Dear Miss Emily:

So me, ( female/19) and my girlfriend have been together two months now. I feel myself having strong dislike for her at times. For one, I think she is cheating and, for two, we don’t spend quality time anymore. When we are together, she is either sleeping or we are bickering.  She invites me over and just goes to sleep. I feel unwanted and not cared for. I feel like she doesn’t really want to be with me, but when I ask she assures me she loves me. What should I do?

--------------------Miss Emily’s advice--------------------

Taking into consideration that your girlfriend may be depressed, and that’s why she’s sleeping so much, my advice, at face value, is this: It's not working.  No truer words were ever spoken, or written for that matter -- “Actions speak louder than words."  I suppose if you tell her you want to break-up, she'll try to suck you back in, but I'd be weary of that if it happens. Two months is too early to show signs of boredom, bickering, and resentment.  After all, you aren’t married!  If it were me, I'd move on, because being home alone with a movie and a package of Reese's Peanut Butter Cups would be preferable to this situation.  Sometimes a girlfriend, just turns out to be a run-of-the-mill girl friend.