P33 Posted February 19 Share Posted February 19 I started a previous thread about someone I met on Christmas Day that I had a relationship with who has PTSD and her son has ADHD. Just to make things even simpler I have anxiety. a few days ago things were fine, she was talking about what she was going to make for dinner the next day for us and that she was looking forward to seeing me early. I’m 50. That afternoon she told me her son had a meltdown (he’s 10) and that she couldn’t see me. I told her I was sorry but also I had been really looking forward to seeing her and was gutted. The next day we had a brief text conversation where she said she could probably only see me when he wasn’t around, which would be hardly ever I responded and she dropped me, after 7 weeks. We’ve since text where she was enthusiastic about us being friends but I misunderstood and wasn’t sure of the dynamics. Later she said she thought she’d made it clear to me. I’ve never contacted her since. This was 5 days ago but her sons currently on half term holidays. During the relationship I’d had considerable anxiety especially at one point as she went silent for 3 days due to her PTSD which I didn’t know or understand at the time. Regardless of the length of the relationship I’ve found this catastrophically difficult to deal with and have since had counselling and have been prescribed Valium, none of which she is aware of. I have no intention of contacting her as this has been so difficult to process. That being said I’d give anything, as you do, to spend time with her. There is the possibility that she will contact me as we had a loose arrangement even after the split for her to come round, and another possibility that this will become casual. Although I’m not sure in many ways I’ll ever hear from her again, we have joint friends who suspect she will text. I’m interested in your feedback into the entire scenario. thankyou Quote Link to comment
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