- 4 years ago
So, I was dating a girl who I started to really like. We were both looking for the same thing, a long lasting, serious relationship. One that we could build toward marriage in the future (I do not date someone unless I think I could marry them down the road).
Long story short, she texts me and tells me she needs some space. She is trying to figure out what she now wants from life and needs time to think. This is a complete shock to me, but I understandably give her space. Well she starts texting me again a couple of weeks later, says she isnt sure what is going on with her but it isnt related to me, she just feels distant towards everyone. This includes friends or family.
We are supposed to meet and talk about what ever is going on with her, but she completely ignores me for 3 days leading up to it. No texts, emails, messages. Just wont respond even though she is still on facebook, snapchat, all of that garbage.
Well, I call her on it and she goes the other way, tells me that there is no point in us meeting and we should take a break. She wants to wait a couple of weeks, see if we are still thinking of each other and go from there, but no talking. But I like her, of course I would still be thinking of her. I have no idea how long exactly either, basically until she decides she wants a relationship? But she can’t promise she wont fall for someone else, even though this break is because she isnt sure if she wants to be in a relationship at all… I don’t understand women. HELP
From that day until now, she continues to like all of my posts, pictures from outtings with friends, and comments on Facebook. Why?! Should I delete her? I feel like her stance was along the lines that I should move on. Am I wrong?
I do not want to continue to see her posts, I do not want her liking and commenting on my posts, if I am supposed to get over her… I like her a lot and it just brings up feelings of hurt.
I implore all of the wise women here to help me understand what in the world to do.
You can be harsh, I have broad shoulders.