I’ve been seeing a lot of break ups recently.
Two girls at my work were broken up with by their boyfriends and a girl who helps run the military support page that I am part of on Facebook was broken up with by her Marine.
I noticed something in common about everyones responses to the news of the break up; everyone saw it as a bad thing and many people said something along the line of “I hope you work it out and get back together”
Am I the only one who disagrees with both these statements?
I don’t think break ups are necessarily a bad thing. Are they painful? Heck yes. I cried for weeks when my first boyfriend broke up with me.
But does being painful make it a bad thing altogether? I don’t think so.
I think break ups are actually a blessing in disguise. They are freedom from someone who didn’t value you they way they should; from someone who didn’t love you the way you should be loved by a partner. They are freedom to find someone else; someone who will appreciate you for who you are and count themselves blessed to be your partner.
I’ve also never understood the break up and get back together cycle that some couples go through. The reason being, why would you want to be with someone who doesn’t want to be with you? That person looked at you and all you had to offer, and they decided “I don’t want that”. They took a long hard look at you and the relationship and said “nope”. Why would I want that person back?
I deserved to be loved. I deserve to be appreciated. I deserve to be with someone who knows what they have when they have me.
If the person I am with does not value me the way I deserve, then they are doing me a favor by ending things.
What do you think? Have you even broken up and got back together? Are there certain situations where it is beneficial? A