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VincentPalZonParticipantJune 7, 2015 at 8:29 pm #80377
Hey, I just got broken up by my (now) ex-girlfriend and I’m really devastated about it. It was pretty sudden, there wasn’t much that lead up to it. We never get into fights, we don’t argue about anything, and we’re really great together (people told us that we were the best couple they’ve ever seen). The reason why she did broke up with me was because she was “losing feelings” and that I “deserved someone better;” it didn’t end with a fight or anything, just her saying that she couldn’t feel the same way that she did before. Since she didn’t break up with me on a bad note, just a negative note towards herself and her feelings fading, I feel like I still have a chance with her, and I’ve looked for advice about “winning your ex back,” but all of them assume that you broke up because you got in a big fight. My case is not the same. I’m probably going to deactivate my Facebook for a while and then reactivate in a few weeks, but is there anything I could do to win her heart back?
StrictlySaucersParticipantJune 8, 2015 at 8:36 am #80378
Fights can usually be healthy in a relationship because it indicates both sides are compassionate about their disagreements. Solving a fight can actually bring you closer together. Now, a break up with the absent of a fight might indicate boredom. Her losing feelings could contribute to this. She might want something different and her wanting you to have someone better may indicate she hasn’t been able to give 100%. If the breakup ended this calm, then chances are she may have made up her mind a while back. What kind of personality does she have? Is she an intense or laid back person? What makes her most happy and excited?
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