Doing what I should, what's next?

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I'm 23 and I finally met a girl worth keeping. At first everything was good, we got along great. We have similair interests, and want the same things in the future.

She goes away to school, and has a very busy schedule. She just lost her job, and her mom is very very sick. She is obviously under a lot of stress. I was adding stress. So we broke up a week ago.

At first I very slightly did the desparate thing via myspace, and she did responded, in anger. I left it off with a very understanding letter. I know what she's going through, and thanks for motivating me.

Since then, I'm pretending I don't care, which makes me feel better. I'm not contacting her. I redid my myspace because I think she will check it. Talking to, not dating other girls. I've gotten another job. I am going back to school... Basically, trying to become someone she would want to be with.

What do I do now?? Thanks in advance. Advice
It is too early to have a good idea of what to do next.

You could ask her if you could call her once a week to ask her how she is doing. You could also let her know you still care. Be cheerful and limit your call to 15 mins.

This would probably be as much as she can handle given all the stress in her life right now.

Good luck! George

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