I do not know. At the time, I just accepted I had problems without trying to fix them or improve. I worried more about finances and finding a career rather than what mattered most to her–communication and time together… I have much to think about.
Oh, um, should I suppose I should have left some questions…I am a bit of an introvert, and I enjoy spending time with myself, and have difficulty starting/engaging in conversations. For most of my life I have had a difficult time expressing my feelings and shut down. I suppose it’s after you lose what’s most important to you that you truly realize what you had..Most of the stuff above was self reflection after she decided to end it…It was just frustrating that she was talking to him nights before she decided. I know it’s my fault, and I know I have a lot to work on for myself. It’s just, how should I approach my problems? All this remorse and ‘I should have done this! I knew this was important!’ And knowing I had something special, I lost her. How do I overcome something like this?
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