She was my date once. And we dated for over a year after that; and were each date other’s best friends. We completely understand each other, and we are still madly in love with each other, but it was best for us to break up.
We weren’t in the same place.
She was 20 and wanted to be married and have kids soon.
And I was 21, and wanted to date her for a while, and get married and have kids around age 30.
It was mutual and we both knew it was best for us, so we decided one day to break up. On the last day of our relationship, I decided to take her out on one last date night. We spent the entire date thinking back and talking about our favorite times together, things we’ll miss about each other, how we affected each other’s life in so many good ways.
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I bought her flowers; took her to a nice romantic restaurant with live music; and went to see a movie at the cinema.
Through all of which we held hands. It was one of the most perfect, romantic, happy, and yet heart breaking date we ever had.
At the end of the night, we said our goodbyes. We hugged and kissed passionately for one last time and went our separate ways, never to see each other again.
It was the hardest thing I’ve had to do to this date; but I wouldn’t want it to end any other way.
It was as perfect as a heartbreak could be.