My long distance girlfriend of four years broke u with me 5 weeks ago 2 days after i flew to Baltimore to be with her in a wedding after i flew back to Atlanta and she went to stay a week with her parents in jersey before going back home in florida, Suddenly communication was very rare for three days than the following day she called me and said we needed to break up for good and she sounded very adamant saying that we were going nowhere. Only to find out two days later that she had met a guy days ago through a friend.
she said they instantly hit it off and spent he already introduced her to his parents and vice versa. I did all the wrong things by chasing her and begging. She responded saying that its to late and that he was already flying to florida to be with her the next day.
Fast forward 3 weeks, she began blowing up my phone saying she was confused and upset that she ruined our relationship but was still with the guy and wanted to see where it goes but that she feels heartbroken and not sure if she made the right decision, saying that if we lived together it would work out and that her family and friends knew we were in love.
three days later she told me not to talk to her because she is in love and he loves her back after a couple week and that he recently quit his job in new York to move to and they are getting an apartment together. I am 6 months from finishing medical school and becoming a doctor which would have allowed us to get engaged and move in together and she knows this. Her mother and friends are really upset with her actions and keep contacting me to fix us and talk sense into her about moving extremely fast. She claimed that she did it because we have no future.
IS THIS CONSIDERED A REBOUND OR REAL?
WHAT DOES IT SAY ABOUT THEM MOVING IN TOGETHER AFTER A MONTH?
COULD SHE SERIOUSLY BE IN LOVE ALREADY?
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Wow... I'm sorry that happened to you... it sounds like a rebound... I highly doubt she is in love already but may be trying to convince herself that she is... it's just an overall crappy situation... It was probably for the best, though... it will give you time to focus on your career and free yourself up to meet new women and find one that deserves you.
I feel like long distance is just really hard... I gave up pharmacy school because it was out of state and I knew I wouldn't be able to see my BF as much... not sure if that was the best decision... but I'm happy (he's also graduating med school in 6 months... and we are going to get married when he's done... so I understand how much time that takes up...)1