I know all about the NC rule.
Is this doomed? Like I said I don't expect or want it to culminate in marriage or co-habitation, I could be perfectly happy to date him for a few years and then move on - to me that is what relationships work best as. I'm just wondering if this one will just be a constant struggle, or if we can work within the boundaries and rules we have set for each other. Any thoughts or similar experiences?
you missed the point; regardless of where this comes from, this type of thinking is obsessive and NOT LOVE. There's no signs at all that he returns your affections making this an unhealthy fixation on someone that will only hurt you in the end.
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IMO, it's disrespectful to the mother on the part of both OP and gf, to carry on like that.
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When I look back at our pictures over the past 2 1/2 years, we are ALWAYS having a good time together and in love. THE ONLY TIME we argue is when her father gets involved and screws up our plans. i.e. Calls us back from vacation for a made-up "Emergency" which ALWAYS doesn't exist by the time we get back. I've tried explaining this to her, she takes it up with her dad, and I think he spins it back on me, cause he makes her feel guilty saying "I guess you just don't love your mom and me then..." THIS SUCKS. I FEEL MISERABLE as I thought she was "The One"... I've told her that, but it spooked her at first. She said she felt the same, she just isn't ready to settle down yet and she's distanced her self since then (about a year ago).
I've seen a lot of this happen....in my case, I had female friendships fizzle because they'd acquire a new boyfriend.
There's another girl in the background...
In your experience, is it best to give a second chance or to just leave someone who flakes like that?
right idea girls, practice makes perfect
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