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Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
I know I left a question here a week ago, but I think I have some closure on this subject and its different. My ex and I talked the other day and I just let it out on how I feel about her. We've been broken up for 1 1/2yrs and, finally I was able to get it out. She's a very stubborn person so timing had to be right. I told her that I wanted us to get back together and she said She knew it. Her friends had been told her to leave me alone because, I couldn't be just friends with her. This explans alot why she hasn't been going out with me much. So I said to her why didn't she just stop talking to me then and she stuttered and said well she didn't think that was necessary.
If you know I can't move on, why would you even entertain me and still talk to me? I felt better after I told her and when I heard what she had to say. You still call me and all this time I guess she expected me to read between the lines or something. I'm blind when it comes to that. Don't beat around the bush, spill the beans, let it out. I've been honest. the situation that happened inthe past still comes in the way. She said that she can't go on with me "yet". I noticed she said yet and it had me thinking. SHe said if she can't move on from that, she can't move on with me. How can you be my friend after this situation happened. You still talk to me and call me and ask me personal questions, but won't enter a relationship with me. Does this sound confusing or what?
You broke up with me and still call me. I kind of know where her heart is in this situation. Maybe she's just confused. maybe, kinda, somewhat even? HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Yes, she sounds confused.
You should try to keep things smooth, relaxed and friendly. Communicate with her as much as you can, share information and share feelings. Be affectionate in what you say and how you treat her.
Don't be pushy or expect too much from her right away. She sounds like she is on the verge of coming around to you.
Happy Holidays! George
p.s. we are in the Holiday season, take advantage of all the good feelings in the air.
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com