Everything was great! But 2 years into our realationship she cheated, i got over that i thought
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
My girlfrind and i were dating for 3 years. I first met her when she was 15 and i was 18 i wasn't looking to fall in love with this girl when i first met her but it happened, and for the past 3 years i've been all she's known. We were together almost EVERYDAY i would pick her up from work, drive her here and there, take her out to eat anywhere she wanted, i took her to everyone of her school dances and prom, we went to Florida for a week by ourselves last December. Everything was great! But 2 years into our realationship she cheated on me, i got over that i thought, and we spent another year togther, well one night i got pretty drunk and all those emotions came back up and i called her some pretty harsh words and things i didnt mean and she broke up with me, its been 2 months now and the first few weeks were crazy i was buying her things, diamond rings, flowers, calling her all the time, texting her, e-mailing her, and she says i just need some space, i just need space, but now that she has just graduated high school and her dad just bought her a car, she and 2 of her best girlfriends have decided to move out, in a pretty bad area, so now everytime i call she wont awnser and it drives me nuts cause i love this girl to death and she keeps ignoring me and the last time i talked to her which was about 2-3 weeks ago she said i just need some time, then she changed her mind toward the end and said i dont think we ever can get back together...So now everyones telling me to just leave her alone and she'll come back, cause ex's always call you back after they relize what they lost. But im going crazy everyday i miss her and don't know whats going on or what shes doing in her new apartment. Now that shes 18 and shes got a car and a place, she has no one telling her what to do, but i just dont know what i should do?? Please help me!
The traditional way to get an ex back is to become their best friend.
This isn't always easy to do, but it is the first step in mending a broken relationship. So make every effort to be there for her as someone to talk to when she needs it. Don't make your relationship a priority, that may come with time.
It may take a year for you to rebuild what you loss, but there is no quick fix for what has happened.
Sorry for the situation you are in!
-- from George
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