follow up please help meVisitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
i wrote to you like a month or so ago about how me and my ex where with eachother for 4 and half yrs and i told you how when we went away to school for our second yr she broke up with me...your advice was just to listen to her and do what she tells me to do...i havent called in a month now..she has called me a couple of times blocked but i havent picked up and i talked to a couple of our friends that went to her college..when he brought it up about me and her breakin up she didnt wanna talk about and got upset when he brought it up..then this last weekend my friend went out there and saw her and was like she doesnt have a new boyfriend but it seem like she kinda missed you but didnt bring your name up or anything..they were just telling me that she wants to be single for a since she is away at school and has had boyfriend the last 4 and half yrs..and wants the college experience...and just wants to have some fun and go to wild parties..but its been like almost 2 months since we broke up...should i let her call the shots or should i try and contact her..what should i say or do when we do finally talk about this..i really want her back in my life..any help would be greatly appericated
Answer her calls.
Let her know you still care for her and love her (without grovelling.) Once she tires of partying, or has some bad experiences she will remember that you stuck with her through thick and thin.
Contact her and let her know. She will appreciate it even if she isn't ready to come back now.
Good luck! George
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