Yesterday she told me how much she loves me, but then mentioned that she haven't been over her last relationship yet, that she's not ready for a new one and that she is not comfortable with a long distance relationship. Through her texts, she kept telling me she loves me so much and it's a heartbreaking decision to her. She also mentioned that she wouldn't exclude the possibility of getting together, ''but time must show''. I believe her.
While we had the dialog, I made a very long message about how I felt about her and the long distance thing in the beginning, but then developed myself to accept the distance and love her - a lot. In my long heartfelt text, I mentioned a few rational solutions and the fact that she will get home again after June and I can literally visit her every weekend etc., but that only resulted in her becoming frustrated and threatened to block me from Facebook if I texted her again.
- She still loves me
- She left me for practical reasons
- I pissed her off unintentionally
- I'm sitting here not knowing how to approach this issue.
I'm definitely not going to text her anytime soon, which is probably the best, but I need some suggestions on how I can rebuild connection to her gradually and in the best way possible convince her that this relationship can work out.
I know I sound too confident at getting her back, but I honestly don't want or need any comments saying ''It's over, move on''. I need a solution to solve this problem, not to bail it.