She does not believe that we should communicate in anywayVisitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
here is the situation.
Me and my ex were on and off togehter for the last two years. Were both graduating college. She was my first time, and i was her first bf in 6 years. We always had a lot of fun together but always after some time we would seperate for 2wks or soo and just get back together. Recently we have been back together for 4 months. We have gotten really close the whole time we have been together and have shared a lot of great moments, with rarely any fighting. The situation is she recently told me she cant do this anymore, she does not haev the same feelings for me as i do for her. She doesnt think it if fair for me to continue this, and that she thinks im a great guy, and that i did nothing wrong and i will find someone eles (telling me this while she looks like she is going to cry the whole time). She tells me she does care for me, and that she feels like she can tell me anything at anytime. She also told me that she has been recently hanging out with her ex from 6 years ago again. She then proceeds to tell me that she does not believe we should talk for some time. She still wants to be friends but she does not konw when that will be. She does not believe that we should communicate in anyway. I dont konw what to do, if its meant to be its going to happen, but im afriad that she will never talk to me again. I couldnt stand loseing the relationship and friendship. what do i do?
You have no choice.
Do what she says and I'll be you that she'll come back to you in less than a month. Just be sure you don't contact her.
If she hasn't contacted you in a month then give her a call and just ask her how she is doing and tell her you miss having her as a friend.
Give it a try!
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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