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Why did her feelings for me fade as soon as she moved in? Did she do all this just to use me?

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Question - (22 September 2008) 1 Answers - (Newest, 22 September 2008)
A male United Kingdom age 41-50, *risey writes:

Before I met my girlfriend it was always her dream to come and liveand wrk in my country, we met and a long distance relationship developed,and we visited eachother. I moved Heaven and Earth for her and her Daughter to come over, never ever done so much for one person - but as soon as she moved in she turned cold and distant. No hugs, no kisses,no 'I Love You's'.

She had no money, I paid for everything,I was very romantic and expressed my love for her freely - but still nothing like the behaviour you would expect from your girlfriend,she said her feelings for me areconfused ! She picked arguments and fights and now after a month she is going out of my life and back to her home country. Why did she turn off her feelings for me as soon as she moved in ? Did she do all this just to use me ?

Im heartbroken ! :(

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A female reader, hlskitten United Kingdom +, writes (22 September 2008):

hlskitten agony auntShe maybe got homesick?

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