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Story (in love with a CP)
Hi. I'm almost 30 and have been in a relationship with a CP for over two years. It's two days after we broke up and I am still confused, hurt and very much alone. While browsing in the self-help section of my bookstore, I noticed a book on CPs and decided to have a look. Imagine my surprise when I read everything that my ex had ever done. It was like reading from a script of our relationship.
I had no idea I was in a relationship with a CP. It never occurred to me. Sure, we had our troubles, but I thought that was normal. We had both been through some tough times. Naturally, I thought we were both working FOR the relationship, not against it.
In the beginning, we both rushed in. I hesitated for about a week and I was so charmed - no one had ever thought I was that great before. He really wanted to be with me. So, I threw my doubts out the window and went for it. I totally handed him my heart. It wasn't long before he was calling me "selfish" and "negative." I "nagged too much." I was "wrecking the relationship" by trying to fix things.
Nothing has ever made me more confused. I took all the blame on myself. I must have ruined our love. Nothing else made sense.
What is truly surprising is I think what made our relationship so troubled is that I may be a CP myself. I imagined our kids about two weeks into the relationship. And for the past year, I've tried to weigh the pros and cons of us to make some kind of judgment on whether or not we should be together. I've always gone for non-emotional men in the past, and my ex seemed strange because he would freely cry and say he needed me.
Sometimes I get so sad I don't know what to do with myself. But after reading about CPs, I have faith that I can learn something from all of this. Even through my tears and pain, I know my CP loved me to the best of his ability. And I loved him. Maybe all of this can lead to better relationships down the road for both of us.
Thinking of all of the lonely hearts out there,
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