relationship advice (post new situation)
 
 
"Him and I"
 
Steve and I have been dating on and off for almost two years. We finally got to a point where we didn't want to break up anymore and he proposed to me in April of 07. In November of 07 he asked for the ring back and said that we rushed too quickly into an engagement and he just wanted to go back to being boyfriend and girlfriend until the time was right. Then, a week before christmas he broke up with me. I thought it was just like the other break ups and we would just get back together, but now he's dating someone else. I'll ask him if he still loves me and one minute he'll say "not the way you want me to" and then the next minute he'll say "I don't know." I don't know what to do anymore. I know that he is the one I want to be with, and I still believe he still loves me...I just don't know how to handle him being with someone else...
 
posted by Sarah (age 18) on 3/28/2008 @10:15:07 AM •
 
If you have broken up this many times I really donít think it would be a good idea for you two to get back together or marry him... I think it would just end up in divorce. You just need to forget about him and move on w/ your life. Find someone that you know will wake up loving you every day and be with to the end!
 
posted by Brianne on 3/28/2008
 
its going to hurt, but you need to let him go. if he cant tell you wether or not he loves you, then the truth is hes lying. if he proposed to stop the off again on again cycle, he was trying to force things to work, and if he started dating someone so quick, he already had it planned, its how it works. you seem like a wonderful person, and no woman deserves it. take some time to yourself and get back into the swing of going out and having fun. when you find the right person, youll know.
 
posted by elaine (age 18) on 3/28/2008
 


 
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