It's not you it's me...dose those words mean it's over ?
Relationships go through many changes, especially when one is not as committed as the other. But if ever I hear those words, to me it is probably over, or is it ?
The only way to know for sure if a relationship is over is to ask. Make sure you are both on the same page about what happened.
If you hear those words, I think it's best that you go and find someone who's willing to take on all that a relationship throws their way, instead of someone copping out with that lame quote. You're better than that.
Generally speaking when someone says: "It's not you it's me" it means they don't see you as being "the one". They may even care about you but they're not "in love" with you and never will be.
More often than not they're letting you know they've decided to move on. By saying "It's not you" they're trying to avoid a situation where you might (beg or promise to make changes) in yourself.
Essentially they're telling you: "There is NOTHING you can say or do that would make me want to stay with you!" "You're not the one!"
As much as people hate hearing (it's not you it's me) the reality is there's more honesty in that statement than many others. It is (them) that has changed or have decided they'd be better off without you.
by Steven Escareno 7 years ago
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