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I know this is long but PLEASE take time to read..
I’ve been with my girlfriend for nearly 18 months.. she has a daughter who is now 4 , I love her too just as much as my girlfriend..everything was great until a couple of months ago when we started bickering over little things.. she saying she felt that I doubt that I love her when I really do. Also, at the same time, an old friend of hers appears at the same time and then, this friend, wanted them to “get married” for charity and for me to give my girlfriend “away” .. (like a father of the bride). I agreed at the time but a few days later, changed my mind and said no. Also, this friend constantly posted pics up on my girls Facebook wall of silly things and silly posts like “love u ,xxxxx”.. etc. etc… Then on a night out with my girl, we bump into her friend and she pulls me aside when my girl is gone to the toilet and tells me I’m driving my girl away by “doubting” my girl loving me. I tell her friend I love my girlfriend and to mind her own business.. What’s going on here?? Is her friend trying to stir trouble up??
Then, a few weeks later, My girlfriend says she wants a break, as she said her head is “wrecked”… her father ain’t well, work was giving her trouble.. and she was having trouble with her best friend who she lives with along with her daughter.. we don’t meet up for two weeks, then she tells me she went to the doctor and is prescribed prozac..do doctors prescribe prozac as easily?? She wasn’t herself at all when we met up after the two weeks , completely down and out compared to her bubbly, happy self.. I tell her I love her and will wait for her.. She says she loves me but not to wait as I’ll torture myself as it could take months she said.. Also, myself, my girlfriend and daughter are meant to go on holidays in a month… What do I do??? I REALLY don’t want to lose her as I’m CRAZY about her and really do love her! PLEASE HELP!!
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