This past year was the best one of my life due to the amazing girl I fell in love with. She is a Pisces, and I'm a Sagittarius. I never really paid attention to astrology, but after reading about it, it's crazy how true it is. They say that opposites attract though, and boy was there an attraction. I have never witnessed a relationship click that fast. There was so much passion and love during the relationship, and neither of us had ever experienced quite a chemistry. I was her first boyfriend, kiss, love, and the one she trusted to take her virginity. I made sure to do my best of reciprocating her loving and caring self by always going above and beyond for birthdays, holidays, anniversaries, etc. She would always say how in love with me she was, lucky to have me, how she'd never want lose me, and all that great stuff. I couldn't agree more, and that's why it was so devastating when she said that she wanted to be able to have the same experiences I have. She's younger than me, so she has not gotten to date other people and experience certain things like I have. After all, I am her first. As much as I hated it and tried to change her mind first, I had to except it. Not good at expressing my emotions, I gave her a hand-written letter pouring my heart out, and it made her cry. We had a long and tearful goodbye with plenty of hugs and kisses, so the relationship did not end on a bad note. However, that display of emotion makes me wonder if she IS going to come back. As you can see, we had a great relationship, so I'm just wondering what I should do. We broke up in June, and I have been giving her some space. I did the other day apologize though for how I may have acted or come across as harsh to her sometimes without intention, and she really appreciated that. Every now and then I'll just send a short text and that's it. She always responds enthusiastically it seems. What can I do to my beloved Pisces girl come swimming back to me? I can't live without her anymore.
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I can tell you that astrology is pretty much BS (google something called the Barnum effect for more info). To tell you the truth, I don't know whether or not you'll truly be able to get her back. Heartbreak is something everyone has to deal with in life, we just have to learn how to cope with it. I'm not quite sure how useful those "other experiences" of yours are, but once you find someone, you try to make it work. Being in a long term relationship with someone should remain a learning experience for both individuals for a long time. It looks like it might just be up to her now.1