All conversations I had with her are through text messages, games and on occasion through calls. We've known each other for 3 years, with a big pause in between of 1.5 years that ended last summer. We can actually talk about everything (not going into details) however since New Years Eve our contact has not be as much as it was; We used to talk daily. There was no contact for 2 weeks and then another 2 weeks went by where I was unsure how to contact because when I send a message I got responses like: "don't want to talk".
Last Sunday we talked for more than an hour (I was at that moment fully prepared not be able to talk to her, this time forever). She assured then she does not want to lose contact at all, however she needs quite a lot of time alone. Note that I started the conversation on last Sunday.
At this moment I'm very confused on how to progress. Would it be good to try to push to talk more or just leave it and wait for her to send a message (where I don't want to get the feeling again that it is going to die out). I obviously should discuss it with her, however I don't know when. We haven't talked since Sunday.
My goal (at least for now) would be to not break the relation completely. Finding out how much time she wants to spend has a high priority, because this is quite important to me. Intensifying the relation has no priority for me, because I'm fine with just able to talk with her on a regular basis.
- How can I make sure our contact with each other doesn't diminish while still respecting her wishes?
- How to be supportive even though the contact is not a lot