She is quite angry with meVisitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
I recently sent submitted a question, but just found out some new and imperative information. My girlfriend broke up with me a month ago. And I know for a fact that I invaded her need for space afterwards and I really messed up in doing that. I can tell she is quite angry with me. And for the time being I am not going to talk to her at all so she will know that I finally understand that she needs her space. I may have realized this too late. I am best friends with her brother and he said he would let me know when she feels comfortable with me comming over to hang out again. I know this may take a long time. I do still want her back, but I know that I cannot let her know this right now because she needs her space. Is there anything I can do in the future (like when I am invited to come back over there) to get her back? I honestly don't know if it would be a good idea to just come right out and tell her that I am sorry for invading her space. Is there anything at all I can do to get her back after crowding her too much?
I am answering your last letter along with this one.
You seem to realize this may take time and you are right. She will need her space for a while.
You are fortunate you can get information from her brother. Let a few weeks go by and then try to find out from her (through email) whether she would allow you to call once a week for 15 mins. You could pass this request through her brother if you want.
When you talk with her ask her how she is doing, let her know you still care,
be cheerful and don't talk about your relationship. It might take a while, but she may eventually turn around and consider you as a b/f again.
I hope that she does! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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