She left me

by Joe
(California)

My fiance Danielle walked out on me six months before our wedding. We had been together for over seven years, and I thought things had been going very well up to that point. We had been through the highs and lows together, just like all couples, and I was under the impression we had a great relationship. She was my best friend and I was looking forward to spending the rest of my life with her.

She decided one Sunday night that she was too young to be married and that our life together was no longer what she wanted. She walked out the door that very same night, and I haven't seen her since. I was left in that empty house for weeks before I decided to pack up my things and get out of there. I have tried talking to her a few times, mostly out of a desperate desire for some answers. She has inexplicably become hateful and rude toward me, as if I was the one that broke her heart.

I can easily say this is the worst pain I have ever felt in my life. The heartbreak would be enough, but it is surrounded by confusion and utter shock. There was no fight to set this off. I never cheated on her. She was the love of my life, and I treated her as such.

I can't stop thinking about her. I've had trouble eating and sleeping since it happened. When I finally am able to sleep, I dream of her coming back, saying that she made a mistake. I wake up with tears in my eyes and a crushing pain when I realize it was just a dream. The pain is so hard to get through. Sometimes it feels like it's never going to end.

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Feb 24, 2010
Hi Joe
by: Deb

Sorry for your loss. I really connect with your story and understand you would like some answers. It is so hard to understand why someone could just turn it off so easily, when you're not capable of the same behavior. I hope you come through the grieving process and find someone who is able to return your love and devotion. The not eating and not sleeping really hit home for me, having just been through a similar situation. The more I read and connect I find I'm not alone. Hope you have family and friends you can confide in.

Wishing you well.

Feb 05, 2010
It will
by: Anonymous

It will end, the pain. They say it takes half the time you were together to completely go away. But with every day, it will get better and you are strong and will get through this. Death of a relationship that you thought was forever is just as painful as losing someone to Cancer. Grief is a process and has stages and ebbs and flows for a few years, but don't give up on love you will find it and it will be great..

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