She says that I've been down-sized and I just can't take that.
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
This how it is. My ex and I have been ex's for a about a year and a few months. We stilled carried on with the same routine as if we were a couple. We just didn't have a title. BeforeI continue, I would just like to say that I love her very much and really want her back. I always told her that her pride and ego got in the way of things when all the time, it was me with the problem. When she would makeme mad, I would tell her I'm through with this. I really didn't mean it. This last time, I said it and she held me to it. Now I'm hurt and kind of depressed about this situation. I wouldn't say depressed, but I hurt from not having her like I did. She says that I've been down-sized and I just can't take that.
I respect the woman very much and all I want is for her to come back to me. We hardly talk, go out and anything else we use to. After I told her I was through with us, I sent her an AOL greeting and basically told her how I felt. She told me she cried while she read it. She even printed it out. I just wrote her another one and she just received it. It seems like everytime I send her one of those cards, she calls me when she gets them. The last I wrote was entitled, "I let you down."
Anyway, would you have any advice to give me about this matter. How do I know if she still care about me? During our down time, I was going out with 2 other women and just trying to see what I was missing and let me tell you 'NOTHING'. These women actually told me that they wish I hurry up and get back with her. All the issues they had and I was like I'd definitely rather be where my heart lays.
I love my ex and her daughter a whole lot. Help me please,
You've written 17 times since May asking this same question.
After you told her it was over many times, she finally took you at your word and broke up with you. That was well over a year ago.
My advice is to continue on doing what you have been doing (without much luck) and hope for the best or to move on and find someone new.
-- from George
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