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    We have been together a couple of months and it's been going great, BUT

    I ask her to go out every so often, and the last three times in a row she has said no, claiming something that's either exaggerated or untrue. For example she was able to be clubbing until 6 in the morning for a friends birthday but I ask her out and she suddenly has an early curfew - IN THE SAME WEEK.

    Is she being difficult on purpose?

    Is there any point continuing the relationship? Obviously I want to see her but it feels like she doesn't want to see me and I'm at breaking point - I feel like I should dump her and move on because I can't be dealing with it any more.

    Any advice? Not sure what to do
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    Does she ever make the effort to ask you out?
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    be straight with her mate. Tell her that she's f***ing up and that you you shouldn't have to deal with it but before you say that, communicate. Ask her why she's been blowing you off - there's no use being getting pissed without really knowing what's going on with her.
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    (Original post by cheesecakelove)
    Does she ever make the effort to ask you out?
    No, but she is indecisive as all f**k and a little socially nervous so I let that slide because she used to say yes to anywhere I wanted to go. Now she's unable to see me all the time and its frustrating me.
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    Anything changed along the way?
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    Yeah major red flag bro. I would break up with her. Not worth the hassle and stress
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    Have a conversation with her first, then decide whether it's worth sticking around based on her response to how u feel.
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    Lol what, no don't break up without talking to her first.

    Why do people think breaking up first without any form of communication is a good idea? :lol:
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    Lol what, no don't break up without talking to her first.

    Why do people think breaking up first without any form of communication is a good idea? :lol:
    To clarify I did mean after talking to her about it I meant if nothing changes from that point on (granted I didn't write that in the OP but I am a little stressed)
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    No, but she is indecisive as all f**k and a little socially nervous so I let that slide because she used to say yes to anywhere I wanted to go. Now she's unable to see me all the time and its frustrating me.
    I don't know if her reasons for not meeting up are genuine or not. I think the best thing is to talk to her and tell her how this makes you feel. If she can't make the time for you, how can you be happy together? It might be she doesn't realise the effects of her actions or another reason, it is something you need to get to the bottom of.
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    talk to her then break up with her
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    Definitely talk to her about it, although it does come across as if she doesn't want to see you for whatever reason so I can understand why you're frustrated.

    Hopefully she'll be able to shed some light on why she's doing it if her reasons are genuine.
 
 
 
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