Dating girl messed up family

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Having my girlfriend back after 6 months of not seeing her was the best. Several times I felt as I was letting Katrina down.However, the depression still lingered with me, I was frustrated, because I assumed once my girlfriend returned everything would go back to normal for me emotionally. Often times she would say to me I need to "man" up.I live with depression, I know how it feels to believe you're the only one at fault here.As far as I see it, it may be in your best interest to go forward moving in with your parents again; and seriously seek cognitive therapy. ✌🏻hello, the situation you are in currently is tricky but, if she has moved on please do yourself a favor and try to move on too, the best spot that you can start re-building your life is with your parents, move in with your parents and stay there for a while while you make a plan B.During our relationship I had dedicated so much time and effort into our relationship that I didn't make a lot of friends in college. I plan on moving in with my parents soon in order to get back on my feet.

While they were NEVER physical, just verbal disagreements, they still were taking it's toll on our relationship.

What you gain from this loss will help you in the future.

On a side note, I understand where you're coming from.

After my first year of college we planned on moving in together, by this time I was worried to move in with her, because in my mind I would be completely upsetting my super religious parents.

At the time, my parents helped me with everything, college, food, anything.

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