Wants girlfriend backVisitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
I've read a lot about getting the ex back and I'm going to give some things a try but I just wanted to get a straight answer from you. I rencentlly lost my gf, cause her mother found out we had sex, and didn't want us together anymore. I was suprised that she wasn't totally agenst breaking up cause she told me that she wanted to be with me forever, and wanted my childeren when we were ready. when we broke up, she told me that she didn't want to commit herself with anyone, and didn't know what she wanted. sounds like an excuse to me. She is giving me mixed messages since we broke up. one day she was Loving me, the next, hardlly a friend. It really made me mad cause she showed me that she wanted me and now shes looking to hook up with another guy. now she seems to be getting mad at me for asking questions about the break up and why she was sending me mixed messages. I've done my best to show her that I was doing ok, and I told her my feelings (that I want to be with her) I've been really down and depressed cause of this and I want her back. I feel that she has moved on but she doesn't say she has. What can I do to get her back? Please give me advice, . She also told me that we could try it again when she's 18, but I think she just wanted me to feel better about the hole break up. ever since we broke up I can't stop thinking about her. every day, every night I think about her, and its just killing me that I can't be with her.PLEASE HELP!!! THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
The only thing you can realistically do is make yourself available to your ex and let her know that you still love her. You have already done this with mixed results. There is not much more you can do. Her mother has probably put ideas in your ex's mind. And your ex is trying to deal with what her mother says and at the same time dealing with how she feels for you.
Hope this doesn't sound too pessimistic, because you are luckier than many people who have ex's who won't even talk to them. Take advantage of your opportunities to communicate with your ex and perhaps she will come around to your way of thinking.
Best of luck!
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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