Apparently, he was trying to get in touch with me to tell me he was running late.After 30 minutes, I was going to get up and leave but something in me told me to wait it out. I was getting ready to graduate from college so he understood my busy schedule and I understood his late hours of working. The breakup hit me hard, but I got myself back up and pulled myself together.I started going out again, and my friend suggested I make a Tinder profile.My girlfriend, who also is divorced, isn’t pushing me but has made it clear she hopes we’ll marry someday.Do I keep dating her and see if I become interested in marriage?One friend (who wishes to remain anonymous lest her non-boyfriend reads this) explains: “I’ve been seeing this guy for four months now – we’re dating and see each other a couple of times a week.
One day, I matched with this guy who I didn't think was completely my type, but he was cute.
It sounds to me as though you may not be getting everything you need from this relationship and that instead of confronting that issue directly with your gf, you are putting your concerns on the "health of the relationship" and her possible concerns. All relationships are fundamentally based on trust and on communication. So decide what it is that you really want here - and if it is this woman, buck up and open your mouth.
It's extremely difficult to maintain a genuine, mature relationship when you only meet on weekends. Lasting relationships require effort and attention. That doesn't exactly sound like what is happening in yours. And you know that, at least for now, you have a forward.
The way you could keep these things alive is to communicate during the week, preferably every single day.
The fact that neither of you is doing this would seem to indicate that 1)this isn't a very deep or mature relationship to begin with or 2)the relationship is beginning to fall apart from both of your sides.