broke up....

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Broke up yesterday.... 1st time.... I didn't really feel anything until a while ago... She said she wanted to break up as we had nothing left to talk about,and that I had nothing to say, but I asked further and she said she thinks she has started to like some other guy. I said okay and we broke up...

But the problem is... I am a quiet guy to begin with. The reason why I didn't talk to her so much about my life because... we've only known each other for like 7 weeks total. And these things in my life aren't really pleasant to share... :/ (eg parents divorces and relatives, family passing away... etc Unfortunately more horrible things happen around me in my childhood compared to others.)

I think she liked me in the beginning because I was 'mysterious' but when she got to know me more and found I had nothing interesting... etc etc. This has happened ... basically everytime... I would be able to become close to any girl I am interested in... (Or everytime I like a girl it was because the girl got me to like her.) we would have a great time for a couple of weeks and then it just kind of dies off.... Except this time I actually managed to make it into a relationship... :/ How to prevent this happening next time? Advice
You need to make a list of things to talk about. Your family, your siblings, your relatives, your pets, school, teachers, sports, clubs, concerts, music, videos, cable, computers, vacations, hobbies, etc.

See also our webpage on what to talk about:

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