Forever Free

I've been with my girlfriend 7 years. I love her more than anything. but I currently ran into hardships. I lost my job almost a year ago, and I am having trouble finding another. My car is failing, and by failing I mean may need thousands in work. my girlfriend is successful, she knows what to do and where to go in life, but often times has trouble knowing how to get there with my hardships. she hasn't voiced a desire to leave me, of that I am grateful. But i pity her. one cannot live a good life on hopes and dreams alone. So I wish to leave her. I haven't told her, and I still try hard to keep from leaving her. but I love her, and I know she would be well off without me, if not better. there are a lot more things in my life that cause me trouble. but that would give away who I am, were she to ever read this. I love her so much, she should be free of my hardships.

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  • What a self-pity party. Quite playing such a martyr. Why don't you allow her in and to help you with your hardships? She's your girlfriend after all...doesn't she care about you? Or are you just bullshitting yourself over the real reasons why you want out of the relationship?

  • I agree with this person ^^^^^ honestly, 7 years is a h*** long of amount of time to be together so just because your recent problems are much harder than ones you've dealt with before doesn't mean that you should just walk away. If you love her as much as you say you do, you would work harder together WITH her to fix everything. What were you even planning to do after ending your relationship with her? Live your life pitying yourself?

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