that draws people into you—but one thing I cannot do is continue letting you lead me down a path of dishonesty.

And if I get nothing from you now, I never will. And the sickest thing, and even I have to admit this, is that at the end of the day, I will let this happen. I will turn the other way. I will let you continue having other relationships and I will continue believing your lies.

I can act angry and upset and yell and kick and scream but never will I let you go. When someone you care about is dishonest, it hurts more than anything. I want to believe you—I want you to let me in. But most of all, I just want you. All of you. And in the end, I can only hope you want me, and only me, too.

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A Heartbreaking Open Letter To The Person Who Cheated On Me

So, at least at the end of this, no matter how it ends, I can at least say I tried. About myself, about relationships, being an adult, about love. When I love or care about someone, I let my entire world revolve around them. Your infectious personality, your incredible way with words, your delectable charm—it all seemed too good to be true.

I enjoy giving advice to others on fixing their mistakes in their relationships. You were caught cheating. Chances are your significant other found out about your behavior in a shocking and ugly way and now things are extremely painful, awkward, and stressful for everyone involved.

How long could you keep holding on to a relationship knowing that your spouse or partner has already fallen out of love with you? And slowly, you feel the love of your life slipping away. Have you gone complacent? What have you done to deserve the emotional neglect? These questions torture your restless mind.

How to Say Sorry and Write a Sincere Apology Letter for Cheating

Nothing irks me more than cheating and unloyal people. Here I am, fine as hell, just annoyed that someone I once loved did something so hurtful to me, and is trying to make me feel like I am at fault. I let you walk all over me since you came into my life almost 3 years ago. You threw me aside whenever someone else better came along and, every time, I took you back. I ignored your sly comments about how any girl would be willing to be with you or hook up with you. After all that we have been through, I know I taught you how to love and care for someone; I hope you find your happily ever after one day, I really do. Things were great for a while: you taught me a lot, we had a lot of memories, and went on a bunch of adventures together. These are things that I will forever remember. You spent a lot of time picking out my flaws.

A Letter To The Boyfriend Who Cheated

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A Letter To The One Who Cheated On Me

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We've never officially met, unless you count the drunken nights in all those fraternity basements, but I know who you are. I know pretty much everything about.

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