She broke up with me!
Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
I've been dating a girl for about 6 months. She broke up with me because she felt that it won't be long term relationship. What should I do?
Wow, the girls dates you for 6 months and that's all the answer she can give you?? Of course if she breaks up with you she doesn't think it was a relationship she could stay in!! But how about telling you WHY?? I would really think after 6 months of being your girlfriend that she could be a bit more honest than that. She should be able to tell you WHAT bothered her so much that she could not work on it and get it to work out well. For her to just give up and say it wouldn't work out without anything more than a "It wouldnt' work" statement is really childish.
I would try talking to her again. There must have been SOMETHING that bothered her, and to be honest she should have mentioned it LONG before she actually broke up with you. To just hide her problems from you until they got too much and she had to call it quits is hardly being a good girlfriend. If you can actually get her to be honest and tell you the real reason, you'll have something to work with. But if she decides to keep hiding from you and play the "ha ha you have to figure it out for yourself" game, maybe it's best that you are rid of her after only 6 months.
Yes, it'll be hard to get over her. Breakups are always traumatic. But spend time taking care of yourself, and knowing that you did the best you could. Hopefully the next girl you start relating to will be much more honest, and more worthy of you!
-- from Jenn
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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