She dumped months ago and it was amicable enough. I tried to get her back right after she dumped me and she said no, but was willing to remain friends.
Months went by with NC. We then ran into each other at an event with mutual friends and while it was awkward, it was cordial.
However, the last time I saw her, she was cold and even slightly rude to me when I approached her to say hi and bye. I think she heard I started dating again/being friendly with women and was convinced I was dating someone (I went on casual dates and no, I am not dating anyone).
Now, I may see her again in a few weeks at a party. I feel have taken the high road with her, but should I continue to do that, or simply ignore her?
If she dumped me and said she wanted to remain friendly, why can't she simply be happy that I am moving on and not harassing her with pleas of reconciliation?
Since her last chilly reception and given the fact that she thinks I am dating someone when I am not, I am concerned she will have something else up her sleeve to make me feel bad. She may show up with a dude and be all over him in front of me.
I feel better when I don't see or hear of her. But, then my friends may be disappointed.
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Why can't she be happy for you . . . because even though she doesn't want you anymore, she doesn't want anyone eles to have you either. That is why she would go from friendly to cold. I would ignore her, continue to be polite and if you have to talk to her just smile and be at ease. She's not going to like it, if she feels she doesn't have a hold on you anymore. She gave up that right when she dumped you, and told you no when you advanced again. Screw her if she can't be happy for you to have moved on. She could also be upset that you beat her to the punch, don't be fooled into thinking she isn't looking.0