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    I was conversing with this girl, and halfway through the conversation she indicated that she thought "I was too mature for her". I was baffled, does she feel we are not compatible and that me and her wouldn't work, or am I over reacting?
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    I think you are over reacting, because she didnt physically say 'we are over', or 'i dont think this is going to work out anymore' she just told you that she felt that you was to mature for her, so she was just telling you that you both have two different personalities.
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    (Original post by RBalboa)
    I think you are over reacting, because she didnt physically say 'we are over', or 'i dont think this is going to work out anymore' she just told you that she felt that you was to mature for her, so she was just telling you that you both have two different personalities.
    You're probably right.
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    (Original post by Isabella d'Anjou)
    Are you even together?

    Conversing with someone doesn't mean a relationship I do not think.
    Conversing means "to engage in a conversation". So I don't know how having a conversation has anything to do with not being in a relationships?

    And it's turbulent, me and her are always on and off.
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    (Original post by Isabella d'Anjou)
    That's what I mean, you said does it mean she wants to break up? You can only break up if you are actually together ?
    I would yes we are together, but it's not certain yet. As it's still the beginning stages.
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    (Original post by Isabella d'Anjou)
    Would she think you are together ?
    Well it's not just mine but her intentions as well for us to be together.

    But it's still not certain, as we are both still at the beginning and "trying to get to know each other".
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    (Original post by Isabella d'Anjou)
    so then I don't think the term breaking up is appropriate.
    I don't think you understand.Me and her are technically "together", we are more than just friends,and if she decided if wasn't going to work out then we'd be "breaking up", but as I already reiterated we are still at the beginning stages so it's not a certainty.
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    (Original post by Isabella d'Anjou)
    no you'd be just deciding it wasn't going to happen and you weren't going to be together.
    What are you on about?:confused:

    Yes, by deciding " it wasn't going to happen and not being together any more". Means we are "breaking up".

    This argument is just redundant, we are just going round in circles.
 
 
 
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