In a nut shell, I was dating a guy for 2 yrs. There was a consistent problem in our relationship of him not trusting me. We broke up in September of last year. He moved three hours away, and some how and for some reason we continued to stay connected, with occasional visits bubbling in romance and lust. It is now almost a year and we are still doing this constant battle-dance where we're "happy" think we should work it out, paired with bi-weekly "maybe we shouldn't, and, I can't trust you" dynamics.
I'm fed up, yet, feel like I can't move on, nor, want to. Am I the only one who's been "stuck" like this? Can anyone relate, and if so, did you get out and get over it?
Sincerely; Slowly burning out...
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No, definitely not, I am in exactly the same situation, my ex-partner of 2yrs moved 3hrs away 18mths ago, said we cannot live together, we would argue over silly little things and he would leave (immature). Anyway, since we broke up 12 months ago, he as had two serious other girlfriends, both have moved into his home, and one he got engaged, moved in and was going to marry after 3 months. His girlfriend now is moving in tomorrow, but he is still txting me saying "don't give up on my yet" and saying things like he cannot trust me - I haven't had a boyfriend since we separated.. I know I'm being played and I guess in a way so might you be, but I think our heads tell us that, but our hearts say something else. Your normal, and the way I look at it, each time they say, no can't be with you, is one time closer to us being able to say, we'll that it's, forever. It seems to hurt less each time, or we deal with it better. It will be there loss. If you went back, it would be more of the same, and can you do that again, it will burn you out. Stay strong.0