want my exgirlfriend back
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
I have been with this girl for six month, it was a long distance relatonship. evrything was great,
we would visit each other, and she even asked me to move to be closer
and I agreed, but after the last time I was thier, she became distant, she was questioning
that if i move to her it may not work, and i might end up hating her. so after I came back
to NYC, I called her to talk she was crying and she told me that her
ex is back in the picture and she needed space and time to think, but I could not wait for her, I kept calling and living messages
till I made her angery, and she told me it's over, that I was cliging to her, that I loved her why more, and that her ex understands
her better to give her space when she asks him.I beged her to at least keep in touch, and she agreed for me better to email her
then call but not untill a month has passed,but then i was surprised after she contacted me via messanger after two weeks of the brackup,
she wanted to konw how I was doing, of caurse I acted like everything was fine and that I was going out and having fun, she was glad to hear that.
three days after that she sent me a happy birthday note, and we started exchanging email just fowerded jokes and clips nothing more,so
after the month has passed I decided to call her it was bad. first she didn't know who I was antill I told her It's me.
that told me that she had deleted my number from her phone.then she told me that she cant talk she's busy I asked if I can call later, but she
said she was going out later and hunged up,wrightaway I sent her a text message saying, that I hop ur not upset, I just wanted to
see how you were doing, and she replyed i'm not i'm just busy and tired today. I dont know what to do should I trie calling her another day
please help me
Yes, give it a week and try again.
Be sure to remind her that it was her idea to call in a month's time. Tell her you would like to call her once every two weeks for 15 min just to see how she is doing. Cheerful talk and no discussing relationships.
Once you have your foot in the door, maybe things will go better.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com