The thought of never having her in my life again tears me apartVisitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
It's me again, not sure if you remember me.
Anywho, I've hit a bit of a bump... It's starting to near her leaving for England, and I'm getting very panicy. I keep worrying that I'll lose her forever, and it's causing me to become very depressed. I feel so empty inside.
Recently my ex and I got into a bit of a scuffle.. I asked her if she would prefer I not have feelings for her she replied with "I guess, I suppose it would help some". I just don't know..
Does she even want me?? She tells me we can try things again when she gets back but she can't promise anything, but yet then she answers me with comments like that. And her actions.. it just appears that she doesn't want anything to do with me. We haven't gotten together in about 2 weeks.
Life seems so dismal these days. I find myself more alone than ever before, I don't even seem to have any close friends. I feel like if I dropped off the face of the Earth no one would notice.
I feel like I'm doing more harm than good. Perhaps I just read into things too much, I know she's been upset with her dad remarrying and she's worried about moving to England. I've been such a horrible friend to dump my emotions on her like this.
I love her so much, but do you think I should just leave her alone? The thought of never having her in my life again tears me apart.. Any advice you can give would be of much help.
The best thing to do is to relax all your feelings and wait until she gets to England.
Once she is there you can communicate thru email or whatever. She will be feeling a little stressed getting used to the new environment and will be thankful to have you as an anchor from a familiar place.
Don't pressure her now. Just be there for her if she needs you.
This approach is the most likely to succeed!
-- from George
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