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I know this thread is a couple months old, so I don't know if my opinion will be relevant to you're most current situation. Your girlfriend broke up with YOU twice, unprovoked. The first time, because she "lost interest in you". What could have possibly made her interested in you again? In my opinion, its because you didn't ask her to come back to her, and on top of that, you were going out and doing what every healthy young single person does, having fun. What was she doing during this time? She wanted you because she couldnt have you. I would not have taken her back after the second break up, but you loved her, and I know what that feels like. But, is it worth loving someone that won't forgive you? That will torment you for something that was only natural for you to do given the run-around your ex/current girlfriend was giving you. If she believes herself to be in no fault WHATSOEVER, not even apologizing or even acknowleging the wrongness of her actions, it sounds like the basis of a sour and unhealthy relationship.

I once had to walk away from someone I loved, and it was heart-wrentching. I felt horrible. But, I look back now and it was for the better. Does this person love you, or is she just with you because she is afraid of being alone? How plausible is it that someone can fall in and out of love at the drop of a hat? You are definately NOT at fault. Be forthcomming and brutally honest. Ask her why she did the things she did. Ask her if she knows how much it hurt to know she didn't care for you anymore. Ask her if she plans on holding this over your head for the rest of your relationship. If the answer is yes, walk away, no matter how painful. If she comes back to you with tears, refuse her pleads unless she vowes to let go of the past. I she doesn't, then it wasn't meant to be my friend. Is it worth being with someone who doesn't love you? You will find someone after her; hell, you were close to forming a new bond a couple days after she broke up with you from Korea. Good luck my friend, and keep us all posted. I'm sure there are many people out there who would find your experiences enlightening to their own.





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