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I know you think I’m selfish because I ended up leaving and wrecking what you thought was perfect. And I know you think that just because I left it means that none of it was ever real. But whatever you think is fine, because I know deep down, I used to care about hurting you so much I would let myself suffer to prevent it. And that wasn’t healthy and that wasn’t fair and that’s not something I’ll ever do again.

I was taught in psychology 101 that children learn not to touch the stove by touching it once and realizing it’s hot. Same with grabbing a cactus or looking into the sun. Once they find out that it hurts, they stop doing it. So it should come as no surprise that when I trust you and end up getting hurt, eventually I stop. But what I don’t get is why I had to let you hurt me 5 times before learning to stay away.