We dated for a year and a half. She broke up with me 7 months ago. I still love her and want her in my life. She wanted to be friends though and I accepted. At first we didn't talk for a while and then she tried talking to me. Things were just okay. Then I found out that she got a new boyfriend in June (4 months after we broke up) and they were trying to keep it a secret in order to not hurt me, but I was broken. I blocked her on all social media. I didn't talk to her for 2 weeks and it hurt her. In July I ignored all of her texts because I was so upset. In August, we started to be friends again, but that was just for a short time. Before she left for college, I agreed to see her to try and leave on good terms and I took her to a sunflower field.. Her absolute favorite.
However about a week after she left for college, I went about 2-3 weeks of ignoring her texts.. Granted she only texted me like 10 times throughout that whole time. She also called me about 6 times in one night because I was still ignoring her and she didn't know why. I still didn't answer. You have to realize that I'm jealous of her loving her new boyfriend who was also her best friend. He is half the boyfriend I was and will never love her as much as did. It hurt to be her friend.
Now about 2 weeks ago, I talked to her. I apologized for ignoring her and I'm ready to be her friend. She still wanted to be too.
Now that we are friends, the only time we talk is if I initiate the conversation. Throughout these 2 weeks, I've only initiated twice out of 2 total conversations, but both conversations were enjoyable and happy.
The last time we talked was last week and the conversation ended with "me: hey I know you're busy so I hope you enjoy your day and we'll talk later" and she replied back "okay".
It's been a week since we talked. I don't know what to do 😔. I don't know how to approach this. Please help me. Thank you so much for reading. It means a lot.
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Dude, fuck the friendship.
You're better off just moving on instead of holdinh on to something that's not there.1