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    (Original post by xoxAngel_Kxox)
    My point wasn't that she wants to break up with you. My point was wondering why you were in a relationship with someone who feels as though she has to be apart from you when she's stressed about something that you haven't caused. She should be able to accept support from you, and if she can't, then what's the point?
    Simple, she doesn't want to add stress and she's mad at me?
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    (Original post by Abdul-Karim)
    You're the real GOAT.
    Haha. Sometimes you just need that extra insight. :holmes:

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    (Original post by TellementCon)
    Am I in line for a break up? Or is it good, but I need to give her space?

    " I am really, really upset and I don't want to talk about it now because I'm stressed about University and not thinking straight. I don't think we'll see each other before you go, but maybe next time you're in London when things have calmed down"
    She's clearly cheating on you....with Tyrone and Jamal. That's the only logical conclusion.
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    (Original post by TellementCon)
    Am I in line for a break up? Or is it good, but I need to give her space?

    " I am really, really upset and I don't want to talk about it now because I'm stressed about University and not thinking straight. I don't think we'll see each other before you go, but maybe next time you're in London when things have calmed down"
    I think she's saying that she's really stressed out about university and that she needs a bit of space. Just let her know that you're always there if she needs to talk, but make sure you give her the space she needs too.
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    (Original post by skd1996)
    I think she's saying that she's really stressed out about university and that she needs a bit of space. Just let her know that you're always there if she needs to talk, but make sure you give her the space she needs too.
    Let her know you think you've just won the lottery and was hoping for her help in making plans....... but you understand how stressed she is right now and maybe it's best to move on.
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    hmmmm give her some space but prepare yourself for the worst
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    (Original post by TellementCon)
    So she's upset with the argument we had and how I said "Give me a break. Good night"?

    I let her know as a response to the text in the OP, that I'm there for her if she wants to talk.

    I didn't want to push her into explain why she's upset, etcetera, because I knew it'd cause yet another argument.

    So what should I do?

    Give her space?

    Or contact her?

    "I let her know as a response to the text in the OP, that I'm there for her if she wants to talk. "
    -I was good that you said this

    Yeah, if she doesn't want to talk about why she's upset , don't ask. She'll tell you when she is ready especially if you think if it will cause an argument.

    First you should apologise to her for saying "Give me a break. Good night".
    It's not something that you really need to say sorry for, it's normally how you said it or how you came across that could have made her upset. So the best thing to do is to apologise for being "snappy". Tell her that she means a lot to you and you were sorry about how you spoke to her. (whether you want to apologise or not!)

    It takes two to cause an argument, therefore you have both done something wrong. My advise it to at least apologise for what you have done or how you have acted.

    The thing is, sometimes girls need that extra sympathy (we also over-think A LOT!), it's just how we are.
    But it's only after you apologise that you should start thinking about spending time away from her or not.

    *PS! The best way is to apologise in person or phone her.
    Text isn't as great because there isn't as much emotion to it! (even when you use emojs)
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    Being the romantic person I am, I say go to London, visit her. That's what I would do anyway. Turn up unexpectedly with a bouquet of wild flowers you picked around the rail station...now that's romantic. What have you got to lose? She takes you in, you get a great continuation of relationship+(probably) great sex. And if she doesn't and slams the door in your face? Well, that's also great, because now you know the relationship is really over :3 Choose to be a winner
 
 
 
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