We've had problems for the last few months. It's been on and off and I can't say that I handled the situation the right way. She has her reasons but I kind of feel like she exaggarates the reasons a little too much. I don't think she has given up on us completely, but I am very afraid that she will start dating other people. Which I know I won't handle very well. We've talked once a few days after and it was a good conversation which kind of still gives me some hope. I'm currently trying to give her some space and hope that she starts missing me and will eventually make contact again. I love her very much and just wish for another chance. I know I can be a better boyfriend and be the kind of guy she wants to be with. I tried to keep this short but any advice is appreciated.
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I think that until you can understand and appreciate why she left the relationship, you won't be able to maintain a relationship with her. It doesn't sound to me like you take her perspective very seriously. You sound quite dismissive of her actually.
Give her space and time. You need it too. I think you need to work on yourself a bit because it doesn't sound like you are all that mature or considerate. Try and be a little less self-absorbed (because it sounds like you are - from this short description anyway).0