She broke off our 10 year relationship because she said she lost her attraction. We talked back and forth everyday since the breakup(a little over a month ago). She said that she needed to be on her own and figure out what she wanted and that she would let me know if she would date other people. We have been together since early teens.
I found out that she has been seeing someone from one week after she split. I know him he is a good guy, he approached her.
When I found out I confronted her. She denied it until she realized I wasn't going to give up, then owed up. She answered all of my questions I had, we said our last goodbyes, and I let her know I was moving on.
The next day she sent an email saying that she was sorry how things ended and she thought it would be easier for me if I hated her. She also said I deserve better than her and she needed to meet someone that would give her a clean slate and not know about the wrongs she made in the past. I called her and was an emotional wreck telling her I loved her etc...
She then said she was confused and not sure what she wants. She doesn't want me to wait around but she has to figure this out.
Is there a good chance that we will be together again?
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Mostly, it's just a fact that when people are together for a long time, it's easy for people to get an attraction towards someone else. "Your not fresh", but that doesn't mean someone who isn't fresh isn't the one.
See how things go for a while, try to understand her, get answers, and then, if nothing happens, then I say go ahead and move on. Give her a good few weeks or a month.
She needs to figure this out, or she's going to end up regretting something. She needs to be in a situation where she feels comfortable, and knows both men are in good standing.
You need to know, and you don't need to be held on strings, with ridiculous lines.
You need an answer, and you can tell her she can have a few weeks to think, and talk to her in person, not texts, then try to see how that works.
Do what's comfortable for you, and sets your emotions comfortable. Try not to stress yourself too much, and try to relax. Know your going to be OK, and once this is done, you'll have all the answers you need. If you need help moving on, then just post another question later on here or something, and people can offer you advice.
Usually it's just knowing you need to stay positive, not to obsess about obsessive thinking, and to stick with it being in the past. You realize it's out of your hand, and accept the thought in your head as a part of who you are, and that it was an experience for the road ahead.
Keep cool, and see where things go.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE