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posted ago by JeanGrey ago by JeanGrey +3309 / -2

This has been brewing for a while but the political stuff was the nail in the coffin for our relationship. It hurts to say it. I love the guy. But I can't be with someone who has zero fight in them and zero patriotism. I mean with as patriotic as I am now I can't believe it lasted this long. Can't wait to get out there and date REAL manly men lol.

Sorry for this post. I'm just a little sad and needed to vent.

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JeanGrey [S] 71 points ago +73 / -2

I know, I know....I can't believe it took this long. My problem is I am fiercely loyal and believe in true love through Thick and thin. But we met young and back then I was more of a libtard. And believe me his TDS has caused major blow out fights between us. So finally, FINALLY I had enough. I know love is ridiculous lol.

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DudePlayingaDude 27 points ago +27 / -0

Well, good on you for trying, at least. Sounds like you gave it your all. Now you are free!

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Side-o-Beef_Curtains 21 points ago +22 / -1

A lot of churches have young adult organizations of one kind or another. My daughter just met her future husband in one last year. I felt kind of cheated, honestly, because I always wanted to mess with a boy that wanted to date her. You know, like clean a shotgun while we talk kinda thing. I got screwed, this kid is so perfect it's like I made him in a lab specifically to marry my daughter. My daughter's friend group tells me all the college age maga kids are meeting this way to avoid the club scene and tinder apps. Apparently it's the way to go.

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Skogin 9 points ago +9 / -0

this kid is so perfect it's like I made him in a lab specifically to marry

I’m not saying you should be paranoid, but you should definitely be paranoid.

πŸ˜‰

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Side-o-Beef_Curtains 6 points ago +6 / -0

Oh, I am paranoid. They've been together a year and I spent the first six months realllllly checking into him. Solid kid, good job, good family, 25 and almost paid off student loan debt. Treats her like a princess when he thinks nobody is looking. There is a large percentage of young people that have seen clown world and rejected it.

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Skogin 3 points ago +3 / -0

πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘

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FrmrAmericanRepublic 16 points ago +16 / -0

You did the hard part -- dumping the guy.

Your future is bright, even if you don't feel like it is at the moment. Let the emotions wash over you and flow out to the sea. Every bit of this trial will slowly flake off of you, until you emerge shiny and new.

Loyalty is honorable. Your ex was not. Given that men want women who stand by them, you are highly sought after and valuable.

I sincerely wish you the best, and I don't have to hope you have a good future - I already know you're pulling ahead every day without regressive thinking pulling you down.

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Kael 2 points ago +2 / -0

This right here!!

Excellent comment pede

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this_mortal_coil 1 point ago +1 / -0

I fought all of that for years. I stayed with her thinking it would get better, or that it would good for the kids to have stability. Only you can't have one person really working and the other not or, in my case, trying to completely dismantle your support network. Sometimes love just can't fix it.

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Sand313man 1 point ago +1 / -0

Women fall in love easy after sex. It’s biological.

You will feel same way when the guy has character and even more so, forgetting what came before.

Pick a gentleman that loves himself, country and family.

And you will experience true love.