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Today I woke up thinking about some things an ex-crush said to me. Ex? Really?
Amidst a few compliments, he delivered the main message: I can't be with you because you're overweight and you smoke.
You see, it's not that he couldn't have set his boundaries, but this having to give the other person material to feel flawned (and guilty). I know it has glued on me just because I have this inside previously, so I call it cowardice. He's used my weakness against me.
So, I ask. Why do men still use this strategy when they want to quit? I mean, teasing the other person to get mad at them. He's closed the door, I mean, he's locked the door, mission fulfilled, but in a very unfaithful fashion.
Why is this on my mind now? Well, Freud?



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