There was a man who loved me beyond words. But I broke him, and bad karma followed me since then.
After we broke up, I’ve had my fair share of dysfunctional relationships, where I learned a thing or two about love and life.
Like how you can never be enough for someone who doesn’t know what he wants. Or how you cannot force someone to love you the way you want to because love isn’t something you impose. I’ve learned how a one-sided romance can mentally destroy and emotionally drain you, and how it alters your view about how you expect you be treated.
I already accepted the fact that I’d never be good enough for anyone. Until I met another good man.
You see, when you’re from a dysfunctional relationship and someone treats you well, you start having trust issues. You start asking why he’s too good — you wonder if he’s just toying with you, or if he’s only doing it to score a sexual favor. You can’t believe his reasons for doing so because whatever he says just seems too good to be true. But a good man makes you realize how you should be treated — special and with utmost respect. You don’t have to prove anything because a good man knows your worth and won’t waste an opportunity to be with you.
I am lucky to have met another good man. I must have done something right to deserve another chance.