I'm afraid of giving her so much free time that she hooks up with this other guyVisitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
Hello, my name is Tai. I was with my girlfriend for 15 months. One day i made a mistake and i yelled at her for being stupid. She knows she was being stupid but she's very opinionated and always has to be right, so we faught about it and she broke up with me. She blocked me from MSN and stopped calling me. It's been almost a month of us not being together and i still love her more than ever. We were at a party together for the first time in weeks of seeing or speaking to each other and she told me she doesn't love me. But according to my friends who talked to her, she still loves me. She told me that she doesn't want to get back together with me. My friends who talked to her said that she does want to get back together with me. I decided to let love go and see if it would come back, the next day she called me and we talked about random things. She keeps talking to random people on the internet from other cities and they try to meet up. I don't know if she's trying to make me jealous or not. But she seems very interested in this other guy. I'm the kind of person never to give up, especially for something good. What should i do? Should i just let this other guy get her, or should i keep on trying. I'm told to give her time and i'm willing to give time, but i'm afraid of giving her so much free time that she hooks up with this other guy. What should i do?
You had better make your move soon.
She may hook up with this other guy sooner than you expect.
Of course, since her friends say she still wants you, this guy may just be a way to make you jealous.
In any case, try to get back close to her. Try this: call her once a week to see how she is doing, to let her know you still care, and to maintain contact.
Don't talk about your relationship unless she does. Be cheerful and keep the call to 15 mins or so.
This should gradually and hopefully bring you back to where to you were before.
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Good luck! George
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