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I was dating this guy for 6 years off & on, mostly on, we were never broken up for more than 2 months (I think that's what our problem was, if we actually 'broke' up it could have worked, we got back together, it was good a month, than it went right back to the way it was)... His mom died a massive heart attack, she was 60, it was very sudden as her husband found her dead on the floor. Maybe irreleavant, but the lady happened to be my best friend, I was grieving. I have never really seen my ex shed tears except when he told me about it, and at the funeral and viewing. His patience seemed to dimish with me (I seemed more bitchy, he seemd more irritated after her death). WE had our problems, but they were simple, mostly about money, stuff that could have been fixed. I know his mom wanted us to get married. My ex seems to have this bottled up inside, because I haven't seen him grieve except his temper shorter, and patience seeming to be none. His brother, also was in a 2 1/2 year realtionship broke up with his girlfriend a month after my ex and I broke up, they were living together as well.. He's also the type to keep stuff bottled up inside.. I guess my question is- If our relationship really fell apart because of his mom dying, grief etc. or lack there of because it's bottled up, is there hope for us in the future? How long does it take for a guy to overcome this , if they ever.. He broke up with me about 2 months after she died.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 8:29 PM on Aug. 7, 2012 in Relationships
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