Dating girl messed up family
I wasnt expecting to get back together or anything, but with the "I miss you" and you inviting me over, I'll admit a big part of me was hoping you were having second thoughts. Tell her how you feel so you don’t regret it this time! Then work on getting your life back on track and become independent from your parents.Just thought I should get that off my chest."SEND THIS TO HER FIRST! That way you won't ever have to make the wrong choice again because of their judgement.It was this summer that I had also moved states away leaving all of my friends behind, not having my friends, home, and girlfriend sent me into a major depression.Up until that point in my life, that had been the worst summer of my life.
Shortly after this my girlfriend dumped me out of the blue, leaving me once again with no friends, no family (close by). As I am typing this, it has been around 2 and a half months since the breakup but I still cannot get over her. Because of unique circumstances I am having to live out of my car for a few weeks in order to finish up my last two weeks at my job here in the area.We would get in arguments about 2-3 times every week.While they were NEVER physical, just verbal disagreements, they still were taking it's toll on our relationship.I've been dating this girl for the past two years, lets call her "Katrina," Katrina and I met during out last year of high school and we considered ourselves "high school sweethearts." Katrina is also in the military, so she had to leave directly after senior year for 6 months in order to complete Army Basic Training.
During this time we stayed together but it was very tough.
Get as financially independent as possible, learn how to cook and other essential lifeskills.