posted on Oct, 12 2009 @ 08:17 PM
sounds like a mis-communication thing now.
I hate to say it, but I would agree with the person above me (moving on that is).
That's the problem I'm running into, the said person breaks up with you and then they (or yourself sometimes), think "Okay, we can still be friends
with each other and talk and everything will still be fine". They act as if you can recover within a day, which is not true.
And here lies a catch-22: she expects you to call her, and you expect her to call you. Therefore, neither of you call. I still wouldn't call her,
because this is almost like a control-thing. She, no offense, is starting to sound a little crazy.
And like in that last thread, if "she really wanted to be in a relationship with you, she would have never tried the experiment" (currently the last
post from someone in there). I am truly sorry for saying these things, but this comes from personal experience.
I apologize for the negative tone, but it's been a rough weekend (faithful pet for 10 years got hit by a car saturday, and I found out about it on
sunday). It appears this sadness crept into my wording. Forgive me for it.