I was in a relationship for four months. I told him I was hurt by something he had done. I tried to explain to him why it hurt me, but the next day he broke up with me via a text message, after staying at my house the whole afternoon. I don’t know how to react to this or what to do because he told me I have changed but according to me I have not changed. What should I do about my sudden breakup?


Your ex exhibits a personality that you will find in many men. They don't want to be told they erred, they did a mistake, they hurt their significant other.

Your ex doesn't want to accept the truth he hurt you. He believes he has never hurt you. He is good. You are bad. He has never changed. You have changed.

You shouldn't apologize because you'll be strengthening his ego. There was a lady who asked for my advice pertaining to a problem that is similar to yours. She sent her boyfriend a text. She told him that he had hurt her because he didn't wish her a happy birthday. The next day, her boyfriend sent her a breakup text. That's a male ego which you shouldn't tolerate.

I suggest you don't contact your ex for a few days. This is to reduce the tension you feel and to enable you to reflect on your ex and the failed relationship.

After the few days of not contacting him, send him a text. Don't call him. Let him know how much you love him. Tell him that the mere mention of letting him know he hurt you, he dumps you instead of accepting it shows the kind of man he is. He doesn't want to accept the truth. Wish him well. Let him know you feel very hurt the fact he hurt you but doesn't want to admit it. Instead of accepting it, he dumps you which has increased the pain you're feeling. Thank him for everything. Let him know in time, you will heal from the hurt. You will recover and you'll have gained the strength to move on.

Think about it: can you live in a relationship whereby your man hurts you but doesn't want to accept that he hurts you? Will you be bottling up the continuous hurt in silence? That's not healthy. It shows a lack of respect.

If he calls you during the no contact, well and good. If he doesn't, don't beg. He has to accept the fact.

Forgive him. Let him know you've forgiven him. But you won't accept to apologize for something that you didn't do wrong.

Updated on September 9, 2019

Original Article:

How to Respond Maturely When Someone Breaks Up With You
By Benny Njuguna

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