Finance called it off

I confess that I am mostly to blame for the demise of my engagement and relationship. I have suffered from depression, and have been receiving treatment for it. My partner said I was distant and withdrawn and eventually our sexual relationship fell apart. From him. He said he just couldn't be physical with all the fighting and emotional problems. I can home today and he had started packing my things and asked me to move out. He said wedding is off, he's broken and hurt and can't take anymore. I begged and pleaded and said I would go back to counseling, and he said it's too late. He said we are broken and some relationships can't be fixed. I love him and I know I have had problems, but we always made it work. Seems we stopped trying. I'm in such pain, but need to take ownership that I contributed the majority of the problems. Hard to accept and shameful that I can't do anything to change his mind. He probably would be better off without me, but I love him. I don't want to be selfish and know I need to stop crying and let him move on.

Report this
Today's Best Amazon Deals
The Best USB Travel Charger Is Anker's PowerCore Fusion, According To Our Readers
Available from Amazon
ConfessionPost may receive a commission
Get It On Amazon


  • newest
  • oldest
  • most replies
  • most popular
  • Maybe you can still seek help and sort out all of your issues. Once he sees that you have made a conscience effort to get the help you need he may take you back. However you have to make sure to stick to counseling so that you don't back slide. It's worth a try to be with the man you love.

  • So sad when things end. Look for the opportunity

Account Login
Is this post inapropriate?
Is this comment inapropriate?
Delete this post?