Dazed and Confused

Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
Hi, my ex and I dated for 10 months. Everything was great, she had some little doubts. I don't know exactly what they were because she didn't really show that she had them. I assume they were about just whether we were right for each other. Well everything was going excellent and then she said that she felt different and needed some time to think. She broke up with me and that is the only reason she could give me. The day after she broke up with me she text me saying that she was scared that she made the wrong decision. She is playing the situation smart. Its been 9 days now and she hasn't called or text me. I text her after 7 days just asking if she still thinks about me and if there is a chance. She gives me contradicting answers, first she says that she is not really happy without me and she thinks that there is a chance we can be together again, but then she says that she doesn't want to hold me back from anything and that she needs this time to focus on certain things. I haven't had much of a chance to talk to her. Ive been trying not to text and call her. So I don't know anything more than this. Does she want me back or is she just stringing me along as a backup? Any tips are appreciated.

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She hasn't given you enough info for you to make a good decision.

My advice is to start living a happy, eventful life and have a good time.

When she finds this out, she will probably want to come back and be part of it. If she thinks you are just sitting at home wanting her she won't be as interested.

Good luck! George

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