i dont wanna lose this one she is all i gotVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
me and my girlfriend broke up a couple weeks ago and the reason was because when we around each other all we do is fight or argue and most of the arguements are about jelousy and her going places without me. well ya c we were in washington dc a few weeks ago and all we did there was argue and she kept sneaking off into this girls hotel room! and the dAY of this national gay pride dance she broke up with me,,, because i was argueing to her about leaving me and her sneaking off in to a girls hotel room and she said it was over and i said no and she won the fight so we broke up. wel that evening i got a phone call why we were out doing something and my mom said my uncle died so i started going crazy. well my ex tried to confort me and blah blah blah well i went back to the hotel before they went to the dance and i stayed there all night well this girl named a* which was the girl my ex kept sneaking off to her room. anyways i said are you gonna dance with any other girls and she swore and promised no well come to find out she dances made out with got a lap dance and everything and lied about it i had her friend tell me the truth and she lied and i have never had anyone be so dishonested with me... but anywho she said we cant be together until we work things trhough everyday we have been staying with each other and she said we have had realy good days and which i admit we have.. but any ways i need help... i need help figuring out what to do eiether wait around untilit is convientefor her or tell her straight up or i dont know what to do i need help i need awnsers we have been together for 9 months june 19 2005 and i dont wanna lose this one she is all i got i really dont have a good family to turn to when time gets rough or any friends she is bascially all i got and i need your advice please come up with the best soulution
If you want to keep her, you are going to have to stop all the arguing.
That means YOU will have to start agreeing with her except when something is very important. You will also have to start having long, honest, trusting, caring and respectful conversations with her. Find out how she really feels about life and herself and you. You will find yourself feeling calm and good if you do this right. No fighting, remember!
-- from George
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