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I left him but he did not keep me...


by Vanessa Charles


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This article is about disappointment in love and the aftermath. It is written from the perspective of a woman who left her partner but was rejected. The author explains how this situation hurt her and triggered feelings of anger. She encourages readers to take a step back and not be defined by one experience, no matter how painful.

He had no reaction after our breakup: does he not care?

There are many reasons why a person may not respond after a breakup. It could be due to a lack of interest, a refusal to admit it or simply a lack of courage. In any case, it is important to know that it is not always easy to deal with a breakup and that everyone reacts in their own way. If you feel like your ex doesn't care about what's going on, try not to worry too much and focus on your own well-being.

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He did nothing to hold me back when I left him

I left him but he didn't hold me back. I was determined to end our relationship and I left him. He did nothing to hold me back when I left him. I thought he would fight for me, but he didn't. I was disappointed and sad. I didn't understand why he wasn't fighting for me. I felt like he didn't love me enough.

I have no more news

I left him but he did not keep me. I have no more news

I left him because I didn't want to suffer anymore. I needed to find myself, to take stock. I needed to know if I still loved him as much. But when I left him, I realized that I loved him even more than I had ever loved him. I left him but he didn't hold me back. He didn't beg me to stay. He didn't tell me he missed me. I haven't heard from him since we broke up. Yet, I thought he would have at least tried to contact me, to know how I was doing. But no, nothing at all. Not a message, not a call, not a sign of life. I am hurt and disappointed by his attitude. I thought our relationship was stronger than this. I hope he is doing well and finds the happiness he deserves.

Is he injured?

Some time ago, I left my boyfriend. I had good reasons for doing so, but I still wondered if he was hurt. After all, we had spent a lot of time together and I had really given him my heart. So I wondered if he was hurt after I left him.

I don't know if he's hurt. He hasn't said anything and he hasn't done anything that would lead me to believe that. Maybe he has, maybe he hasn't. I will probably never know the truth. What I do know for sure is that I hurt him, even if I didn't mean to. I just hope he can forgive me one day and find a girl who will make him as happy as I would have liked.

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Is this the sign of a definitive break?

In a relationship, it is important to feel loved and wanted by your partner. When these feelings are no longer present, it is often difficult to know if this is a sign of a permanent break-up or simply a difficult period to go through. If you have left your partner but he or she has not kept you, it can be very confusing. Here are a few things that will help you to see things more clearly.

First of all, it is important to step back and not let your emotions overwhelm you. It's easy to think that it's the end of the relationship when you feel rejected, but this isn't always the case. Your partner may simply need time to reflect or may be going through a difficult time. If you are sure that this is the end of the relationship, then it is important to grieve and move on.

Breaking up is never easy, but it's important to keep in mind that it may be a chance to take stock of what you really want in your life. If you feel that your relationship was no longer satisfying, then it may indeed be a sign that it was time to move on. Remember that you deserve to be happy and if your former partner was no longer bringing you that happiness, then it may be time to move on.

Is distancing yourself from him a good solution?

Is distancing yourself from him a good solution?

We have all witnessed or been the victim of a situation where we felt rejected. When the person we love does not show the interest we expect, it is normal to feel hurt. It is then frequent to want to take its distances to try to make the other react and to show him that you are important in his eyes. But is this really a good strategy?

Distancing yourself may seem like a good idea at the time, as you feel like you are taking back control of the situation. We think that if we show the other person that we are capable of living without them, they will realize what they are risking and will finally realize how much we mean to them.

Unfortunately, things don't always go as planned. Far from realizing what he or she stands to lose, the person may feel relieved and even relieved that you made this decision. They may even see it as confirmation that you weren't that important to them and that your relationship wasn't that strong.

Furthermore, by distancing yourself, you risk reinforcing the negative feelings you already have towards the other person. Indeed, by being away, you will have all the time to ruminate on what does not go in your relationship and on all that you do not like in the other. These negative thoughts are likely to take over and prevent you from seeing things in a different light.

It is important to think carefully before making this decision. If you feel that your relationship is strong and that the person cares about you, then it may be best to try to communicate with them to try to understand what is wrong. It may not be easy, but it's certainly worth a try before taking drastic measures like breaking up.

Leaving someone is never easy, whether it's a romantic, romantic or professional relationship. It can be even more difficult when the person you left did not keep you. This can leave you feeling rejected, abandoned and alone. It is important to remember that you made the decision to leave this person for a reason and that you deserve to be happy. You should not let yourself be defined by the person you left or what they think of you. You are the only person in control of your life and your happiness.


1. Why didn't he hold her back?

There are several possible reasons for this. Maybe he doesn't like her enough, doesn't see her as a potential long-term partner, or is simply afraid of commitment.

2. Does he miss her?

If he hasn't kept her, it's probably because he doesn't miss her enough. He may regret leaving her, but if he doesn't do anything to get her back, it's because her absence isn't too bad for him.

3. How can we make him regret it?

There is no miracle recipe but you must try to make him realize what he is losing by not keeping her in his life. This can be done through thoughtful gestures or small attentions that will show how much she means to him.

4. What are the signs that he is starting to regret?

The signs can be very different from one man to another but it is often possible to spot a change in his attitude or in his way of communicating. He may be more distant or on the contrary, he may try to be closer to her.

5. Does this mean they will get back together?

Not necessarily. It may be that regret is simply the beginning of the grieving process and that things will never be the same between them again.

Vanessa Charles

A (very) close friend of Cupid and a true lover of relationships of all kinds, I am the main editor of Give Me Date. I answer your questions about couples, sexuality and dating and I test dating sites to give you a subjective opinion on how to find love or meet new people.

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