What to do after a breakup with the girl of my dreams?

January 23, 2007 8:17am CST
I have only been dating a girl for a month, but we were perfect I had never been happier and she seemed the same. Her brother and I had been friends but when he got home he convinced her to leave me. We walked and talked for hours about what she should do. I know she loves me. She cried even more than I did. I'd do anything to be with her. She made me happier than anyone I'd ever met. She was uncertain about what she sould do so I know that she Isn't sure. She broke up with me but I knew it wasn't what she wanted. She told me it would either be she doesn't get along as well with her brother or she loses the guy she's loved more than anyother guy. I've never hurt her or upset her. She means everything to me. I want to make her happy and just let this go away but part of me needs her. What should I do? I'd give anything to hold her again.
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4 responses
@bindishah (2062)
• India
24 Jan 07
There's nothing you can really do. the decision or the doing is out of your hands now. The person who needs to do is your gf now. She has some difficult decisions to make and only she can decide what to do. What you can do is just be patient - if she really loves you she will find a reason/way to be with you.
@mgr1987 (689)
• India
23 Jan 07
just leave a gap for about a week or month.think relaxedly and if you still think that she'll need u and you need her,talk to her parents about your love.all the best.
• Philippines
23 Jan 07
You should ask her what should you do and what ever she said you should respect it. But if you want you can fight for your love. Just be ready for what ever the result maybe.
• United States
23 Jan 07
Don't pressure her to make a decision first of all between her brother and you.Tell her you respect her 100% and although you still love her, at least let her know you two can always still stay friends. Later on she might realize she made a mistake by seeing her brother was wrong. Hang in there, there's also nothing wrong with a friendly hug in order to hold her again. Good luck