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I'm sorry, but this drama is just ridiculous.

Posted 09-22-2012 at 01:07 AM by kuyaBaka
I can't but think this way, no matter how selfish and insensitive it might seem. I just feel like you're stringing yourself a long this bad stream of events.

So my roommate has had this girlfriend for 2 years now, and they broke up a couple weeks ago. They patched things together pretty quick, and he thinks that it'll all get better soon and that they'll be back together soon. He didn't really explicitly say it, but the vibe is definitely there. He stays up until 2-3 in the morning waiting for her to log on Facebook or AIM or Skype just so he can talk to her that day. Half the time she doesn't even log on and the half that she does, she's almost always too tired to talk for more than 15 minutes.

I don't want to be a Debbie downer, but I just feel like he's setting himself up to fall flat on his face. And I don't want to see him depressed and sad. He's got a lot riding on him this semester class-wise, and if he gets too side-tracked and overwhelemed with emotions there's a really good chance he'll start to fail classes. He's like a little brother to me at this point, and I just don't want him to get stuck in an emotional rut like this.

The past few weeks, the rest of the roommates and I have been trying to keep him preoccupied and on to other things to try and get him off of this idea. That way he can feel like he doesn't have to have a relationship to keep him mentally and physically stable. We've been getting him into playing Dragon Saga since he's had interest in picking up an MMO and then we've been getting him into cooking and watching food programs so he can learn to cook. I've even got him a position in the community service club I'm in so he can keep himself busy and give him new people to meet. I just feel like his ex is taking things better than he is -- she's out meeting new people, joining new clubs, and just enjoying her first semester of college. My roommate, on the other hand, is taking things pretty slow on his second year with just a bunch of classes and work until the end of the day where he waits for her.

And next month he's planning to fly down to SoCal where she's going to college just so he can see her again.

At the same time I think this way, though, I just feel selfish. I'm taking my own feelings into consideration first -- I don't want to have to deal with all the drama and tears. It just messes up with my vibe. I mean, I'm totally cool with a few relationship hurdles here and there. But if this thing is happening every night and you're not considering that fact that you're your own antagonist, then I just don't think I can handle it.

Luckily one of my roommates is pretty good at handling relationship problems and stuff. Phew.

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  1. kmelfina's Avatar
    Well your actions may be what the guy needs since you care for him (while avoiding drama is part of your self interest). So 2 good things in one!
    Posted 09-23-2012 at 04:59 PM by kmelfina kmelfina is offline
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