But recently she stopped texting me "Morning" instead I will text her at 8-9am before I start work and get a reply around 10-12. At times my text messages are not replied for hours on, which is something that been happening in the past couple of months. I called her yesterday at 8pm and never go a call back, I then texted her and asked "Is everything Okay?" I got a reply hours later, never bothered to call me back and she knows I go to sleep late.
This girl is Bi-Polar which explains few things, and I myself have been living with Clinical Depression for past 7 years, not that it bothers me. But what bothers me more is that I'm a basic + seriouse person, she isn't. And to be honest I been getting fed up with having to go to bars + pubs everytime we meet. We meet 1-2 times a week, usually Saturday-Sunday as I work from 9:30am to 6:00pm and she works from 3:00pm to 9:00pm. Each time we meet truth I usually find myself loosing another $100-$150 in a single day. I'm ok with paying for things ones in a while, but I don't like to be treated as if I'm a wallet.
I have my own debts to repay and I have my own goals to achive, one being actually starting college which I been neglecting as I don't have the money. This girl however saves her money so she could re-pay her student loan and all, and I'm a freaking money bag. Come on. This is my 1st relationship and after 3 months I wan't to go back to my single life. Just spend time by computer or at work, or crusing on my motorcyle instead of having to travel 30km one way each week. How can I end this relationship nicely, without hurting anyone? I won't be hurt as I'm unable pretty unemotional.
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It's your mistake paying for everything constantly, she IS using you as a wallet.
There's no nice way to do it, or at least no easy way, just say you have to talk, better at her place so you can leave, and say things aren't working out as expected.
Though I don't know why constantly texting each other should be a thing, you're worrying about that to much.0