That thought definitely crossed my mind. So if I'd be open to trying to work thing she out, should I reach out to her? Or should I hold my ground?
Work things out*** sorry
You said that she initiated the break up and that it didn't end badly. If you don't mind, what was her reason for breaking up. This would give me better context for my answer.Thanks
She turned 30 recently (she's older than me) and said she realized she has no idea who she is or what she wants out of her life. She's consistently been in relationships since she was 16, and felt that she always depended on having one. So she needed to take some time to worry only about herself and figure out what she wants out of life. She admitted that it was selfish, but felt that it wasn't fair to either of us to continue the relationship if she couldn't be fully invested.
In the weeks leading up to that she had expressed she was feeling overwhelmed by work, family, and friends that claimed they never saw her anymore. But at that point in time she said she still wanted to continue the relationship
Wow, sorry man. Live together? How long together.
Didn't live together, but it had been discussed. We were exclusive for about 4 months.
Remember that just because she's asking how you're doing doesn't mean that she wants to get back together, I think you might be jumping the gun a little there.I've always believed that if there is going to be a reconciliation in the relationship thatit should be initiated by the one who broke up originally. Otherwise the other party looks like they are begging to come back. (not good for leverage)
I agree with you, I wasn't getting my hopes up. My pride won't let me text her first haha. I appreciate the advice man
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