RE: Should you let the person you love go?

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This so nice and very captivating with a spice of emotions in it, Oh yeah, because this article got me feeling very emotional and that brought goosebumps out of my body.

But I disagree with the ending parts of your post, which says you shouldn't let the person you love go. sometimes letting is the best option, especially when you love is not respected, appreciated and taken for granted.

Sticking to someone you love but doesn't love you could even hurt you more than leaving the person.


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If you disagree that means you didn't get it right.

Love, respect, trust, support, and everything they needed was there in their relationship

The only trouble was the fact that they were done with school and he is trouble over marriage.

He feels he hasn't made enough money to take care of her and the children they will produce.

The lady is willing to wait. He thinks he will be wasting her time if she does.

I am thinking they can work together and make it work just as they did while dating

Once you understand this, I am open to disagreement. I want to learn too. Please, share your thoughts with me on this.

Should they split on the above grounds or stick together and build?

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Oooops! What was I thinking when I said you were wrong? My bad, I apologize for that but it seems I didn't really noticed the part where you said all those qualities where in the relationship.

Well, If all those qualities are mentioned and the lady was willing to wait then I think he should not let her go and letting the person you love to go in such a scenario is not the right thing to do.

Thank you for taking your time out to explain it to me very plain and clear, you did very well.

Kudos. 👍🏻💪🏻


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