I just recently got an email with her saying "we need to talk".

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My girlfriend and I have been dating for 3 months now. Just recently she's been acting stressed out from work and there are times she gets mad at me for little things. She wasn't returning my calls or calling me as much. Our relationship wasn't doing very well until she took me to see her family this weekend. When we came back from that trip she immidiately started acting like it was before we met her family. She not inviting me to hang out with her even when I asked if she wanted to hang out saying that she's too busy. She also lives with a roomate who she use to date years ago. When we met she did not get along with him and just recently, before we went to see her family she mentioned that they are getting along. And that she talks to him alot friendlier that she would to me. I just recently got an email with her saying "we need to talk". I'm guessing that she's cheating on me with him and that they're getting back and she doesn't know how to tell. Please help. What should I do?

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What can you do? Meet her and have the talk.

Then you will find out what's going on. From your description your relationship is going down hill anyway so you may be right that she wants to break up. The details of why will have to wait for the talk.

The best thing you can do is to be completely open and honest (and gentle) with her to make things go better and make her feel better about you.

I wish you a lot of luck!

-- from George
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