bluebomber Posted April 6, 2017 Share Posted April 6, 2017 I broke up with my ex girlfriend, it was a terrible mistake and I now want her back. We had been dating for a year and a half when I broke up with her. I had recently graduated college and was moving away and just got overwhelmed by the circumstances. Honestly, I had personal issues that I had been suppressing. I wasn't thinking clearly and irrationally broke it off. I dumped her out of nowhere and completely broke her heart. We had an amazing relationship, our love was truly special. I now realize what I have lost and am facing the consequences of my actions. We shared a once in a lifetime love, do the best of romances deserve a second chance? Since the breakup we remained continual but limited contact. There was never any fighting, pleading, or begging from either of us. 5 months later I began to try and reconcile. We had been talking and she had agreed to meet with me but due to our long distance it took extra effort and planning to arrange a meet up. After we were planning to meet up she sent me a message saying she was seeing someone new and that it wouldn't be a good idea. My instinct is that she had been seeing this guy for a couple months but just didn't want to tell me. I can't blame her for wanting to move on, but I also don't think she has moved on. I've completely respected her new relationship and still maintained minimal contact showing her I care. She'd been receptive and after few good conversations I sent her a text asking if I could give her a call, she didn't respond. I've gone no contact for a month now. Leading up to and even during her new relationship it was clear that she still had feelings for me. Regardless if this guy is rebound or not, I genuinely believe she still loves me. Assuming she really does still love me, how likely is a reconciliation? Do I wait patiently for the relationship to end? Should I continue to remain NC or go LC? Do i write her a letter and leave the ball in her court? Since we've been separated I have resolved my personal issues, become a better man, and am ready to commit my life to her if she is willing to give me another chance. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Link to comment
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