This writer has written the exact sentiment I had on this topic of relationship :
Happy reading and hope it has beneficial values for all of us.
“You meet people and they have an effect on you, but their presence in your life proves to be temporary. But then again, everyone’s presence in your life is temporary. It’s just that you expect some to hang around longer than they do, and disappointment comes with setting up expectations. You begin to enjoy their presence, look forward to their company, and next thing you know, they’re gone. You relied on their presence for a certain emotion, and you associated that emotion with them. You lose that emotion when it’s gone, and that emotion was a large part of you.
They were a large part of you because they became part of who you were. That’s the problem, we rely on people when we shouldn’t. We get attached when we shouldn’t. We fancy their presence, whether they’re a friend or a lover, when we shouldn’t. We should enjoy their company for the time being, but it’s deadly when you get used to someone. It becomes a tragedy when they leave, because you allowed for them to become a part of you. And nothing is worse than seeing them leave, because you’re watching a part of you walk away.
And the only thing you can do is start over with yourself. But this time, grow on your own. Don’t rely on anyone else because everyone has a temporary presence in your life. Nobody can assure you how long they’ll stay. Nobody knows when their time will become, or when duty calls and they’re gone. Because as Ibn Taymiyyah says “Even your shadow leaves you in darkness.”
And after it’s all said and done, we go back to being strangers. Because everyone changes, and you’re not the same person you were yesterday. I’m not the person I was an hour ago. I’ll look back at this, and I’m not who I was when I wrote this. Even I will be a stranger to myself, somebody that I once knew and was well accustomed to being around. However, if I don’t keep up with you and you don’t keep up with me, then we no longer know one another.
And we become strangers. And who knows, we might have been meant to be strangers all along. And you might have been sent to guide me and then depart. ”