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User avatar #26134 - DrNuts (09/10/2012) [-]
So there is a girl who I had a crush on for a couple years. We hung out sometimes. She kissed me one day and says she has had a crush on me. I ask her out and she says no because she isn't ready for a relationship and apologizes for leading me on. Month later ask her what she wants us to be, she says "your girlfriend". We are together but we never hang out due to her always being busy. Seems like she doesn't want to talk to me or see me, ignoring my texts and rejecting offers to see each other. A month goes by and she breaks up with me, saying how she wanted to give it a shot but didn't want it to become serious and how I am a wonderful guy and it has nothing to do with me. I don't know what to do now and I am completely confused.
User avatar #26155 to #26134 - duudegladiator (09/10/2012) [-]
I had this exact relationship. Except you got a step ahead of my situation and actually got her to officially go out with you. Anyway, in my situation, she stopped talking to me, deleted her Facebook, and blocked my number.

The worst part is, ll i ever did was ask her out a few times. I was a nice guy, hanging out with her, walking with her, talking about anything that came up. She just stopped talking to me. I really have no idea what i did wrong.
User avatar #26160 to #26155 - DrNuts (09/10/2012) [-]
What did you end up doing about it?
User avatar #26227 to #26160 - duudegladiator (09/10/2012) [-]
I just moved on, like therealpangbot suggests. It will hurt for a while, and you WILL think of her, but you just have to say "She had her chance" and move on to the next pretty lady. If you walk past her, say a friendly 'hello'. You dont want it to get too akward (assuming you see her every other day). But just remember that you need to begin to forget about her. She ruined it, not you.
User avatar #26136 to #26134 - therealpangbot (09/10/2012) [-]
Just forget about her and move on. If she can't make up her mind about what she does or does not want, that's her problem.
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