The reason why she doesn’t let herself get attached anymore is because she is getting tired of having to deal with people who are hesitant.
The reason why she’s no longer attached to you is because she has finally come to the realization that attachment can only lead to bad things. Attachment is what forces her to hold on too tightly to things that she should just learn to detach herself from. Attachment is what leads her to dream up unreasonable and unattainable scenarios for herself in her mind. Attachment is the driving force for her to go after all the people who are just plainly bad for her. Attachment is what impairs her reason; it makes her more emotional than rational. It’s what causes her to make all the wrong decisions because she is operating out of a place of impulse and desperation; a place of fear. Attachment is what coerces her to acting hastily instead of acting reasonably.
The reason why she’s no longer attached to you is because she has come to learn that she isn’t entitled to keep everything that she wants in this life. She has finally come to realize that there are certain things that are meant to be temporary and she has to be okay with that. She is mature enough to accept that goodbyes are a natural part of life and she has to get used to letting go of the things that she loves the most. She is finally smart enough to know that letting go is an important aspect of moving forward; an important part of not letting yourself get bogged down by things that you just can’t seem to let go of. She now knows that the more she attaches herself to something, the greater the chances that she is going to end up suffocating that thing and push it away from her. She isn’t going to be attached to you any longer is because she knows that it’s much better to devote all of her energy into giving rather than expecting anything she might get in return.
The reason why she’s no longer attached to you is because she has accepted the fact that people are never meant to be permanent fixtures. In one way to another, people are always going to leave and she has grown to be mature enough to come to terms with that fact. She is also now mature enough to know that people aren’t always going to be able to keep their pacts and their promises. She is old enough to know that people are going to lie to her often and that she can’t always believe everything that people say to be the truth. She has finally grown to accept that sometimes, when people go away, they don’t come back. And as hurtful as that might be, it’s just the sad truth that she has to be content with. She has been in love too many times before to know that love isn’t always going to be permanent; and that love alone isn’t always going to be enough to actually sustain a relationship. She understands that unhealthy attachment can only lead to severe disappointment; and she would have no one else to blame but herself in that case. She finally knows that nothing is permanent in this world and that a human mind can change in an instant.
The reason why she doesn’t let herself get attached anymore is because she is getting tired of having to deal with people who are hesitant. She hates having to second-guess her worth whenever someone is being hot and cold with her. She hates the fickleness of a weak human mind and she’s tired of getting her hopes up for something that won’t pull through for her. She is tired of getting attached to people who can’t give her the kind of security and stability that she needs from them.
The reason why she doesn’t get attached anymore is because she knows that it can only lead to hurt feelings and utter disappointment especially when the attachment is unrequited. Attachment can often lead her to doubt her sense of self-worth. Attachment can greatly diminish her confidence. Attachment has the power to make her question just how much she can bring to the table in a relationship.
But ultimately, she has stopped herself from getting attached because she now knows that love and attachment aren’t exactly the same thing. She has grown to understand that you can still love a person without growing attached to them. Attachment is dark, obsessive, unhealthy, and downright toxic. Whereas love can be pure, uninhibited, unconditional, noble, and beautiful. She has finally grown to understand that love is never assured or promised; love isn’t something that anyone is entitled to. It’s something that you can earn, and it’s something that you can lose as well. And that vulnerability is what makes love even more beautiful.