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I'd like to think I am very mature.
Tuesday. 4.6.10 12:55 pm
I chose to attend the college that is best for my major and leave my relationship behind. How is that not mature in any way?

He told me at the beginning of our relationship that if I didn't go to the college he went to that there was no point in continuing the relationship. Worst ultimatum ever.

He asked me to walk around and talk last night. It basically was him making me feel bad for not choosing to go to his school. He asked why I broke it off, I told him because I am going to the college that is best for me. He asked what was so great about my college (note, the college I am attending is #1 in the nation for my major), I told him I am going to be paying 20 grand a year for my education, not the place I'd like to be in.

I am just so frustrated. I am younger, but at no point was I being immature.

It's funny. We're still really connected. At one point he showed me something he pulled out of his pocket, I took it and put it in my pocket. He said to me, "Oh, stealin' my stuff now?" and I replied, "It's okay, not like I haven't stolen other things." He said he thought of something but didn't want to sound like a jerk. I had also thought of something but didn't want to sound like a bitch. We said what we thought on three.


Me: "Stole your heart."
Him: "Stole my heart."


i think you made a mature decision... i mean, granted, staying with him and going to his college wouldn't be immature. it would've just meant you made a different decision.
» thaitanic on 2010-04-06 02:05:08

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