Almost a week ago my girlfriend and me talked about some of the problems we're having, especially the fact that I haven't treated her as my girlfriend lately and that hurts her. She told me that we should have a break and I agree.
Now that we've had some space I understand why I've been so distant and negative lately. We never really talked before and that made me cram every little irritation inside. I should've just talked to her earlier.
I feel kinda refreshed now and think I'm ready to make things up with her! The problem being that she's basically the one who initiated the space so I'm not sure if that's okay and I'm pretty sure it's too soon.
Would it be okay however, to send her one message that tells her that if she wants to talk about things, I'm ready and she only has to give me a call. Just that, nothing else.
Or should I wait for a few weeks?
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I've been in your situation. Though on my break we kept in contact. The break did more harm to our relationship than healed it. It almost ended it if I had wanted to. I loved her and I stuck to it.
unto your question. My girl ended it. And we talked about what that meant. We keep in contact, but not as much. I ended up blowing up her phone. It was just that hard to stop. Than one day something happened. Emotionally my heart simply felt crush. A cold relief swept me and I suddenly felt like I could move on. Her name was now just a name and her face was just a face and everything tasted how it was suppose to.
Soon it was the fourth weak I had talk to her and she messaged me out of the blue. The crushed feeling felt like it was lifting (Like a rock). only a little.
I think it would be best to let her message you. Though I also would say that you at least contact her once and say, hey. Don't bring up anything about the break and where you go from there. Just casual conversation. If she seems uninterested than that's your cue to let her message you after that.
Ive come to know that Breaks are those points in a relationship that happen that decided to
End the relationship
Or make It twice as strong as it was.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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