i would think that if you loved someone you would still at least have SOME feelings left for them
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
Hi, my ex and I have been broken apart for about 2 1/2 months. He was my first, and first love. We broke up becaue he was at college, we never saw each other, and never talked really that much, but that was also because he in't that much of a talker. So then after a while i elized that i missed him and told himthat...then he told me that since we broke it off he tried to get over me and he did..but i would think tht if you loved someone you would still at least have SOME feelings left for them. then i asked if he would get back with me, he aid no what would make a difference now? I am still at college and we never talk..i said i guess your right..the last time italked to him we flirted a lot and we ended up having sex and he tol me that he only wanted to be friends withbennefits(meeting up and hooking up). I said maybe..then i saw him at my birthday and nothing happend at all./I miss him a lot, and now taht im getting my lisense in october i would thik that that would be different, because now i can go see him in delaware (im in pa) so i wouldn't think that would be to difficult. I man i want to talk to him, but im afriad of rejection yet agian, and afriad he will be aggrivated at me for asking agian. I miss him a lot and would do anyhting to get him back, I have been going through depression and i feel like total and abolutly crap when he sint around adn when he is all of my emotions come ruhing through... please help, thank you.
Try keep keep the connection somehow.
Call him once every two weeks just to see how he is doing... don't drag the conversation out even if seems to want to. He will resent how much time he spent on the phone.
When you get your license, arrange a visit with him about once every six weeks just to catch up on what's happening.
Don't get your expectations too high, he seems to be in a different place now.
Best of luck,
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com