I dont know if this is a common thing or not but here goes... about one week ago my ex-gf broke up with me. she said that she fell out of love with me and just wanted to be friends. it hurts really bad when ur still madly in love with someone and you know that they have no feelings for u at all... she also happens to be my neighbor, literally right next door, so i have to see her everyday no matter what... what i am asking for is help on getting her back. my parents said just give her some space and dont try to act like ur desperate and about how u should just try to act like ur doing fine without her, when really shes all that i think about all the time even though i try to not think about her... I have been listening to my parents but i'm not sure if its working or not, i know that one week isnt long and it will need more time, but should i keep doing what i am doing now? or does anyone have any other advice to help her fall in love with me again?
I need some advice
I agree with your parents
I second the motion, whatever you do, do not spy on her, pester her or stalk her. Please let her be, she may come around if she sees you having fun with your friends or if you meet another female friend. Good luck dude
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I dont totally agree with that just because i know if i was in your girls situation and you told me you were moving on and all i would try to also.. im not saying go and stalk her.. after like another week or so tell her that you still have feelings for her and see how she feels
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I wasnt saying to tell her your moving on. Just keep your distance and dont seem desperate. make it seem as if you are fine without her
I'm in exactly the same situation as you at the moment, my boyfriend did the exact same thing to me about 3 weeks ago and I know how you're feeling, it's definately hard when you're still in love with them. I don't want to seem to matter of fact saying this because you're still in a pretty sensitive state but if she said that she has fallen out of love with you, chance are she's not going to suddenly change her mind and realise that she's actually still in love with you. Then again she may have other reasons for breaking up with you but if you feel that there is some thing more than her just falling out of love with her, then you could do with discussing it with her. I understand that it's easier said than done, but time is a healer and things will become easier. I do hope this works out for you so best of luck
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