Stop letting him message you when he's drunk.
Stop letting him message you when he's high.
Stop letting him message you when he's lonely.
Stop letting him open your slowly healing wound.
Stop letting him back in.
Yes, I know you want to be there for him, as he's in pain too, but think on this, you've talked/messaged for hours and think maybe, just maybe this is his way of saying I do want to try and work this out, but I don't know how. You talk of old times, play familiar games of 'what's my favorite'?
You're worried about him, is he taking care of himself? Is he eating right?
We're not talking just a one-off message/talk session; we're talking this has been happening for days or on and off for a while.
Then something happens that's important to you, NOT him, you!
You message him to tell him as he is your first thought of who you want to tell, and he makes it clear he really doesn't give a shit.
Sit up, take notice, and STOP!
STOP thinking about him and make yourself the priority.
Know your worth, which in case you’re unsure, is f*cking priceless!
In other words, you like to save people from problems. People come to you when they need someone to rescue them and you help them out every time.
While this is a great virtue, it makes it hard for you to change your mind, even when you should. To avoid feeling like you are a liar, you put yourself through situations you don’t like.
You, or anyone else for that matter, deserve to be in a relationship that is secure and free from manipulation based on your insecurities.
Love is described as having matured when the partners are calm, confident and unafraid. When you are certain of your partner’s love and respect for you, and you have the same to offer, then nothing should worry you.
So, if you come across such a relationship, hold on tightly. Many people let go and regretted it all their lives. Don’t be among them.