I want her back........please read

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
me an my ex had been dating for a good month...we had talked about us breaking up earlier in the relationship because she really didnt want one...well we kept going even though i knew an she knew that we were gonna break up...well last nite i was talking to her about that an where we stand...then i asked her what would make her happy..she said lets just be friends...i knew it was coming sooner or later...when we were talking about the break up she said that if she started developing strong feelings for me she would stop herself an break me off...she was scared that if i started developing feelings that i wouldnt break it off...so heres my dilemma....how do i get a girl back who doenst want a relationship but just wants to be friends an who doesnt want to commit to a long term relationship? i really have strong feelings for this girl an it seems like she has none (which is porbably true) but then agian it does? its a hard situation to explain on the internet...but im trying to make this as short but detailed as possible... WHAT DO I DO?!?!?! it feels weird not being with her...please help me!!!!!!!!! i need some help on the situation...thanks

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Accept her offer to be friends.

Then you can hope that by building up communications, trust, and affection that you can become her b/f.

Don't get your heart set on it because she sounds like she made up her mind and my opinion is that once she makes up her mind that's it.

Good luck! George

-- from George
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