I’m over it. I’m over him saying one thing and doing another. Or better yet, saying one thing and not doing anything at all.
Just when I think we’ve made progress in our relationship and moving toward doing what is best for the relationship, something happens that pushes us further apart. And I can’t help but think he is the culprit–I can’t help but think he is pushing us apart. He is not intentionally being destructive to our relationship, but ignorantly. He doesn’t know that his apathy is sabotaging us.
But intentional or not, I’ve reached my breaking point. Something must change—his apathy is affecting my happiness.
He rarely follows through with what he says he’s going to do and when he does follow through, it’s only because I’ve asked and reminded him three or four times. He does not take action until something bad has already happened.
I am over it.
The lack of action and “extra” in our relationship is leading to the demise of the relationship. You can’t sustain a healthy relationship if you aren’t feeding it and nurturing it. He and I go on day after day doing the same old things. We do not add any pizzazz or spice to the relationship. The relationship is getting boring and we need something to bring us out of our funk, because…
I am over it!
I’m to blame as well; I understand that. But I cannot do something about the relationship by myself. I need help. I want his help. I want him to be by my side, to be my partner.
I want us to be in it together.