Is she scared that she still has feelings for me?

Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
Now I'm really confused. She came back to me needing me because of some family issues that she was having and I had sent an e-mail basically saying that I'm going to learn from this and move on with my life. She broke it off initially and was gonna reconsider, then she read that e-mail and now it's back to being off. She keeps sending me mixed signals and she tells me she still loves me and is trying to do things like say hateful things to make me go away, but I can't because my heart won't let me. What do I do? do I fight to get her back? Do I just let time take over? Today I sent some flowers that I got to her work with a letter explaining my feelings. Was that the right thing to do? I'm scared that she's just wanting to take advantage of me and keep me around. She's initiated every conversation we've had so far since she broke up with me and is willing to talk, but not in person. She said it would skew her feelings. Is she scared that she still has feelings for me? Advice
She sounds like an only child trying to keep the attention focused on her.

Sending flowers was probably a mistake unless you are determined to make a go of it. Your earlier decision to move on was probably the wiser one.

See what comes of the flowers, enjoy things if they are good. But if she is wishy-washy about your relationship then tell her good-bye. She is still so dependent on her parents it is hard to see something good coming of this.

Good luck! George

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