I never realised you were a wolf in sheep's clothing. Or maybe I was just too naive. I let myself trust in all the lies you were telling me, whether it was "I didn't mean it like that" or "It meant nothing." It always means something. When you said you were going to stay away from smoking in November, I supported you. When you apologised for not telling me the truth, I forgave you. When you told me that I was just thinking too much, I believed you. Maybe I was just hoping that what I believed would actually be true. But it obviously wasn't. When you said that I romanticise relationships, for awhile I actually started to question myself. I started to wonder if what I was expecting between us was too fantastical and unreal — but then I came to the realisation that all I wanted between us was a relationship that was genuine, loving and honest. If you call that romanticising, then good luck to you in your future relationships because this is the bottomline for me and I'll accept nothing less.