My girlfriend of 3 years broke up with me 2 months ago. At first she kept saying she still loved me and wanted to to work out, but she just needed time to work on herself and just focus on school. She said she still wanted to hang out. I begged for those two months bad, I got severely depressed and it started pushing her away. She would ask for us not to talk about the relationship and to just have fun like the way we use to. It got to the point now where she says she wants her space she said she is here for me if I ever truly need her, but most of the time 99% doesn't answer if I text her. I feel like I might have pushed her away. I texted her and I apologized for constantly pushing and that I never wanted to give her any reason to think differently of me for the past 2 months, that I have been struggling with it but I will give her the space she is asking for. I have now not talked to her in 3 days and I plan to either wait till she says something or wait until finals are over in 3 weeks. She has said she doesn't see us getting back together anymore but that she doesn't know the future. I truly think she just wanted space and is saying that to get me to give it to her. she's always been hot headed and stubborn so maybe the space will give her time to calm down, but also give me time to be able to interact with her on a different level then fear based. With a relationship this long is there a chance that she could move on this fast? Does anyone have experience with a situation like this? I truly love her and not enough time in the day to explain why. There is just something about her that just speaks to me, and makes me feel complete. I want to get to a place where I can accept her moving on should she choose to but I believe I will always want to be with her.
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You will get there but you have to cut contact permanently. It seems impossible now, but it gets easier each day. Each moment you experience not talking to her, not seeing her, not even thinking about her will dilute your current feelings now. You will eventually look back on her like any other forgotten person from your past.2