So I broke up with my girlfriend of 2 years a couple days ago and it really sucks because I didn't do it on any concrete reasons. I was just losing intrest in her, and she has never really been my type. She was super loving and nice, but I like girls that are a little bit more serious and experienced (she was the most innocent girl you can imagine). I guess I could no longer ignore these things so I broke up with her after thinking it over for a week and telling her how I felt (minus the attraction part). I am having the usual mood swings of happiness (because I'm now independent) and sadness (because I am alone and we have so many memories together, plus I broke her heart). I feel like i did the right thing instead of dragging it on, but I feel so alone now, and I can't help regretting it too. Any advice?
Most Helpful Girl
I mean, you have every right to pursue a girl you're interested in, but it was really reckless of you to jump into a relationship that you knew from the beginning you weren't really interested in. It's inconsiderate to the girl, who will rack her mind wondering where she went wrong.
You cut both of your losses short; I would say take some time off and get to know yourself better. You don't always need to BE in a relationship. Hang out with friends, travel a bit and pursue someone you're ACTUALLY interested in.1
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