Re: When is it time to end a realtionship?
Sounds like she's fading you out.
It's a tactic that is passive, so she doesn't have to tell you directly, and if you confronted her, she could easily deny and act like you're doing the breaking up by mentioning it.
Honestly, she may not be ok with having two places. I was in an 8 month relationship where the guy told me... Only after I said I didn't think we could carry on due to incompatibilities... That he was tired of all the driving. Well, we both did driving and I was sure to make it equal and not all on him. I think I put more miles on my car but I didn't care! He'd never complained about it until then...
Sometimes people fade away, for reasons we don't always know. It might not be mature, but I'd go with the flow. If she wants to reach out, she will. You just might not be available to answer. :-)
"If you deliberately plan on being less than you are capable of being, then I warn you that you'll be unhappy for the rest of your life."
~ Abraham Maslow