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Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
i know you guys are busy but i need your help cuz its only place i have to turn to and you give great advice-so i hope you can give me an in depth answer.
my girlfriend of over 3 and half years broke up with me bout a mont ago-it was over a huge fight-we seen eachother twice after that-the second time was another huge fight and its been two weeks since weve talked.
the last fight was because for months now we had great summer but i felt in my heart something was wrong(another man)she was on my space and it bothered me-she constantly was adding more and more guys and getting comments sent that sounded like she is hanging with them.she blocked me from her page and said she would let me on but kept stalling.i told her many times how i felt and wanted us to have heart to heart and get it out in open then move on.she wouldnt.i wanted the truth-i did something i feel bad for-i pretended i was someone else to get on her page-i seen stuff that made me hurt.the last time we fought i told her what i did and seen that she was talking to other guys and she left me for good cuz she said i snooped and she knew it was me so all the comments from guys was just an act.she told me she will never be with me again and that were done for good and to leave hewr alone.last night i seen her in bar where i was at and she was with another guy-it tore me apart. what do i do? i love her and want her-but i also want opinion on how you see what happened with us-was i wrong was she wrong?and there is another guy now what do i do-do i leave her alone like she said-i want us back and to be able to trust her again-do you think its possible she come bacK?
She is wrong and so are you.
She was worse than you. She is giving you a *very* strong message that she is no longer interested in you. You can hang around and hope for the best, but expect the worst.
You can try the romantic route to getting her back... write her poetry, buy her dark chocolates, and flowers. This might get you a foot back in the door.
Also show her that you are not dependent on her by being cheerful, taking care of how you dress, and proceeding with your life. Nothing breeds success like success.
Take advantage of the good feelings of the Holidays to try to go out with her.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com