A girl who I hadn't seen for months and who I liked and asked out a few times (which she said yes for a couple times, then "busy" after that)...I met her again and when we talked it was like we didn't miss that much. But in the end, she didn't care, didn't give a crap about me, just let me go without saying bye. I keep thinking to myself that if I said "this thing" or "brought this up" or "harken back to this inside joke we had" then she would've changed her mind/attitude and done something different. It's driving me insane. How can I free myself from replaying these scenarios over and over again?
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Think about it this way- everything you naturally say or do reflects how you feel at a certain moment and reflects who you are.
Basically, do you want to put yourself in a position where you feel the need to revise EVERYTHING before you say it, with the fear that if you say the wrong thing, you will loose the person?
Being in a relationship is all about feeling comfortable around the person you're with, and that's not the case if you have all these should've/would've/could've's ultimately torturing you at the end of the day.