How to get him back again

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
my ex-boyfriend and i have been broken up for a week but we spend so much time together outside of school. he told me that the only way he would like me again is if some epifamy happened to him. i have no idea what that means so if you do, being a guy, please help. but i like him so much and this break up is my fault and im trying to not be so mean to him. he knows i miss him but i dont know what to do without him. i miss him so much. he says he doesnt want to be with anyone right now, but how do i make him miss me? how do i get him to bring his guard down so he can trust me again? if you have something i can give him to read that would be the most helpful thing. but im so stuck i have no idea what to do anymore!
thanks so much Advice
The word he used was "epiphany" and it means a sudden transformation.

It isn't clear to me whether you two are still friends or not. If not, you should make every effort to become his friend again.

As a friend, make sure he knows that you still care about him and give him good feedback that will help build a better relationship. These include the standard factors of honesty, paying attention, caring, trust, reliability, communications and others. If you do a good job of this he will be naturally drawn back to you.

Hope this works out for you!

-- from George
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