Anyway I today told her i think we should stop being friends, because it hurts me too much now, I told her how my feelings eventually grew to a point where it was best for both of us and that I need to find someone else who will let me give what I have. She kept saying things like "why can't you move on and still be friends?" "who will i talk to?" and going on about how upset she was.
Have I done the right thing? Is she being selfish? If she really wanted me she would have said something right? I feel devastated and so lonely right now, part of me is hoping she'll come back on her own, but I do want to move on from this affair.
Most Helpful Girl
You've done the right thing, she can longer screw you around. She also kind of held you under her sleeve as a backup in case it won't work out with other guys. It's better that you did this now than later. This is why having friendships with the opposite sex is difficult.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Guy
Yep, just move one, forget about her. Do it wholeheartedly and be fully committed to it, completely disconnect any and all things that will ever remind you of her, in particularly social media, phone numbers, and possibly emails, etc. Drop all contact with her permanently, that would be the new beginning where you two begin your separate paths in your individual lives since things never had worked before, was never really working now, and never ever will work, so it's time to completely move on. You don't need her, ditch her. You'll make new friends because you CAN make new friends.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE