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    I've been going out with this girl for a month. we've known each other for over a year. and we really do love each other. but due to her past relationships with *******s who have hurt her a lot, she told me she's afraid of getting too attached to me and that she wants to take a break for this reason. this isn't the first time she's told me she's scared of getting too attached.

    she told me she feels as if I'm pushing her away and that I'm falling out of love with her. but that's not true. I always make time for her and tell her how much she means to me etc.

    atm our time zones are 6 hours apart, and I still go to sleep at 5am just so I could talk to her a bit more.

    what should I do?

    I spoke to her a few hours after on the phone, and she said she wishes she never said any of that. so we are kind of back together for now. but I know she's going to have the same feeling again.

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    (Original post by unaManzana)
    she told me she's afraid of getting too attached to me and that she wants to take a break for this reason
    "Ridiculous femme-logic, only likely to push me away/force me to look elsewhere, and simply not an option. End of discussion"

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