" If its meant to be we will be back together". What exactly does this mean?
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
Ok heres the thing I still like my ex 10 months after the break up. It was a 4 1/2 year relationship. She wanted to break up b/c she says we were starting to fall apart and i did i few things i shouldnt of. we have stayed in contact throughout the break-up because we both want to be really close friends no matter what happens. She called me on X-mas just to see how my x-mas went and i asked the same to her.We talked for about 40 minutes. Is this just a friendship thing or do u think she may have some stronger feelings? I have told her that i still love her and would love it if we would get back together but she says she still isnt ready. She usually says " if its meant to be we will be back together". what exactly does this mean? Sometimes when we talk it seems like she is really into me and then sometimes she doesnt and we dont talk for a couple of weeks. Its kinda weird but ever since the break-up its like one day i think we will get back together and the next day i think we wont.I am to the point were i think we will never get back together just because of how long its been since the break up. IM just kinda wondering if a relationship can still get back together after being seperated for so long? please help, thanks
"If it's meant to be" is a phrase used to describe the mystery of love and how anything can happen and is based on the thought that true love will overcome all.
In your case, there is a chance that you two will be back one day. She is very open with you and you get along well together even after 10 months. Of course, it could be friendship... but that is where many romances begin.
My advice is to take advantage of your friendship to call her once a week to see how she is doing, to tell her you still care, and to maintain contact. Talk for only 15 minutes, be cheerful, and don't talk about your relationship unless she does.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com