Busy is better, but it causes problems
Date: Dec 12th, 2006 3:51:42 pm - Subscribe
Mood: worried
What do you want?: to play with fire, but not alone.

I like to keep busy, I feel unsatisfied when I'm not doing anything for long periods of time. My girlfriend likes to tell me that I'm a work-a-holic, maybe. It's good to feel like you've accomplished something. I worked enough that I made enough money to pay for my class ring in full, on time, and all on my own. I like to rely on myself.

There are however a few downsides. A small one being that I'm always so tired. The bigger one being that I'm not the only one who's going to school and working alot, so is my girlfriend. It's putting a little strain on our relationship. We don't get to see eachother as often as we'd like to. I see her once a week. She either always has class or is at work or it's the other way around and I'm the unavailable one. We can never seem to be able to make our schedules match up. It's been bothering her more and more and she's mentioned something to me about how people have been telling her she should just date someone that goes to her school, that it would be easier.

I know it's just a little thing and I wouldn't even think on it too much. All we really have to do is wait until the end of this summer when we plan to move in together. It's just that this isn't the only thing that's been a problem. I want someone's oppinion on this. She's said something to me a little while ago and I don't really know what to do or what it really means. She said that the butterflies are gone.

Granted this was like three weeks ago and we stoped having canversations about it about a week ago, but I'm just at a loss. Does it mean she's unsatisfied with anything? Everything? We may not be talking about it, but the seriousness that she put on the subject means it can't just go away can it? She's told me she doesn't want to break up and that she doesn't want a break either.

I am one confused and worried boyfriend. Can anyone help me out? Is there anything I can or should do?
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driftwood - December 13th, 2006
I cannot advice you anything regarding the subject. But when your gf said that the butterflies were gone, she probably meant to say that her feelings have somewhat changed. It could also be a sign of her falling out of love. Maybe, the 'honeymoon-period' is over for her. Am I making sense here?

eg. I get butterflies [in my stomach] whenever I see you. Kind of a quesy feeling, but in a good way.

impatient1 - December 21st, 2006
Yes, you're making sense. I hope it's just that her feelings have changed. In a good way I hope.


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