“Dear Ex-Girlfriend, not a month goes by that I don’t think about the way things ended. That …”
Dear Ex-Girlfriend, not a month goes by that I don’t think about the way things ended. That day in February was bitter cold when you called me. I was in bed, hungover, and just feeling lousy about myself and life. I hated who I had become at that point. I was drinking again every day, and you were living so far away that I was miserable and lonely. My addiction had taken control of my life, and I was spiraling. When you called, all I could think about was how unhappy I was. I was depressed, lonely, and beaten. And I took it all out on you. I should’ve never broken up with you that way… on the phone, while you were far away. Truth is, we were probably never going to work it out anyway. I was too deep in my addiction to give you care, and you were never going to cure my abandonment issues that have been bothering me since I was a child. I am so regretful things ended the way they did. I still think about all the fun we had together. You are so incredibly sexy and free, and I adore that. I wish I was in a better place in life so I could’ve given you care. I still think of you fondly, I miss your sexy style, and wish we had lasted longer. I’ll never forget those six months of my life and I’ll never stop thinking about you. Your Former Lover.