what does she mean?

Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
my finace broke up with me back in january and it was because of several reason. I was secretive with her about things 2) I would never ask her about her day 3) I always interrupted her when she tried to tell me something 4) every time she asked me to do something I said I will do it later but I never did 5) I would never call her and tell her I am going to be late so basically disrespect is what I am assuming. 6) she tried to leave me before and just walked out. 7) the biggest thing I think had to do with this is money I was in an auto accident and I was also evicted because my ex roommate did not pay his portion of his rent and I also maxed out a credit card in our both our names and she paid it all off which was about $19,000. She said she cant do it anymore and she canceled the wedding took back everything and at first she told me its over we both we need to move on with our lives and every time I tried to talk about it she said we have had this discussion before. I got the job the that I should have gotten a long time ago and we talked again and she asked what do you want from me and I told her I want you to be patient with me, not argue with me believe and trust me again. I know for that to happen it will take a lot of time it took you a long time to decide about ending it with us so I understand that it will take a while to trust me again. I wont give up if you don't give up on the chances of us getting back together. i recently told her i just want to give up but tell myself not to. she just stay strong and have faith and i said what do you mean. she said its all thats left at least for me. i am still not sure what that means. does she want to work things out, me to move on, or see how i have changed.

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It's very difficult to tell what she means from a sentence or two.

You will need to discuss this with her again and ask her specifically what she means. It could be one of the things you mentioned or some combination of them.

Good luck! George

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