Heyy guys. It’s Thursday! Yass, the weekly episodes of Only On Vasiti – Agony Aunt. If you’re joining us for the first time, you’re welcome. Agony Aunt is a relationship counsellor, so to say. You send your relationship issues to her email address and she gives you probable solutions every Thursday.
Having said that, how are your love lives, guys? I hope you guys are happy with your significant others or happy being single? We should always remember that our happiness lies within us alone and is not dependent on someone else.
Moving to the deal of the day, we shall be looking at “I Need to Know when to Walk Out of a Relationship.”
As usual, we are going to post and review a relationship issue that was sent to us over the week. So, let us look at this report.
“Hello. I saw your Instagram and I just felt I should give this a shot. Please, keep me anon. I don’t even know where to start from, cos I feel like I’m trapped in my relationship. I don’t know whether it’s love or stupidity. My boyfriend and I have been dating for two years now. We are kinda looking at a long term relationship where we marry and stuff. But during the span of this two years, he has cheated on me twice. He begged and said he wouldn’t do it again. I forgave him, but it has been really awkward for us both. I’m beginning to have that feeling that he is still cheating on me. But I’m scared of finding out. I mean, I love him. We’ve been dating for two years now. If we break up, where do I start from? I know it does not feel like a relationship anymore, but its like I want to try to make it feel like one once again. I don’t know what to do. I need to know when to walk out of a relationship…”
Well, sometimes its easier and less painful to let go, than to keep holding on. You said it yourself, you’re not feeling the relationship anymore. He cheated on you twice, he can as heel cheat on you again. Yes, he may actually have changed and he isn’t cheating on you. But you’re not feeling the vibe again? Why suffer for someone that has not even paid your bride price. You’re still young and you still have a life ahead of you. Your happiness matters too.
But telling you to leave someone you love deeply would be a hard thing to do, I know. If you love him and he loves you, you both can make things work. No need drooling over the past. Talk about your relationship together and fix it.
If he is cheating on you, please, you would need to walk out. The moment a relationship starts unnecessarily eating up your happiness and mental health. Now, no relationship is a bed of roses. Fights and arguments would always ensue, that is perfectly normal. However, if it gets to a point where there is no single form of happiness, that’s when you leave.
You are still young, you would find someone that would truly love you and would not hurt you. You just have to take the bold step of letting go and moving on.
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