I messed up
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Three months ago I broke it off with my girlfriend of almost three years. We had an amazing relationship. Before we started dating we decided to live together as roommates in the town she was finishing up college. Before the movin date we began dating and lived together in a very healthy relationship. I am three years younger than her, and was freshly out of highschool and my parents house when we got our first apartment. After over two years of living together I decided that I wanted to experiance life as a single young bachelor and not only broke it off, but moved out of our apartment on my own. I realized during the whole experiance that it was an immature and idiotic choice. Almost instantaniously I began expressing this feeling. She feels that i do not truly love her, and does not want to go through being hurt again. I have no way of expressing to her how much I am honestly commited to her. I've brokebn down, and we have had several talks, but they all end in her simply being angrier at me. She says she needs me to "let it go" for a while. I really odnt know how long a while is! Even so, I would really love to continue seeing her. Do I still have some maturing to do? Do you think there is ever any way I can convince her of my devotion? I honestly have no interest in any other women, and seek to marry her in the not-so-distant future.
Something is wrong if she keeps getting angrier at you.
Perhaps you should do what she suggests and let it drop for a while. Date around so you get those single guy feelings over and done with (if that's what does happen.)
Meanwhile keep in contact with your love, call her once a week for 15 mins to see how she's is doing (ask her permission to make these calls.)
Be honest with her and tell her what you are doing and that you still care for her. Once she feels you have "sowed your wild oats," she may take you back.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com