The best thing to do is leave her alone. If she comes around one day, then wonderful for you. If not, there is your answer. She's moving on with her education and life in general. You need to be brave and have the courage to move on with your life, too. Do a lot of soul searching and learn how to behave, react or not react in the future such as during arguments or whenever life isn't delightful.

Once people find out what it's like to be intimate and I'm not referring to physical, both people see a side to each other that wasn't there before such as temperament, not handling stress with self-control, explosive anger, cross words, impulsive reactions and the like. Some people stick together despite waves of turmoil whereas other couples don't survive. Unfortunately, most couples fall into the latter category.

I'm sorry for your desperation. This is the time to reflect and not place yourself in a pitiful and pathetic situation. Never grovel. It's time to grow up, mature and accept this former relationship which went awry. While you reflect, accept defeat even though it's very difficult to accept. This is how life is and not every situation will be a win win. This goes for everyone on the face of this planet. There will always be highs and lows in life.

If you truly and really love her, do it from afar and let her go. She wants to move on so you need to do that for her because it's called being selfless. Release her because it's not about what you want. It's about what she wants so give it to her. Being a selfless person is a sincere expression of love. Respect and honor her wishes and man up about this. Man up and do the right thing which is think of others first before you think of yourself and your wants.

This is not the end of the world. Someday this will be an old wound which required a lot of time to heal and recover from. Someday both of you will meet someone else. Use your negative experience as your learning tools for your future and become wiser regarding your interpersonal skills. This bad relationship taught you self control during weak moments of discord. You'll be ok and hang in there.