I would be lying if I said I have not contributed to this search count.
As the computer screen gleams upon my face, creating the only source of illuminating light in my bedroom at 1 am, I begin to read the stories and numerous amounts of advice found on the topic of reconciliation with an ex romantic partner. What starts this 1 am Google search? It is the continuous playback loop of hearing my ex literally say the words, “If I ever come back and we are both single, maybe we can start back up where we left off…”
“Sometimes, two people can put all they have into each other and it still doesn’t work out the way they always wanted it to.” — Jenna Reed in Millennials of Michigan, Odyssey
So you just broke up.
“He is too needy.”
“She is inconsiderate.”
“He is too _______.”
“She is not enough _______.”
We seek answers to our romantic dilemmas and separations as if the outcome of our relationships can be justified through a plausible and theoretical equation; because of Reason A, Reason B occurs. Sometimes there are reasons; there are explanations for the ending of a relationship.
Insights from a millennial with an entrepreneurial mindset, and a passionate love for understanding relationships.