vmaypa Posted March 27, 2017 Share Posted March 27, 2017 I've been dating a girl for about 3 years now and my girlfriend and I have been routinely doing the same thing every time we see each other since I've went back to school in January. She works Mon-Fri and I go to school during the week. We usually gym together every night during weekdays, and spend about 1 day during the weekend pretty much doing the same thing we have since I've went back to school which is walking the dog, going to the park, movies, going out to eat. I've asked her to do other things on the weekend, but she say's that's what she likes (what i mentioned above). I've been so busy with school the past month or two that she's been hanging out more often with her friends, which is understandable. The whole thing that lead to her wanting space was the result of me being so frustrated with her wanting to spend time with her friends, knowing that i've been busy with school. I've pretty much been so frustrated and selfish about it that I kind of turned her off, and annoyed her to the point where she said she needed space to "miss me" since we're so accustomed to seeing each other everyday. She basically said, "i'm probably annoyed by you because i don't have time to 'miss you' anymore since I see you almost everyday." We're still on good terms, meaning we still go to the gym together, but we decided to not go together everyday, but more like once or twice a week now. We still text each other, but I TRY to give her space and not next her as much. She told me not to worry and to stop overthinking things, as well as to trust her. I really love this girl and I don't want to mess things up, but how do I give her the space she needs and how do I keep my mind occupied by not worrying what she is doing while I'm in school. We've been doing so much together since we've dated that with school being my priority now we don't see each other as often and I worry about what she is doing sometimes. Link to comment
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