Her ex is suicidal and she had a scare when some sirens went past her house towards his direction. Since that night, she's been getting quiet and distant. Then last weekend, she says that she needs to think about a lot right now. So I said I'll stop texting and stuff for a while to give her space. But it's been 3 days, and I haven't even gotten a good morning text. She's on Spring Break, so it's not school or work since she's unemployed. She even told me to stop putting my mouth on her. So no biting, kissing her cheeks/forehead etc, or neck kisses. I've always given her those since we admitted having feelings for each other.
One of her last texts said this "I need you, and you need me. Just not in the way you think." I have no idea what she means by that, and she then said that she's also still considering us getting together over the summer. So that threw me off even more!
I've lost 2 nights of sleep now worrying about her, and haven't eaten as much. I'm getting anxious. I am insecure and beginning to think she's just using this time to not text me and get closer to her ex. I don't think she should go back to that cheating jerk and should just leave him alone. But she's still shaken up about the sirens. Last time I was with her, I tried getting another kiss, 2 days BEFORE the sirens. But she said "Not yet, sweet boy." Now it's not at all.
Did I do something to push her away? Or is she just going to her ex because she pities his suicidal feelings? Maybe I'm just over thinking it, but I am really worried about what's going to happen between us.
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Don't chase after her, give her as much as space as possible. Wait for her to come to you. I feel like she's kinda playing you at the same time as all of this or she just doesn't want to hurt her suicidal ex. Don't let her play you. The whole "I need you, and you need me. Just not in the way you think." I think means you two need each other just not needing needing like in a relationship. It seems she's giving you mixed signals and she's probably having mixed feelings. Give it time, it will all work out.1