Really not sure what to think.
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Hi there and thanks for your advise, as I'm in quite a mess. Two years ago, I met the love of my life. I was absolutely sure that we were meant to be together. We both (at the time) talked of marriage seriously. I don't have anything bad to say about her or our relationship, up until two weeks ago. Out of nowhere she said she wanted a 'break' which really upset me. The whole time we were supposed to be on a break, we still hung out, called each other all the time, etc. So, it really wasnt anything. A few days later she decided that things were okay, and we were back together again. Literally the next day she broke up with me, saying I didnt give the space she wanted, but then quickly called me back saying sorry, that she wanted to take another break. I was starting to get a little annoyed. Well, stupid me, again, I kept bugging her the whole time about what she was doing, etc etc, making things worse. Again, she broke up with me, but then appologized, and agreed to stay on a break together. Well, I got mad and called her over a stupid issue of her hanging out with one of my friends, and she said she had enough and completely broke it off for good. This was yesterday. I'm starting to sadly see that I was a complete idiot, and all I had to do was give her the space she needed and everything probably would've been fine. She just got her own apartment and is starting college tomorrow, so she says she wants to be single... she loves me but cant be in a relationship right now. However, she came over today to see me (telling me she was 'worried' about me, told me she missed me, and when I asked if we would ever get back together, she replied "thats up to you." I asked how, and she said it depends on if I wait or not. She said shes not interested in dating anyone else. I love this girl with all of my heart and I'm willing to do anything to save the relationship. What should I do?
She told you exactly what to do. She said it depends on if you wait or not.
So, simply wait. Ask her if it is ok for you to call once in a while to see if she is ok. Maybe she will want more that just a call, but you should take it very slowly.
Good luck to you! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com