Hey guys! So this story is actually gonna have a plot! A WHOO-HOO! I know this was short, but I promise there's a lot more to come! This was kinda just setting up the story. So, enjoy!

Memories started rushing through my head, a mile a minute. This couldn't be happening.

"I-I just don't know where this is going anymore. You've completely changed. It used to be that we couldn't wait to see each other after work, and now, now it seems like you can't wait to leave for work. You don't kiss me goodbye anymore, or tell me you love me, and it hurts, so bad. I gave you everything, Chandler. And this is what I get? I-I just think we need to just be friends. This isn't working out like I thought." Monica finished weakly, her voice cracking, and tears now streaming down her face.

Trying to compose myself, for I knew that tears were threatening my eyes, I stood up and walked towards her. "Monica," I began. "Don't do this, please." I begged. I could feel the tears coming.

"I don't want to hear it, Chandler. I don't want to hear your apologies. Because frankly, it's come to that I don't even know when you tell the truth anymore? Do you even love me? Did you ever? I'm not even sure anymore, Chandler." She sobbed.

I lifted my hand to her cheek and whispered in a barely audible voice, "Of course I do, I always have." She removed my hand from her face and drew in a deep breath before she said, "I, I just can't trust you right now. The minute you prove it to me, I'll believe you. But until then, this just isn't going to work. I'm sorry." She gave me a heart-breaking look and then turned and walked out of the door, leaving me alone in an empty apartment to grieve over the loss of the best thing in my life.

I walked to the door, slammed it shut, and let out a loud scream that I had been holding in the whole fight. I slid down the door, put my head between my knees and just cried. No one had ever made me cry before, and I sure as hell didn't think it would be Monica that would finally do it.

"Of course I love her. I have to prove it to her, but how?" I thought to myself. This was without a doubt going to be the hardest thing in the world. But I would have to figure it out, because she was worth it.