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The story began when i was in first year at second semester of my studies, i like her since then. We started talking and reading together but never told her that i want to be together because she broke up with his ex. The second years strange things happen. At first i broke my leg, she was helping me out all the time, she was together with me all the time. When i got ok with my leg something teribble happen. She lost a very close relative to her and she was in a very bad situation. So i didn’t tell her anything.
At the end of the second year i told her that i want to be together but she said she wasn’t ready for anything. After that when the second year finished, in the summer, i broke my arm and she was calling me every day to see how i was. In the mid-season of the summer i decided to stop anything with her and when the third year started we were not talking to each other.
At the fourth year we started to talking again but with no any demands to be together from my side.
At valentine’s i call her and said to her to come for a dinner because i was going to cook. At first she said ok but after couple of hours told me that she did not come. The next day, she told one of my friends ( girl ) that i said to her to come for dinner and my friend asked her why she didn’t come and what was the problem. She answered that there was not any problem and i am just a fine guy and after that told that she was her that she has a problem.
February 19, 2016 at 9:09 am #93916
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(Continued) At valentine’s i call her and said to her to come for a dinner because i was going to cook. At first she said ok but after couple of hours told me that she did not come. The next day, she told one of my friends ( girl ) that i said to her to come for dinner and my friend asked her why she didn’t come and what was the problem. She answered that there was not any problem and i am just a fine guy and after that told that she was her that she has a problem.
Zapto369ParticipantFebruary 19, 2016 at 11:13 am #93944
It sounds to me like she’s not totally ready yet for a relationship. This had no bearing on you as a person, she’s obviously going through some things that she wants to sort out first before potentially dragging down someone else with them. My advice: if you truly love her, then wait for her to come around (which, in fairness might never happen). However, I think it’s time to try to accept that you two are just friends and relish the relationship in that fashion. It’s not an easy thing to do, but it can happen and it’s great when it is.
DerpyTeemoParticipantFebruary 19, 2016 at 6:46 pm #93961
Agree with Zapto, regardless of how she truly feels she’s not ready for a relationship at this time. Considering how much history you have It’d be doubtful that this could develop into anything meaningful at this point. If she was interested something would have happened by now. Focus on yourself, go out and meet other women.
djamesParticipantFebruary 20, 2016 at 9:51 pm #94007
She definitely has some personal issues right now that she needs to sort out herself. I wouldn’t abandon all hope, but don’t attack the problem head-on either. Try to meet someone else for now.
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