A Letter To My Boyfriend's Ex's
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A Letter To My Boyfriend's Ex's

I will forever be sorry that you all missed out on such a wonderful human being.

A Letter To My Boyfriend's Ex's

Hello, ladies.

You don't know me, but I have heard all about you. I've heard all about how you made my boyfriend feel inadequate and unwanted. He's told me how you went M.I.A several times. I'm not the relationship police, but I think you are supposed to talk to your boyfriend at least a couple of times a week, not go missing for a week then randomly text him. He's explained to me the many times you all texted your exes while you were still dating him. Not cool, girl.

These events were unfortunate, and you all broke his heart many times. Don't worry, I was there to pick up the pieces. I am thankful all of these things happened, and I'm sure he is, too. He's sweet, he's kind and he holds my heart as carefully as he holds my hand. You guys are missing out on a great guy. Everyday he tells me how lucky he is, and everyday I make sure to make him feel the same.

Thank you for tearing him down. This probably seems like a bad thing, and in your case it is. All of you tore him down and made him feel like he wasn't good enough. Some of you made him feel that he was replaceable, but I guess when you have that many guys on the side, he could easily be replaced. You all made him feel like he was only there to fit your needs, give you money, take you places, and support your habits. This of course all worked out in my favor. I got to build him up. I get to watch his eyes light up when I give him compliments. I get the thrill of seeing a smile on his face when I do even the simplest things. Thank you for tearing him down, because it was a lot faster to get to his heart. I showed him what it was like to love and to be loved in return. I decorated the inside of his heart with love and happiness and contentment. He fell in love with me, and I let him.

I will forever be sorry that you all missed out on such a wonderful human being. He truly has a heart of gold. He makes me feel like the world is mine. He reminds me everyday that it is my world and everyone else is just living in it. He has been a blessing since day one. I don't know if you remember or not, but he has the lamest jokes and the prettiest eyes. He speaks softly, but holds on tightly. He snores really bad, but gives the best gifts. He watches dumb stuff on Netflix, but always goes out of his way to do nice things for people. He is intelligent, compassionate and always makes me feel loved. You all missed out, and I feel bad for you. He makes me feel like the world is a place I want to live in. With a little courage, I can reach out and grab my share of its happiness, and I see that so clearly with him by my side.

I would wish you the best, but you already had it and he's mine now :)


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