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By  CorDa616  |  22

Why is this a FML? Would you have preferred more emotion? Be happy that she won't be pining after you long after you two broke it off. You're both free, congrats.

By  species4872  |  19

I hope she wasn't afraid of what you would do but rather that she didn't want to hurt you. If so, then good for her, a rare and valuable trait.

  MandieL  |  27

As honorable as this sounds, in the end it is actually more harmful to lead someone on, and draw a break up out longer than need be. What if OP haven't decided to break up, and fell more in love with her? He would have been even more heartbroken. How long would the GF have kept up the ruse? Till after an awkward proposal? A sham marriage? It is so much better to just do it, like ripping off a bandaid.
Maybe noble intentions, but foolish.

  armattiuzzo  |  16

Really? So she was too lazy to stay in a relationship? That makes no sense, especially if she was trying to find a way to breakup with him then she was neither selfish or lazy. Just trying to find the best way to do it so no one would get hurt.

By  StormfrontX33_fml  |  24

Obviously, you still have some feelings left for her, otherwise, it would have been just a good riddance for you. Live life and move on. Those who dwell, create their own earthly hell.

By  Tripartita  |  44

If there's one thing television has taught us, it's that the go-to strategy for breaking up with somebody lightly is to slowly disappoint them over a long period of time until they eventually decide to break up with you—oh, no, OP! That's… I'm /sure/ that's not what happened to you!