Most Helpful Guy
I had an Ex that left me because she was too busy for a relationship. I couldn't fault her for it. She had valid points, namely kids. We both loved each other very much but the timing was wrong. I think that last bit might apply to you as well.
You have a lot going on and it's not entirely fair to put someone through that. You want it all but timing is key. Every time my Ex was with me I thought I was taking her away from something more important. She assured me that I wasn't but the feeling kept eating at me anyways. It wasn't the waiting that bothered me, it was the reschedules which I couldn't argue with that bothered me. Being upset and understanding it was no one's fault hurt non stop. Got a headache just thinking about it.
Point is that if it's real love you have to hope that it will work out when the time is right for you both. No matter the pain she caused I still have hope we will see each other again.3THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
As soon as you said pre-med, you already had my sympathies. Was it wrong for him to break up with you... no, is it wrong for you to work on your success.. no. You are just two separate people currently not on the same wave length. Pre-med is a certain amount of hell that you have to be wholly devoted to to get to the next level which is more hell, but its worth it. The goal is worth it. You know that, which is why you're working to achieve that dream. Just ask yourself one question: would my life and my future improve by dramatically cutting back or deferring some semesters to be with my boyfriend? Odds are, the answer to that is no. He broke up because he's perhaps right. He doesn't want to be second in line to your schooling, but we're also talking about your future and your dreams here and sometimes you have to cut a few loose and let folks go that dont' support or at least understand what the dream means to you.3THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE