Sadly, I’m going to have to end a fairly good relationship tomorrow with a smart, cute, funny woman. She had been working Saturday when we met and I was okay with that.It’s not a money thing but more of a do-gooder thing to her.Do you have Wednesday or sometime during the day on the weekends open?” Since, I’m also somewhat busy, the answer is often no.When two things truly conflict you have to pick one, you just can’t have it all at the same time.
Anyone will tell you when it comes to ending a relationship that there are two paths you can take: the high road, and the low.
Sure, maybe he wants someone who wants to be with him more and it does not seem that she does, but maybe she just struggles with fitting in everything she wants and hasn’t stopped to think about it.
I think its fine to say that if you want a relationship you need to prioritize having a relationship, but you also have to be able to communicate what your needs are if you want a relationship. So, while he might not “be single for more than a week,”(by the way the sheer arrogance of that statement is enough to make me want to vomit) he may never have a successful relationship either.
She’s exhausted most of the time when we do hang out.
The thing is she genuinely loves me and I know she will be hurt when she gets the news that this is just too hard for me.