After calling her office a few times, she agreed to meet me

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I have dated this gf for two years. In between we broke off for 2 months but she still came back after I called her. We had our second quarrel five months ago. I sent her e-mails almost every week but she refused to answer. Finally, I sent her flowers and she replied that she already got another bf. When I insists I will try my best for any future quarrels, she said she is married. I strongly believed she is not married as I checked with a friend but I suspect she has dated this bf since after the first quarrel and still put in an effort and chance to meet me after I called her.

After calling her office a few times, she agreed to meet me. We talked but I can see she intentionally to make me angry before she left.

I love her very much and willing to change, I have sent her an-email to request to be true friends and I have not received any reply after 1 week.

I have dated her for 3 years while the new bf is only about 9 months, If she does not have any feeling for me anymore, ahe will not agreed to meet me.

That's nothing much I can do now. Please advice,
a) How can I remain contacts with her and when to e-mail or call her again?
b) What is my chances, I am willing to invest more time as I like her very much. Advice
Calling her at work seems to work best.

But she may get angry if you call too much.

I don't think your chances are very good. She has dated this guy for 9 months and seems very reluctant to communicate with you.

My advice is to invest your time more wisely than chasing her.
Good luck!

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