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I was in a relationship, all we did was argue. I compromised but she doesnt even want to come around to see what I'm willing to fix.

do I stay or go?

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Go. If it is something worth having revisit it later. But for now, go and spend some time with yourself. See if she is something worth making the changes for or if you really are happy with yourself the way you are. It is never right to change someone, but finding someone worth changing for can be a great thing - but they must be worth it. It is true, anything worth having is worth fighting for, but if you are asking this question you don't know if she is. You need to take some personal time, then come back and decide. Good luck!

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who want's to argue all the time? I hate it! life is too LONG to live like that.

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go because stubborn gf just going to give you problem and misery

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Relationships have to be 2-way. If she doesn't want to work with you to make changes so things will work better between you, she's not a good partner for you.

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A relationship is give and take from both sides. If she is unwilling to work with you, then do you want that kind of relationship?

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I dont want that type of person but she is unsure she wants to fix things and i feel like its not fair to me to wait until she is not stuck on the past and move forward. I want to move forward.
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Then move forward. You've answered it for yourself :) I can't give the answer for you, so that's why I asked. It's not fair to either of you to stay with a relationship neither of you are happy in.
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