We were forced to go long distance and live on the other side of the world from one another. I found it very difficult to maintain a LDR and often felt more miserable than happy with the way things going. After a while I realised that the way my life was at the moment, being a full time student and only being 22 years old I couldn't committ to a serious, long distance relationship. I told her over Skype and tried to be as nice about it as possible but it blew up into a big argument. I explained that I couldn't give her what she really wanted because at this point in our lives it isn't realistic and she just started calling me selfish and saying that she regretted the whole relationship.
I really enjoyed our relationship, I was optimistic about a LDR but sadly it didn't work out. The way she reacted and the things she said to me made me feel a lot more down. Did I do the right thing?
Most Helpful Girl
You did do the right thing, if you're more unhappy than happy. However we are use to hearing that the other person can't give them blah blah blah when the truth is also she's not giving you what YOU need, it's okay to put yourself first, it's okay to be selfish, so perhaps in making her feel like you're not giving her "enough" you could say you weren't happy, and personally if someone told me they were unhappy in a relationship I would care MORE ABOUT THEM, and let them go. Instead you switched it around which could've made her feel terrible. x1
Most Helpful Guy
You did the right thing man.1