Me and my ex-girlfriend had a really good relationship, we were very close and knew everything about each other. I told her all the time how much I loved her and she did the same for me. We have been dating for close to 1 year and we have spoken about moving in with each other and getting married since the connection that we had was very strong. I did the mistake of breaking up with her, I think I was just confused at that time and just needed a little space but instead of just taking a little break I decided to just break it off. I've realized that I want her back, and that I should have never broken up with her in the first place. The only problem is that she just keeps ignoring me and it's been close to 2 weeks since she has said something to me. I must have txted her about 10 times and called her twice but she never answers. I'm nervous as to what she could feeling. I don't know if she is already over me and sleeping with other guys or if she just needs space... but if she did just want space then why wouldn't she just tell me that and go from there. I just don't understand how you could cut someone out of your life so easy. I know every girl takes breakups differently but I just need a girl's opinion on what my ex could be thinking. Do you think she really is over me, and sleeping with someone else or is she just giving herself space. I'm so confused.
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Being over you and being finished with you are entirely separate issues, my friend. If she loved you as you suggested, then the likely answer is, no, she is not over you in the space of a couple of weeks. However, that may have no bearing on her decision to move on from you.
You ended things with her, which is not the same as being on "break" from her. You made your bed, and for this, she seems determined to see to that you lie in it, by ignoring you and excluding your from her life. Now, how long this will continue? I know not.
By and large, though, people seem to utterly detest being ignored. And you, sir, are no exception. You've made this clear by your repeated texts and calls to her, even though she remains unresponsive. But, the reality of it is, she is simply respecting your decision.
Did you attempt to apologize, yet, or explain yourself to her?0