What should I do right now in this situation?
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My honest advice is to move on. She seems to be unsure of you and that unfortunately, in "relationships language", means lack of love. You guys started great, and then distance made her cool off somehow. And now that you actually moved, she no longer feels the same way - what she felt was an infatuation, but infatuations.. fade. She still feels something because of the past, there's a part of her that seems to want to "rescue" those feelings, but then blows hot and cold, and then gets to the point of "i'm not feeling the moment". It's that past "moment" she's not feeling anymore, gets confused, needs space, has no answers. That's a (painful) answer already right there, and if you stick around the real danger is if she reconsiders and then wants to 'start things over' - the very basic and solid feelings were not there to start with, and that makes a very poor foundation for any relationship, and will crumble later - don't allow yourself that.
Btw, this is the first time I ever did this, but you seem really well suited to answer my question - sorry if I'm bothering and if you don't, it's really ok! Can't post the link so..Currently under Relationships > Age over 18 > second page "3 year old boyfriend and long distance relationship"0
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