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I met this girl for years ago, we had such a connection it was unbelievable. I had so much fun with her. 4 years ago, we use to talk a bit and I use to love hearing her voice. One day, she wanted to meet me but I kind of stood her up. I was in my final year at university and was stressed and kind of depressed as I was under a lot of pressure. Therefore I had no time to meet the girl. I have seen her recently after 4 years and approached her to talk to her. She completely ignored me but looked at me once. Her face seemed so shocked with no smile or anything. All the feelings came back when I saw her and I nearly broke down. Am so in love with her, that she appears in my dreams. She most probably moved on but I still have her in my heart and head, I think am going crazy. What shall I do?
Williamhanson617 Williamhanson617 22-25, M 16 Answers Oct 27, 2013 in Singledom

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I think you should try and get her back... You'll feel awful later in life thinking you shoulda, coulda stuff..

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This

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Well go and get her! Show her your devotion and your love for her, let her know how you feel. And so help me God, do not let her go. If she means this much to you, you have to fight for her and not just assume that she's moved on. She may even be waiting for you. But don't become pushy and creepy. Respect her.

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send her a message. Reconnect.

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Accept the fact that you slammed the door on destiny and have lost forever your soul mate and settle for who or what ever will have your dumb a**. What a loser.

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The human mind has evolved to focus and obsess over one thing at a time. For men, this is generally a woman, and the act of s x. For women, this is men, though there is less importance on any one man and more having a partner, and all the complex factors necessary for the dangerous task of pregnancy and child rearing - having food, shelter, good genes and social status so the offspring has the best chance in life. Because we are primitive, this is more or less the sole focus of much of our existence, and yet most people live and die without ever fully understanding how these basic drives are behind so much of what we think and feel. <br />
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When our brains detect we have lost a partner, it is wired up to punish us severely until we remedy the situation, that is why you feel on the edge of madness. The important thing is to understand this jedi mind trick and not let your brain feed you dangerous info such as "She was the only one for me", "I will never find someone like her again", or "This love was a one-in-a-million thing". These kinds of thoughts will take you straight to your own personal hell.<br />
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The healthiest thing you can do is find another partner. The mind is rather easily distracted. If you still want her back, this is also your best chance of getting her back, because a woman will always be drawn to a man going his own way then a broken mess.

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Dude <br />
Life is a game. Just play<br />
Nothing is important than ur parents and ur life. Think abt them and set ur life goals. Forget these dude

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Get back with her... Women like action

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You probably hurt her feelings when you started to ignore her. <br />
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You could try to give her a call and see if she would like to try again ... <br />
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I can't imagine that you're really in love with her ... probably just romanticizing what you think you might have had ...<br />
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4 years is a long time at your age ... I'm sure you both have changed quite a bit in that time.

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Counseling helps

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Bro, i know that feeling, cause i messed up to. Now if you are truly in love with this girl go and talk with her, tell her how you feel and then if see how it works out.

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Move on.

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That sucks bro... I fell for this girl in primary school and now she haunts me in my dreams. I have no idea where she is but I guess i'll never forget her... At least you have a chance at making it right, go get her man..

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psychiatrist might be of help to you.

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