It was the same argument over and over in her head. Don’t text him, don’t text him, don’t text him. She wanted to win this argument she really did, but her heart would not let her. Just text him, maybe he’ll respond this time. Just text him, he’ll see how much you miss him. Just text him, he’ll understand. But he didn’t.
The argument played on for days, weeks. Don’t do it, stop texting him. Again the heart compelled her to do what her brain was trying to tell her stop doing. Maybe now he’ll understand that all I want to do is see him. Maybe now he’ll agree that this is no way to end a relationship. Maybe now he’ll talk to me, understand what I am going through. But he didn’t.
And the argument played on in her head until the very end. She texted him, again, apologizing for texting him too much in the past. He responded, the door opened a little. She kicked through it and texted more. She was relentless, her heart was winning the argument, but in reality, she was actually losing the argument.
He finally responded. They had their conversation. The texting has stopped and so has their relationship. Ultimately, there was no winner in this argument, her head and her heart both lost.