You heard him, but you thought maybe you could join along for the ride, drive freely with no worry of the crash. And maybe in the beginning you fooled yourself into thinking so. That you were more laid back and unattached than that.
That a relationship was too traditional for you too, that you were just like him and you wanted the same things. In the beginning you thought, I kinda like this no attachment thing.
But then the two of you began to grow closer, or so you thought. Because you thought the more time you spent together, the stronger your connection would be.
And somewhere between unattached and almost was when you began to feel hurt. Your head begins to think about how he must want to be with other people, and your heart begins to think about how just youis not enough.
That in his mind being with just you would be settling. You want someone to want to be with you, and only you.
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