So i recently broke up with my girlfriend of over a year, and she was a good friend of mine as well (have known eachother almost 2 and half years).
We have had periods of arguments through our relationship. We always seemed to figure everything out and it went back to being good. The last few weeks I started getting very vulnerable and insecure, as I felt her trying to slip away. I know that I should have stepped back but my fight or flight insticts made me fight harder. Anyway, we had some bad arguements and a nasty fight last Sunday, and she finally ended it.
A few days later we talked. We talked again Friday. Saturday we agreed to meet up and get lunch and study for school. On Sunday we meet up and ended up spending the whole day together. The communication was good, we were laughing having a good time, and she was smiling and happy. After dinner with some friends I dropped her off. She called me and was talking and said that she didn't want to be alone. I went back to her house and we slept together (I know good idea). We didn't talk after since she usually fell asleep. The next day she called me to help her stud. didn't really talk to much about relationship, just hints here and there. After studying we spent some time talking and she seemed happy and was kissing me. I called her later that night and she was saying that she thinks I should stop doing so much for her since she doesn't want to feel "obligated" to me. It Turned into another talk about relationship. She said she was happy single and didn't want to jump back into things. She said I am perfect and everything, but everytime we jump back nothing changes. I told her I was really hurt. This morning she text me sorry for hurting
Girls, I am so confused. What should I do? Does she still have feelings and how do I get her back...
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It sounds like there are unresolved feelings and issues between you two. I wouldn't jump back into a relationship with her until you two have some serious conversation about everything and be open and honest about everything. Also remember part of communicating is listening and understanding what the other person is saying.0