w3rd Posted March 4, 2007 Share Posted March 4, 2007 Glad I found this forum today....Heres my story . Any help or thoughts would be great! I dated my girlfriend in high school for about six months....we then broke up and didn't see each other for probably 5 years. We saw each other at a party when we were juniors in college and instantly clicked again. She had just come off a 1 year relationship and so had I. Long story short, we've been dating ever since roughly about 3 years. We have lots of fun, share common interests, get along with each others friends etc. About a month ago we are spending Saturday night together like usual and everything is great. We had just started going to church together on saturdays and spent the night hanging out at her place by ourselves...no bars just a nice chill evening. She tells me Monday that she thinks we need to take a break and that she doesn't know if I'm right for her. She doesn't know now if she sees herself spending her life with me. This all happens while she finds out that a grandparent passed away. She doesn't call me to let me know how the funeral went or how her family is doing. She questioned why I didn't call her to ask how she was doing...says I must have not cared. But I didn't call because she told me not to, I was trying to give her space. She said in an email right after we broke up that I never cooked for her or took her to plays and that she doesn't know if I'm right for her. This all happened the day before valentines day. We've spoken once since then via IM and it was very short just asking why I had been online so much lately. Our relationship has always been very good. I don't believe that we aren't right for each other...if we've been together for 3 years something is working right. Should I continue the NC? Its been 19 days since we last spoke to each other on the phone. I'm taking it one day at a time. Some are worse then others though. Any help or advice would be great. FWIW, we are both 23. Sorry for the long read Quote Link to comment
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