One Day You’ll Lose Her And Before You Know It She’ll Be Gone Forever
You’re going to lose her if you only ever really answer her text messages whenever it’s convenient for you to do so. You’re going to lose her whenever you just continue to stare at your phone even when you’re out on a date together. You’re going to lose her when you refuse to even acknowledge her presence on your social media profiles. You’re going to lose her if you just keep on giving her the bare minimum every time she asks you for some attention. You’re going to lose her if you keep canceling on her on the last minute for things that shouldn’t even be as important as she is.
Sure. For now, she’s still sticking around. She’s still taking everything that you’re giving to her. She’s still going to put up with your terrible treatment of her. But you have to know that she has her limits. Yes, she is giving you all of the time and attention that she can give you even though you aren’t doing the same for her. But eventually, she’s going to notice that you’re taking her for granted; and she’s not going to want to put up with it any longer. You’re going to lose her if you keep acting unenthusiastic about the efforts she puts into your relationship. You’re going to lose her if you never seem to reciprocate the dedication and commitment she is putting into making things work between the two of you.
You are going to lose her if you keep asking her for favors, but then you go around and act deaf whenever she acts you for one in return. You’re going to lose her if you kick her out of your house the moment after you have sex; if you continue to make her feel like you’re only using her for her body. You’re going to lose you if you fall asleep in bed even when she still wants to talk with you for a bit. You’re going to lose her if you keep treating her like a girl who is too easy to please; a girl who is too easy to manipulate and abuse. You’re going to lose her if you don’t give her the love and affection that she has been desperately craving from you for the longest time. You’re going to lose her if you keep making her feel like she’s expendable.
You’re going to lose her by never giving her the recognition that she needs in life to know that she has a secure spot in your heart. You’re going to lose her if you keep on acting as if she doesn’t have much to offer you even though she’s practically giving you her entire world. You’re going to lose her whenever you choose to hang out with your friends as opposed to going on a date night with her. You’re going to lose her when you act like her friends and family are just total strangers who have nothing to do with you. You’re going to lose her if you just keep on shying away from talks about the future. You’re going to lose her if you just keep on assuming that she’s going to keep sticking around even though you give her the least bit of effort. You’re going to lose her if you never make her feel like your relationship has a real shot at lasting for the long haul.
And one day, when you really do lose her, you’re going to realize just how good you had it. You’re going to be filled with an immense amount of regret. You’re going to be very sad at how you squandered an opportunity at spending the rest of your life with a girl who was so in love with you. You’re going to be hitting yourself on the head for letting waste a perfectly good love. And when you finally do muster up the courage and willingness to pursue her, she will no longer make herself available to you. She’s no longer willing to entertain any of your advances. She won’t be under your charm and your spell anymore. She’s going to go her own way; and you’re going to be left crawling after her. She won’t answer you. She won’t acknowledge you.
She’s going to give her love to someone who deserves it; all the love that you took for granted for so long. One day, you’re just going to lose her. And when you really do lose her, it will be too late for you. You will want to get her back, but she will not want to have anything to do with you. And the truth is that you really have no one else to blame but yourself.