After I got in the car I almost instantly regretted my decision to stay with Hardin. I watched Trevor slowly get smaller until he disappeared and I knew I had made the wrong decision. I didn't even know if I trusted Hardin anymore. I don't know that I'd ever be able to look at him the same again. I just feel like we're toxic around each other and things never last between us. Our relationship has been nothing more than sex and fighting. But at the end of the day I know I have feeling for Hardin and I know that he needs me. "Tessa I just want you to know--" I cut Hardin off "I don't want to talk about it right now we can later but not now." " But Tessa I just want to say--" "Hardin I said I don't want to talk about it right now." Hardin tried to kiss me but I pulled away. "What was that for?" He asked. " Just because I got in a car with you does not mean we're getting back together, me and you need to figure out things first. I don't want our relationship to just be fights and sex and I don't want our relationship constantly causing problems, I can't deal with this right now, and the only reason I'm going back to your house with you is to get my stuff and move it all out. I'm not saying we'll never get back together Hardin, but we need to figure out things before we just jump back into things because that never ends well for us, and this is why I didn't want to talk about it because I was gonna get angry and it's gonna become this whole big thing when it doesn't need to be!" I blurted without even thinking. "Tessa calm down, okay you don't need to move your stuff out and I can give you some space okay, I love you so please don't do this Tessa, I'm begging you!" "Hardin don't make things harder than they already are and trust me when I say I love you, and I'm only doing this to benefit us both, we just need to figure out who we are before we can get back into a relationship and we can still be--" " Don't you dare say it Tessa Young. Don't you dare." The rest of the ride back to Hardin's place was silent yet there were plenty of tears rolling down his cheeks, and down mine.