It was around sophomore year when I realized something was wrong. I might seem overdramatic, but it kind of sucks when you realize that someone you've dated for three years has treated you horribly.
We sometimes never spoke for weeks. I used to try and talk to her, but she never answered. I gave up. I denied it at first and blamed it on myself. When I brought it up, she would bring up excuses. She even told me to go back to therapy which was so, so wonderful.
I ignored it for a bit until it got too much for me. I had a day long breakdown because my mom was thinking about giving away one of our dogs (she didn't by the way). She didn't even bother to text me. Classmates I barely knew at the time texted me. She didn't even apologize.
I finally broke up with her last December. Almost four years of my life was spent with her. I never realized how angry and upset I was until now.
I still think about it. It still hurts. I don't miss her, that's for sure. But, God, why did she have to treat me like that. I've been upset for months. I've talked to her about it, but I still don't have any closure.
I'm trying not to think about it too much. I'm just glad it's over. One day, I'll get past this. I think... I deserve someone better. It's kind of sad, but I finally have expectations for relationships. Like, "Hey, maybe I do deserve to be treated like an actual person."