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I asked for advice before. Well, I did follow your advice, but then suddenly, today, things got worst again. I sort of got her family a Christmas gift (something to be thankful for), and I got her a Christmas card, but how some how, today, she say that she haven't been happy or happy. We been broke up for 3 months already. She say that she starting to think of me again. That is something that I can not do or prevent her to stop. Well, now she want more time off from me. Should I just let this one go? or wait some more? Before Christmas, we been talking on the phone , at least once a week. I do not know what to do now. She say she fell out of love, and now when she is starting to think of me, and she feel unhappy about it. Did I make my move on her too fast? I tried to keep the conservation short when I talked to her on the phone, see how she is doing and so forward. I'm just confuse because I do not know what she wants. She wants a friend, and I already agreed to be her friend.. What else can I do? Please help.. thanks Advice
Continue to be her friend. Sooner or later you two will grow together or you will decide to part.

Don't push her, be gentle and understanding. But my opinion is that she will go her own way since that seems to be what her feelings are.

But, you never know.

Good luck! George

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