My girlfriend broke up with to see if she can reconcile with her husband/ex-boyfriend.

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My girlfriend broke up with to see if she can reconcile with her husband/ex-boyfriend. We were seeing each other for about 12 months and then she broke-up with me for no reason. Her friend told me that when she was on holiday she went to her so-called husband to try and see if they can get back together, when she told me she did not love him or had no feelingds for him. She acussed me of things that I never did just to start a fight. When she broke-up with me she told me that she rather be my friend and never would want to have a relationship with me again. This was about 4 months ago. Now that I want to move out of the appartment we share she is asking me to stay, but she still wants to see if she and the ex can maybe get back together again for what reason I don't know. Why did she do this to me and did she realy love me? Advice
It sounds like your ex-girlfriend had feelings for both of you. She started the fight to because it is easier to end a relationship when you are angry (although she probably didn't realize she was doing this). In asking you to stay, she either wants to have her cake and eat it too, or she needs the rent money. Regardless of what her intentions are, you should think about your feelings and yourself and move out. I would be willing to bet that she and the ex try to make a go of it and it will fail again and then she will come back to you. But don't bet on it. Move on. Make new friends and, when you are ready, start dating again. You don't need someone who is on again, off again.

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