does he really want to make it work this time around?
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
Me and my ex broke up last year in december. I never got over him but I managed to not think about him so much. Well we started talking again july of this year but he was so distant and having a conversation with him wasn't so easy. We started to get closer and I ended up having to move in with him and his family because I got kicked out. I lived with him for 2 months and Me and him became really close. Closer than we've ever been. We would make it each other laugh soooo hard and play fight be intimate with each other. Me and his sis in law didn't get along for anything bc she is jealous that my ex isn't spending time with her daughter. I told him everything that was going on with her and finally he started to see it was her causing the drama. When we dated last year he blamed it on me. Well this past week me and her ended up getting into a fight and of course I was the one who had to leave bc she has that baby. Anyways I told him I was afraid that since I wasn't going to be living with him that we would drift apart. He keeps telling me that he's going to be around and that we will see each other on weekend and that he would call me everyday. I reminded him about the last time we broke up and he says its different this time around but the thing is were not official again but we act as if we are calling each other baby and going to dinner etc. But anyways im so scared that we will drift apart bc we will only see each other on weekends. His best friend says that he can see that he's crazy for me and I've noticed a change also. For example he cant be without me for too long during the day. At night if I get up to use the restroom hell say hurry I can't sleep without you. And if he doesn't know where I am hell get mad. So now that u know how he is this time around do you think well make it?
All the signs are good for you to making it.
The only problem is his sister. If you feel comfortable with it, you should apologize to her and say it was your fault. Then stop fighting with her. She is not worth your time and she is causing trouble for you and your BF.
This may not be easy to do, but you must do it if you want a good relationship with him.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com