#RelationshipGoals: It’s Over For Real This Time
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#RelationshipGoals: It’s Over For Real This Time

Of course, you can't generalize sex with the ex as good or bad. It all depends on the ex and the ex's intentions. But Andrew and I? We had some baggage. Mostly because we never really talked about what actually happened when his whole world thought he died. I had a hard time trusting Andrew, but I had an even harder time staying away from him.


I tried my best not to reach out. I had to remind myself of his fictional demise to thoroughly convince myself not to. I took to cyber-stalking, trying to keep up with Andrew's Insta-life without him knowing I was checking on him. I used my finsta. I watched him in the studio, enjoying himself making music, posting cryptic messages to somebody on his Instastories, and posting freestyles that made me smile. It took a while before Andrew hit me again. And when he did, we slipped into an argument. I told Andrew to just leave me alone and he said, "Alright, bet."

Andrew didn't leave me alone though, and I didn't want him to...

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