she is real busy with raising a child, going to school fulltime and working

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The question that I have is in regards to my ex. We have not been talking like we usually do because of the fact that she is now in school and time is not on our side for anything. I asked her if she care about me and she said, she cares for me as a friend. What does that mean? Its rather she care or not. How should I go about this situation? It seems as though she is trying to convince herself that we're nothing more than friends when things are kind of the same. She says she doesn't need to talk to her friends as much(that includes me), but she still calls me more than them. Why do you feel that she is acting like that? She said that she doesn't see us together RIGHT NOW. I said why never? I know she is real busy with raising a child, going to school fulltime and working, but what does that have to do with me? Should I stay around and show her I'm here for her or should I go? I love this girl to death and I'm willing to wait, but not stop living my life. Help me out!!! Advice
Her life is so full right now that she doesn't have time for a real boyfriend.

You are lucky she considers you a close enough friend that she spends time with you. Keep talking with her and hope for the best. She is too stressed right now to give you more attention.

Once a month ask her out to dinner and offer to pay for the baby sitter. She should greatly appreciate that.

Good luck! George

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