she said if i changed them she might give me another chanceVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
hi im coming off of a four month relationship with my first girlfriend, i love her so much, heres the story, we moved really fast, i told her i loved her after a week, but she said she loved me back, then she was always there for me, when my grandfather died, she sat and cried with me, i know how much she cared about me, then after the 3rd month i guess one can say everything went downhill, she had told me i was clingy and at sometimes annoying but i was fixing that, now tuesday we got our yearbooks and she wrote to me that i meant so much and she wanted to hold on to our relationship for a long time, then on saturday she told me how much she loves me and how much she care, we had problems on sunday and she told me she needed space and she wanted a break, me being the idiot i am , wanted more details and have not left her alone for a week, i am constantly trying to get her to feel bad and take me back, but it dont work and shes getting annoyed, she has not taken my pictures down and she was flirting with me alot the other day, i want her back so bad, she says she wants to be friends and she told me all the reasons why she left me and said if i changed them she might give me another chance, what should i do, i love her so much
The answer is rather clear.
Change those habits that she told you about. Work on them each and every day and when you see her tell her the progress you are making. If you are too clingy, for example, find some fun things to do with other people and then tell her about them.
Put your mind to it and you will be able to figure out what to do about the faults she is complaining about.
I wish you the best of luck!
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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