I want my ex back
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
ok well ive been hooking up wit me ex gf that was my first love n its been 4 years since we were going out but ever since dat day we would hook up but then for awhile we didnt cuz we got into a big fight n i have put her threw soo much shit but she forgave me n put her trust in me n i had asked her before if wed ever get back together she said yes i promise but she said that it needs to be the right time and this may were both graduating from the same school and its coming so fast and i havent spent time wit her like i always do and last night i asked her some questions if she still loved me she said yes n then i asked her if she still cared about me she said yes n i asked her if i would ever lose her she said no but t then i had asked her if she felt the same she said she dont know and then i asked her about us gettin back together she said i dont know but before she promised that we would and that her feelings wouldnt change unless i lied n i asked her if it was me the reason she dont know about us getting back together n she told me it wasnt me n that its her n the reason i asked her those questions is because how i havent seen her....and another thing after graduation her mom is wanting her to move....why do u think she is saying she dont know about us getting back together is it because she dont feel the same for me or wat? and why do u think i havent been able to spend time with her? is she confused about graduation or about moving or wat is it? n since valentines day this year weve spent every day together except for the past 2 days why do u think all this is happening?
Your suggestion that she may be confused about moving is probably the right one.
If you really love her then tell her you want to follow her to where she moves so you can continue your contact. Her reaction to that idea will tell you a lot about how she feels.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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