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One my friend is decide to live with me for some years due to collage times. And now we are become a good couple. But unfortunately she is involving with friends too many times and she is ignoring me almost all the time.

Now I am talking to her many times but she is not Interested with me. Its very bad for me.

I started to read about this that  Why she is cheating and Ignoring me? and Also read He is cheating with me?

https://www.quora.com/I-found-my-girlfriend-cheating-on-me-what-should-I-do
https://www.luvze.com/how-to-catch-your-girlfriend-cheating/
https://www.huffpost.com/entry/cheating_b_1776429
https://www.thewhyculture.com/relationship/is-he-cheating
https://thestir.cafemom.com/love/211362/why-he-cheated

 

By reading this article I got some common mistakes-

- She’s Being Flirty With A Friend
- Doesn’t Seem to Have Any Time For You
- Top Secret” Schedules
- To Let go Attitude 
- Ignorance
- Lake of Communication
- More Excuse
- She Is Suddenly Looking Very Different
- Professional At Avoiding Questions and Behavior

 

I need to get some more idea and relevant solution from you, please help me

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3 hours ago, alex090 said:

One my friend is decide to live with me for some years due to collage times. And now we are become a good couple. But unfortunately she is involving with friends too many times and she is ignoring me almost all the time.

Now I am talking to her many times but she is not Interested with me. Its very bad for me.

I started to read about this that  Why she is cheating and Ignoring me? and Also read He is cheating with me?

https://www.quora.com/I-found-my-girlfriend-cheating-on-me-what-should-I-do
https://www.luvze.com/how-to-catch-your-girlfriend-cheating/
https://www.huffpost.com/entry/cheating_b_1776429
https://www.thewhyculture.com/relationship/is-he-cheating
https://thestir.cafemom.com/love/211362/why-he-cheated

 

By reading this article I got some common mistakes-

- She’s Being Flirty With A Friend
- Doesn’t Seem to Have Any Time For You
- Top Secret” Schedules
- To Let go Attitude 
- Ignorance
- Lake of Communication
- More Excuse
- She Is Suddenly Looking Very Different
- Professional At Avoiding Questions and Behavior

 

I need to get some more idea and relevant solution from you, please help me

Yes. Sikhia, Simran number one.

Two do everything for yourself as a man.

Three consider whether you want her or not when she comes around.

Spoiler. You think you do and you probably don't. 

Four. Don't even look at women that way, if you find an actually qualified suitable wife who supports you 100% in your path, and is on her own, then marry her. 

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On 8/14/2019 at 4:48 PM, GurjantGnostic said:

Yes. Sikhia, Simran number one.

Two do everything for yourself as a man.

Three consider whether you want her or not when she comes around.

Spoiler. You think you do and you probably don't. 

Four. Don't even look at women that way, if you find an actually qualified suitable wife who supports you 100% in your path, and is on her own, then marry her. 

 

Hi friend, I am agree some of the points But as a man We are a good friend So if she is going to wrong way So should I take into right way? 

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