Together 4.5 years. I was happy most of the time. she always told me i was her soulmate and all that. she'd call me after just seeing me in tears b/c she missed me. i thought she loved me so much she'd always be there. She was always emotionally selfish but it never REALLY bothered me b/c I loved her so much. In Jan of this year we split b/c I'm jewish, she's catholic and we couldn't agree how to raise kids once we took the next step. 3 weeks later I decided I would do things her way b/c it wasn't worth losing her over. My parents thought i was being taken advantage of and worried that i would always have to give in to her or she would threaten to leave me... they weren't happy with her. She found out and that put a lot of stress on the relationship. I finally got my parents to come around and agree to apologize and make things right with the 4 of us in late april. By then she had already put distance between us and we had been on a break. She asked to see me, we went to dinner and talked. she was still confused and thought she wanted to give us another shot. she agreed to come talk to my parents but was very scared. she came to my house and never came inside. her and i sat outside and talked, she suggested we see each other and other people. this broke my heart but i agreed. 3 days later she ended things.. when i told her i wanted to marry her she told me she just wasn't there anymore. I find out the next day that she had been seeing a guy from her job (that I got her) and the guy was a friend of mine who we had been on double dates with. he broke up with his gf at the same time and they are seeing each other. I don't know if she knows that I know who it is but it kills me. its been 4 weeks and im doing better, but part of me just wants her to come back. she texted me after she saw i texted her dad on fathers day saying "that was very nice of you. i gave your things to my brother (my friend) it wasn't easy just want you to know. hope you're doing good" Help!
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