Back together, but recently hit a steep slope
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
Hi, I'm not sure if you remember me or not, I'm sure you get lots of e-mails a day. I'm the guy who a while ago broke up with his girlfriend and she moved to England and have been trying to get back together with her.
Well, to make a long story short we did get back together :) She still loved me, it was mushy, we got back hehe. I went to visit her in England in February. It was wonderful. However after I went back home is when things became bad...
She admitted to me over the phone one night that she was bulimic. I did all I could to be there for her. Listened to her did the best to help her. Eventually I got her to let me tell a family member which in turn got her to return home.
She's back in the states now, but right before she left... I noticed she just stopped talking to me very much.. she didn't call or check on me. And she'd get upset when I'd call to check on her. Currently I'm seeking medical help for a problem of my own and I know she has hers to deal with. But I can't help but feel pained by the fact that she doesn't want to contact me or talk to me.
I feel like we suddenly went back to the way we were.. when I was visiting her she would constantly ask me if I wanted to marry her someday. Of course I do! I love this woman so much... but I feel like she suddenly has pushed me asside. What do i do? do I just give her space and wait for her to contact me however long that may be? Or perhaps is she thinking of leaving me again? or is this all because she has so much on her mind as far as seeking help with her disorder and telling her family.
Sorry for the lengthy question, I just needed to explain the situation. You're advice has always been a great guide for me. Any help you can offer is appreciated.
Your question needs to be addressed to her.
Ask her why she seems to be withdrawn recently. Is she feeling ok? Is there a problem in your relationship? Does she miss England?
Be sure to find out the answer to this question because things may go down the tubes otherwise.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com