I want my ex back!
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
Hi, my girl broke up with me because we had a silly argument that escalated into a big one & she said she doesn't want to be with me anymore. We have had a lot of arguments in the past & she said she has had enough! The same thing happend a month ago & she said she wanted some space! I gave her space & after a month she got back with me but in this month of her needing space i was the one chasing her & pleading to her & eventually she got back with me! We were together for 1 year & we were very serious about each other, we introduced each other to each others families & friends & they all knew we would get married, even both out parents! She wanted to get engaged next year & now all of a sudden over an argument about something petty she doesn't want me anymore! She says she doesn't feel the same way anymore & that she has gone off me, this is very strange as one minute she wants to marry me & the other she doesn't want nothing to do with me! I really don't know what to do as I chased after her before already, one day she is all in love with me & the other she wants nothing to do with me! She says that we are done for good & that nothing will change her mind. I tried talking to her but she keeps saying she doesn't want me anymore & that we are over for good, she doesn't feel the same way about me because of the arguments!
I really don't know what to do, I really love her & want her back but I don't know what to do as she said not to contact her again & that we are over for good! It has been 2 weeks since we broke up & I havnt heard anything from her! Please help, I really want her back??!
Whatever happened in her mind to break the connection with you, it sounds like it is done. She jut doesn't want what you want any more. It's sad when this happens, but it pretty much happens to everyone at some point. You can try and try, but it will probably still be a one-sided quest. Pushing for her won't help your cause at all.
That isn't fair to you, ultimately. Please try to let her go and get involved in other things in your life.
-- from Jill
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