- A young man recently headed online to share a heartbreaking post about breaking up with his long-term partner
- According to the post, the two of them had dated for five whole years but ended things after his partner assaulted him
- Many locals were soon in the replies section sending thoughtful and interesting comments about the post
These days most aspects of our lives get shared online - and for many people that is completely okay, especially if there's a lesson to be learned. A young man recently taught many people a lesson after sharing a post about how he ended things with his bae of 5 years after getting assaulted by him.
"Today my relationship of 5 years came to an end, nobody cheated, but I was not whole and I didn’t see him the same way I used to see him, the fact that he raised a hand on me just because I went out my friends says a lot, not gonna say much, but I’m done," he wrote.
Many people were left with a lot to think and talk about after reading the post and were soon in the comment section sharing their thoughts. Read a few of them below:
"You Did What You Had To Do For You And Nna I Support And Loves You Red heartFolded hands We Can Tolerate A Lot Of Things But Putting Hands On Your Partner Issa NO NO... And I Guess It Does Happen That People Grow Apart As Time Goes By In A Relationship"
"I'm so sorry you had to go through such and I'm glad you chose to leave the relationship before it's too late. This says a lot about you, that you are able to value yourself even when the person whom you love hurts you. I pray you heal. You deserve the best."
In other touching Briefly News posts, Nothing sparks regret more than missing the person you once took for granted. A young South African man with the Twitter handle, @IamPakoMolema recently took to the app to share some relationship advice with his followers about love and relationships after he lost his wife because of his own mistakes.
"On a serious note though. I missed my ex-wife deeply yesterday. I realised I'd probably keep on missing her for the rest of my life.
"I hope people in good relationships don't mess up as I did. It is hard to come to terms with that kind of messing up. To all who had kind words. I thank you from the bottom of my heart," he wrote in the heartbreaking and heartfelt post.
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