Abroad GF likes someone else


Abroad GF likes someone else

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    January 25, 2020 at 9:51 pm #228416
    Abroad GF likes someone else

    My abroad GF of 8 months lives down the street from a guy she used to fuck around with in Italy. She found out he was there the first day, and two weeks in to trip she called me to tell me she had gone to a pre game at his apartment with a bunch of people. She knew he would be there, and they caught up a little and even did a shot together. Apparently, she was “vividly remembering” what it was like to be with him, and was “tempted” by him the whole night. She didn’t hook up with him (which I believe because she used to tell me if she was seeing other guys before we were exclusive), but the way she told me about her emotions for him hurt me deeply.

    I initially acted chill about it but told her it hurt me. She has been very loving since, reaching out first and initiating phone sex. She said he was leaving to travel for a little and she wouldn’t see him. I think she was trying to make me jealous. I can’t sleep. I want to let it go since I’m visiting in less than a month. Help!

    January 27, 2020 at 11:45 am #228458

    There’s nothing for you to do or say until you are with her in a month.
    I suspect once you’re together either everything will be like it was or you’ll feel she’s grown distant.

    Having a LDR with a girl whose ex lives down the street and causes her to feel “tempted” isn’t reassuring.

    Like it or not long distance relationships were meant to be temporary. The goal is to be with the person you love.
    At some point someone has to be willing to relocate to be with the other for the relationship to deepen and last.
    Whenever there’s {no realistic light at the end of the tunnel} for a couple to be together permanently; they drift apart.

    It’s the counting down of the months, weeks, and days until one is finally done with the inconvenience of being
    in a long distance relationship that keeps it strong!

    The young and naïve believe they can make a LDR last for years!
    We see this with high school sweethearts who go away to different colleges.
    After a couple of semesters it’s over.