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That is when I ignore the person and move on... It's not worth it to me to be concerned, frustrated or annoyed by what they choose to do with their lives. I just remind myself that everyone we come in contact with has a soul contract with us. Sometimes we teach them, they teach us or we both teach each other. Everyone has their own path and maybe this is something that he has to learn on his own.
Part of the reason he's so upset right now is because I don't want to be with him. We tried it, it didn't work and now I'm leaving and he's having a hard time with it.
I get that it sucks to lose the one person you thought you would spend the rest of your life with, I mean, this hasn't exactly been a cake walk for me, but I made the decision to change my thought process and be happy.
But I suppose he may need to learn it on his own. I've suggested, and helped, but it's all up to him from here.
Right now I try to avoid as much contact as possible with him. He's an energy sucker this way and I find it draining and so frustrating to be near him.
Huge hugs hon! I couldn't agree with you more, the victim mentality drives me insane. Move on by happy and hopefully one day it will hit him what you were trying to say and he will learn to change too.