kyber Posted August 24, 2017 Share Posted August 24, 2017 Ok so I posted a thread about the situation I have with my ex girlfriend with some really good advice. If you cba looking, we are mid twenties, 8 year relationship, ended on good terms but she did the breaking up. I really want her back, but I don't think it would happen/work out in the long run till we've had significant time apart and maybe other relationships in between (after this I know it would be a long shot). Basically she's been texting me every week generally trying to be friends and stay part of each other's lives. I rang her last night and basically told her that we can't be friends - she was trying to find out why, saying is it too difficult? And such. I wasn't in the mood to stroke her ego some more so I said it's not difficult it's just not necessary. Petty I know but I'm still hurt, she probably saw right through it either way. She basically said she still cares about me (she wasn't saying this the first month of breaking up) and we don't have to be best friends but we could stay in each other's lives. TBH I'm just hurt and confused and worried I made the wrong decision calling her. I think I'm just trying to find out wether she might change her mind in the future. No one can tell me definitively obviously as even if I asked her she wouldn't know but people with experience in this field, after 8 years, we both loved each other intensely at points in the relationship, we were each other's first true loves, we ended amicably, she still cares and wants to keep me in her life, is there a chance I can make this work in the future? I will say she has seemed happy after breaking up. I think I should of just not called her because it's messed my head up more and set me back. Either way I'm going into NC until I've healed a lot more because that's the first step of getting her back anyway but yeh just post your advice and your own stories. Cheers guys Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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