How much of a chance is there to get back with my ex?
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
I dated a girl for about 5 months and the first four months went great. Granted it was a long distance relationship, so it was kind of hard to see her as much as I wanted. She goes to college and I work full time. We did have a lot of good memories together and even up to the day she left to go back to school it was going great. Then once the semester came she started to play hot and cold with me. Of course her semester was alot harder than the last time, so I figured that was part of the reason due to stress and trying to set her self up for a good career. What I mean by playing hot and cold was there would be days and times where she didn't seem to care to much to talk to me and others taht she was really happy to talk with me. I know now that I fell in love with her and I never really told her that. The time that I fell in love with her I asked her how she felt about the relationship and she said she wans't sure if she really wants to be with me or not and it was her not me. Knowing that is a lie, but she said that she definitely doesn't want to lose me. A few weeks pass by and slowly things aren't as good as they used to be. I decided it was for the best to break up, because she wasn't showing that she wanted to be with me. Of course the next days she would try to get ahold of me alot and we would talk. Then she mentioned that she just met this guy who i am not sure is the guy that she currently is with after two months of being apart. We have talked in teh mean time, flirted a little bit but nothing to big. I haven't talked to her in almost 4 weeks, but I still love her. Is there still a chance that things could work out even if she is with someone right now or did she just lose enough interest that I should just not care and not be friends with her anymore?
It does sound like she lost interest in you and found someone new.
Your choices are rather limited. You could tell her you love her and will wait for a while in case she wants to come back. This will probably not work.
Or, you could let her go and look for someone new. My advice is to look for someone new.
Good luck! George
-- from George
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