am I worrying for nothing?Visitor's Question from a unknown year old Male
Hey there, i have wrote before about depression and avoiding break ups and the advise has been great even when it is something you dont want to hear sometimes, but here goes.
Its been four weeks since a break up in my relationship. we are working things out and it is going well. Now my girlfriend and her family have big money porblems and soon they will have to move into her grandparents house. When we were discussing it today she mentioned that her and her family might be there for up to, two years. However she also said that she feels that she won't be there that long. I asked, "where will u be"? she replied "i dont know", I thought this to be strange because she had a lot of confusion on her face. She then sed and i qoute, "i dont know maybe i will be here with you, i jus dont know" unquote. Now the thing is she wants to be an actress, and i want to be an actor, thats how we met doing a play and we been together 2 and half years now. Now i have put my career on hold due to depression and i have a regular day job jus so i can live a little. When she told me. i had an overwhelming feeling that she whould jus get up and go and forget about me. I am probably jus being paranoid but after suffering a recent break up its hard to think straight. Am i worrying about nothing? We are on a sex break which is not a prob, we kiss, hug anf tease each other all the time and it is slowly building bk up. We took a candle lit bath last night together which was great. And jus b4 she left my house today, we arranged to see each other tuesday and planned a picnic in green park for the weekend, i am at work all week so its the best we cud manage. I am probably letting my fears get the best of me and i know i sound selfish giving her situation. I also must stress that she jus looked and sounded confussed. am I worrying for nothing?
Thank u for your time
She said, "i dont know maybe i will be here with you, i jus dont know"
Well -- Instead of thinking that she's going to split out of town. I take it that she wants to move in with you. It sounds like she doesn't want to go live with her grandparents, which is totally understandable. Her life is in chaos right now, and it's great that you are there to support and understand what she's going through.
From what you say, things are on an upswing and are in a lot better place than they were two weeks ago. Have faith, have hope, and continue getting better.
I wish you the best.
-- from Jenn
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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