I miss her sooo much
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
I was with my hun 6 years. We had deep love, trust, fun and everything. Then I left (till this day i don't know exactely why, I was young and curios I supose) her and go on with some other, who was not worth it. I was with her 3 years.
I spoke with my hun on phone several times, I cried once and said her I am truly sorry for ruining our relationship. Only now I truly apreciate what we had. She is so nice and have big hart.
But now she doesn't return me my calls, messages, nothing. Other day I waited her at the end of job. I wanted to surprise her, but it looked like I was stocking, so I turn back and go. She is just ignoring me lately.
She is with other guy, as far as I know they moved and live together.
I know I should let her go, but I miss and love her soooo much. I think she is ignoring me simple, because she is with another guy, and she is to great to let another one (me) in relationship, and I respect her for that. But this is even more hurting :(
Please, what should I do? It's been 3 years, if we are not to be together now, I know we will regret our whole lives. She told me last time she started to think about having kids, and I am afraid she is about to be pregnant. Then it is over for ever.
I wish her luck, but I miss her sooo much.
You are trying to deal with one of the most difficult feelings. You still love someone from long ago and she has a boyfriend.
You could try to break them up, but that would be wrong and it sounds like she is against the idea.
The least you can do is somehow contact her and tell her that you love her and will wait for her. Then you will feel better knowing that she understands your feelings.
After doing that, you will have to leave her behind even though you are thinking of her. You wish her luck so you should stay away from her. You think she will regret it her whole life, but you don't know that.
Ask her if you can call her on her birthday and if she has a name day, on that day too. It will give you something to look forward to.
Sorry this advice is of little use, but it is a very difficult question.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com