She does not want a serious relationship
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
-Continuation of "Friendship Bubble" scenario.
This will probably be the last question I have for awhile. Things between me and my "girlfriend" has come to its appropriate turning point. She is back from Europe, but it is clear that she does not want a serious relationship with me (or anyone one else for that matter)...she told someone (who told me) that she really loved me at one point, but I missed my chance with her. (She says that she loves me...but most likely not that strong love that she had before)But from that day I messed things up and was out of her life for 2 years, I have shown her all the love and care any girl could want. I am her best friend and we've known each other for 10 years...I can never forgive myself for not taking the opprotunity when I had the chance. I have been going out with other girls, and testing the waters (and having fun doing it)...but this girl I loved and lost will be with me forever.
1) Given our history (and women's cronic mind changing), what is the likelyhood of her giving me another chance and to find ourselves reunited once again?
2) Can I find any redemption for my past or my soul??
Answer 1: yes she could change her mind again... you need to be sensitive or close enough to detect it.
Answer 2: For redemption of your soul stop by your place of worship :) As far as general redemption realize that you are young and still learning. Also, she is the same and probably did not signal her feelings strongly enough.
Good luck! George
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One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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