After fighting about how clingy I am, this girl and I are always better after a few days and sometimes even later the same day.
We have had a long history of being on and off after dating for 8 months long distance. A few days ago one of her exs started talking and things got better with them, he now thinks they might get back together. Around that time she started to ignore me and act like I was a bother. But yesterday she said she might want to talk on the phone but it never happened. I finally asked her what was going on and she replied that I was being a bother and there was no changing it. After an hour I said sorry that I always act like it was the end when we fought and she made a comment about needing to bring a baseball bat to always be able to crack my thickhead in a joking way, not literally. The conversation ended with me agreeing to leave her alone for a while. Now this has gone on for 2 years, these fights, we don’t always fight; we have a few weeks of good and then she turns sour, but she always welcomes me back. Can anyone shed light on this, other than the obvious let her be? My friends all tell me she obviously still wants me or she would have dropped me by now but she wants to actually date people and not just be emotionally tied, there is a chance of us going to the same college; it is small but a chance still. Then today I texted her and asked “So you still have your teeth? “because her sister said she didn’t have to nurse her, the girl was getting her wisdoms out yesterday but it didn’t happen, and she knows that I was giving her sister helpful tips on how to best nurse her the other day. Was that a mistake or is it fine as long as it is the only message/text I send her? What should I now do because I still really like her? How long is a while? A lot of tips would be helpful.
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