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Break up or Make up?

Published on January 31, 2014 by mamamia

My partner and I have been in a relationship for five years now. Most of the time, it has been challenging and not in a good way. Just recently, I found out that she had been talking with her ex for the last three months via cell phone (sometimes three times a day). She said she didn't "know why" she had done it. I do not trust her anymore. Now, every time she goes home for a visit, she is distant and even has approached me with the "Maybe we should go our separate ways" line. She says she is not "doing anything wrong", but refuses to address my emotional needs, simply saying, "I'm sorry you feel that way". Other times, she is somewhat loving, but our communication is very intermittent. I don't know what to do. Should I continue to fight for the relationship or walk away?

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It sounds like you're entertaining the idea that this will work out but seriously wasting your time. Relationships should not be "challenging in a bad way" the majority of the time. It just isn't ideal for you and obviously isn't working for her. I say it's time to cut the cord and move on.

-Elizabeth http://www.yourtango.com/experts/elizabethstone

I agree with the expert's answer. Relationships do have ups and downs, but when you feel like you are down all the time, it's time let go.

Hate to say this bro, but your relationship has ran it's course. The fact that you lost trust in your woman and she neglects your emotional needs tell me that it's time to just let it go. Best to end on good terms rather than to burn a bridge. If she can see the error of her ways, work it out; however trust is hard to earn back and if these problems continue to persist leave. Also ask her why she feels the need to talk to an ex so much. Ask her if there is anything you're not doing that she feels the need to get it from am ex. I know you hate to throw away 5 years so make sure you cover all bases before you make your decision.

-s.GOD @_sGOD

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