Peter Weber stays sane during the coronavirus pandemic by answering many fan questions on Instagram Stories … and the latter may have revealed how he really feels about his breakup with Madison Prewett after The single person.
Sunday March 22, a fan participated in the former Bachelor Q&A asking for separation advice. “Advice for someone who has just broken up with a 3-year relationship,” asked the anonymous user. Weber’s response, however, seemed extremely personal.
“Breakups are supposed to hurt,” Weber wrote. “But I believe that things happen for a reason and you are one step closer to yourself now.” It’s nice, but it’s what he says next that feels pretty close to home.
“You should never want to be with someone who doesn’t want you to come back the same way,” he concluded, combining the sentiment with a thoughtful solo photo. Hmmm …
While this may have been just serious advice to another broken-hearted human, his response is particularly revealing when you consider the relationship of Weber and Prewett before the Barb of it all and the After the final rose ceremony. Before Weber’s mother criticized the couple on national television, they had already broken up. Prewett left the competition after realizing how different his values were from those of Weber. The fact that he slept with the other contestants during Fantasy Suite week seemed to be just the breaking point.
Weber even told Prewett that she was the only one whose feelings towards him were unclear, and Prewett apparently admitted to Barb that she would not accept an engagement. Could they have just realized that their feelings were not on the same level?
“Madi and I have mutually decided not to continue our relationship,” Weber wrote on Instagram on March 13, just three days after The single person final. “Believe me, it was not easy for the two of us, but after many honest conversations, we agreed that it was what made the most sense for both of us. The love and respect that I ai for Madi will continue to endure. “
Peter Weber also answered a lot of other questions during the question and answer session, including one on the current state of a certain injury.
“Do a lot better than this photo haha,” he replied to someone who asked questions on his forehead. “I have made microneedling on it every few months and cream twice a day. Dr. says it takes about a year to fully heal.” With all of the joyous Instagrams Peter has posted recently, it looks like it’s not the only scar that’s starting to fade.