There is just something about him that made her heart skip a bit. But once she gets to know him, she finds out that he’s someone with lots of baggage, not ready for real love. But she thinks to herself, "maybe I can really help him. Maybe I can be the girl he changes for."
She’s not careless with her heart, she just really thought that he would change for her.
She can't be blamed for at least thinking she could. He was so different with her, even he knows that there was something special. And deep down he really hoped she might be able to change him too.
He thought maybe this is the girl who will make him want to commit to love and be the man that she deserves.
He may have loved her but he was just not ready to be with someone for the long run. She decided to look past her smart mind telling her, "You know he's not going to change. Are you really ready for that?" But she listened to her heart.
She's a woman with compassion and forgiveness. Someone who understands people's past and never holds it against them, she was someone he could have seen himself with for a long time.
But instead of manning up, he thought taking her on a ride was his best option. Instead of being honest about where he was in life and how he was not ready for that kind of commitment. He broke her heart.
She was just a girl in love with a guy she thought could change. She was just caring and loving towards a man who needed it. A girl who was risking her heart being ripped to pieces because she believed he was worth it.
But in the end, he never changed, and it hurt. It killed her inside. She just couldn't understand why he couldn't be that man for her now, the man she believes he’s destined to be.
But it taught her a few lessons, that love is fickle. And sometimes you find the right person but they end up not being ready or it ends up being the wrong time. And sometimes that hurts more than the heartbreak itself.
Because moving on from a love like his isn't easy... And it'll be even harder when he comes back and say, "now I'm ready" and she has to end up telling him it's too late.