All of you who have been cheated on one way or another by someone you loved with all of your heart, you understand the pain of being broken into pieces and not being able to breathe properly because your world is suddenly falling apart.
You understand how it feels to be a second choice to someone who was your priority from the start.
But, there’s one thing you need to understand as well: You chose them, but they chose to cheat on you.
Don’t you dare think or let them persuade you that cheating on you was just a mistake, and now they realize that they shouldn’t have done it.
Cheating is an act of cowardice, and it has nothing to do with making mistakes by accident.
It is a choice made by greediness—not appreciating what you have but not being willing to let the person go. You chose to commit that sin because it makes you feel happy.
The one and only reason why you did it is because it gave you self-satisfaction.
Cheating is an action of deliberately destroying another human being to satisfy your selfish needs.
Cheating is not something you do by accident because you can’t control yourself.
Every action you make is approved by your brain which means YOU made a decision to make another human being feel miserable by enjoying your moment of happiness.
But, was it so hard to admit to them that you’re not satisfied with how things are? Was it so hard to tell them how you feel and fix the problem or leave and spare them the pain?
I bet, it wasn’t. Then why didn’t you do it? You didn’t do it because you wanted to try something new.
You got bored with what you had. You got bored of their love, and you wanted to taste another to satisfy your appetite.
Cheating is a choice driven by your urge for a change that you’re not capable of making yourself.
When you decided to cheat, you decided to do something in secret; to hide your shameful act from your loved one because you knew that what you were doing was not right.
You wanted something new, but you didn’t want to lose what you already have, and that is what makes you an asshole.
When you really love someone, you make choices that will protect them, make them smile and cause them to feel loved. When you really love someone, you make choices that will improve your relationship—not destroy it.
But, you made a choice to fuck things up and break them, so don’t you dare tell anyone that you’re sorry because you’re not.
You deliberately, willingly, and consciously decided to destroy everything you had just because you were incapable of loving your partner as a real man does.
You deliberately killed their hope just because you didn’t have any. You deliberately broke their heart just because you didn’t have one.
And on top of all that, now, you probably expect them to forgive you because YOU MADE A MISTAKE. I’m sorry to tell you that love doesn’t tolerate mistakes.
You’re either committed or you’re not. You’re either here or you’re not. There’s no grey area here.
Everything you do in a relationship is a matter of your own choice.
You make them laugh, because you like their smile.
You make them feel special, because you love them.
You protect them, because you genuinely care about them.
You hurt them, because you don’t give a shit about how they’ll feel.
It’s as simple as that. You could have chosen otherwise, but you didn’t because you didn’t feel the burden of your own decisions.
You decided to waste large amounts of time only to enjoy one second. You did it because you didn’t give a fuck about them.
You didn’t give a fuck about people who love you, and who would give their life for you.
You hurt them because your own wishes and desires were your only priorities, and you need to know that these people are not fools who will believe that it was just a mistake.
You see, they might have loved you with all of their hearts and maybe they still do, but the moment you decided to hurt them, they have also decided NEVER to forgive you.