I'm seeing this girl right now and she's great. I broke up with her because I was afraid the long distance was going to be an issue (we go to the same college but our hometowns are far away). I realized how stupid a reason that was after I did it because we still talked all the time during break. So now we're back together.
She asked me if I'd give it another shot with my ex girlfriend if she wanted one. And I told her yes. At the time, my girl didn't care, but then randomly called me up saying we needed to talk. I guess it really bothered her what I said. My ex was my first love. I'll never forget that. But it really bothers me that my girl asked me that almost 3 weeks later.
She sounded really upset on the phone, but now she's perfectly fine. I don't get why she'd bring it up though. Now I'm wondering if the distance is getting to her. Maybe I was right to break up the first time around?
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She's probably feeling insecure because you broke up with her the first time. Long distance is hard, but if you really like her you should stick it out. You're in school most of the time anyway lol. Are you guys a couple of hours away from each other? If the commute's not so bad, you can probably hangout still every once in awhile -- make it an all day thing. Chances are, she's unfamiliar with your town and you're unfamiliar with hers. You guys can show each other around and stuff. My ex and I used to video chat when he was out of state for a summer program which was cool. You guys can do that. Just keep in touch over the breaks and hangout when you can.
And it's not so much that you were right to break up the first time. It sounds more like you're so quick to jump the gun and end things. You say she's a great person so if that's the only reason you're gonna break up with her then you're quitting before anything really gets started. And you'll probably end up regretting it and wanting her back. See where the relationship goes before automatically assuming it won't work because she doesn't live down the street.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE