“People change, feelings change. It doesn’t mean that the love once shared wasn’t true and real. It simply just means, that sometimes when people grow, they grow apart.”
Falling out of love is a curious kind of agony. You might not have wanted to, yet you still did. It’s hard accepting that you fell out of love with someone you thought you’re going to spend your life with. That you two aren’t just meant to be together.
The last thing I wanted to do was hurt you, but it would be unfair to the both of us and especially to you if we continue what we have and act like nothing is really wrong.
To be honest, I don’t know how it all started, but all I know is we had this really small fight not really worth mentioning about and to be honest I actually don’t remember what it is and then it just happened. All the fights that we’ve been ignoring the past few months, the problems, all of it came crashing down on us.
That’s the day I realised that the both of us are not in the same page anymore. We lost what we have and to be completely honest I don’t think we can ever take it back. What we thought we knew in absolutes, turned out to be conditional.
You are by far the sweetest, the most amazing boyfriend any girl would be very lucky to have, I wish that girl was me but its not. We want completely different things now and we just grew up. We could just ignore the differences and just continue what we have but for how long? How long can we keep doing it? I think its bound for us to part ways, you have taught me a lot in those 290 days and I never regret any of it. You’ll always have a special place in my heart.
I know that right now we aren’t talking, but I do hope you read this. I didn’t fell out of love because I fell in love with someone, I didn’t fell out of love because I got sick of you. We just grew up, we changed. I don’t know if this is worth anything but I am really sorry. I hope someday you can forgive me.
To fall out of love is as simple and painful and complex and cathartic as “we” turning into “were”
– Callie xo