Let Him Miss You With That BS! Wambui Shares Her Story - ZUMI
10 months ago, 1 Mar 16:07
When you begin dating all is usually well but when the problems begin to sieve through, the nature of your love changes too and all of sudden there is disrespect, lies, abuse of all forms and sometimes cheating comes into play. Here Wambui shares the lessons she learnt when her boyfriend of five years began disrespecting her. I was with Rono for five years I watched him struggle with his business, encouraged him when things were not going well and was sure to celebrate all the things that were. I often sacrificed on him wanting to treat me so he can save the money and used it to grow his business, I made sure I did everything I could to be the supportive girlfriend as he embarked on this journey. On the eve of our fifth year the cheques and the contracts started rolling in, to the point I had to even help him in the evening and most weekends. I remember six months in things started to change, he started to be the guys i loathe, the ones who want to floss in the club with popping bottles to get that attention. Slowly by slowly I saw my Rono, my honey, the only bean in my githeri change. He drunk more, became more cocky and every now and again would say disrespectful ish to me, although I would quickly tell him to come correct and then he would apologise with grand gestures. This continued for months but the straw that broke the camels back was when we got into a heated argument at my place and in the process of our shouting match he proceeded to tell me he know longer found me supportive, did not feel like there I was doing much for him and he had reached a that point where us being together no longer made sense to him. All I remember is hysterically laughing and being so livid at the same time. So, I then told him he know longer needed to wonder why he was still with me and asked him to pack all his sh*t from my house and leave. When I realized he saw no need to apologise, I knew I had to be done with him undervaluing and disrespecting me. After he packed everything, he literally could not have left my house any fast enough and I was not sad but glad to see the back of him. The next three months I was the picture of an angry black woman but God was good to me and brought me back to joy with a promotion at work. This helped put my energies in the right place and made it easier to deal with the heart break. Six months, after we broke up, I received a Facebook message from one Mr Rono, saying his sorry for his behaviour and he realises now how valuable I was to him and his progress. He then told me his intern quit because she got a better offer ...
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