She said something like "You know when you started to do those stupid things (immature shit) that really weren't ok and you distanced me from yourself I couldn't act like I used to around you anymore." I said something after this and then she goes like " You know, things could've been really different, but you had to do all that stupid shit, I don't wanna talk about this" (This 2nd paragraph was said with her constantly lowering the pitch of the her voice as the sentence got to an end, her voice was somewhere between sad and disappointed). Well she broke up with me cause I was aloof and she thought I didn't care about her at all but she never wanted to be a permanent break-up but I did some really stupid shit and didn't really give her the space she needed at that time and I managed to distance her from myself quite a lot.I wasn't necessarily needy, more like paranoia jealousies born from my immaturity that ended in some awkward arguments.
My questions :
1.What did she really mean when she said all of that while constantly lowering the pitch of her voice as the sentence was nearing the end?
2.Any ideas on how to bring up reconciliation thoughts?
Most Helpful Girl
She really misses you, she wants you initiate new start, giving you a chance to regret your stupidity, tell her you love her and take back to your arms. If you feel like that, do it. If don't, don't hurt her anymore.
Most Helpful Guy
She's "proud" of you? She told you that? ... She's still in love with you, that much is clear. Does she want you back too? Not necessarily unfortunately, but you're on the right track.
Keep doing what you're doing, but "ignore" her sometimes. If she texts you, wait a couple hours or so to respond and then respond quite quickly. Keep doing this from time to time, and you'll be able to see if she's genuine.
Ask for a casual meet-up, a "date" between you and me, and make her laugh and have a great time. Do this a couple times and then ask her out.
She's pretty much giving you a second chance, so don't fuck up, because it's easy to go back into your past aloof habits.