what does she really wants??

Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
I was going out with this girl for around 6 months but she had to leave for a job opportunity that she got.
she really loved me and I really loved her as well everything was perfect, we never got into a fight we were always on good terms, but since she left we couldn’t do long distance so we took a break.
After 4 months I moved to her state but now she seems very awkward and not the loving fun girl that I used to know.
yesterday we went out and the whole night was perfect like the days that we were dating so I tried to kiss her because I really felt like it, like something pushed me to do that and she kind of rejected me and she told me she wants to take things slow and that she is not ready, so I automatically figured she has another person in her life so I have asked her if she did and she said no, she told me she need us to take things slow, and then latter she asked me if I moved all the way across the country for her, and I was like no, and she seemed very relief when I said that.
My question to you is how can I win her back. she told me that she like me and she still care about me but she want to take things really slow and for now its to be "friends" and I know when a girl says that , it means she does not want anything anymore.
so pleas help me to win her back I really love her and the way she looks at me and the way she acts when girls talk to me tells me that she still have strong feeling for me.
Thank you

RomanceClass.com Advice
Take advantage of your friendship to make the best impression possible.

Communicate a lot with her about things that interest her; share your feelings which will draw her closer; and display affection through smiling, laughing, hugging, complimenting.

Also work on yourself. Work out, eat better, take care of your dressing, grooming, and hygiene. Do interesting things and then tell her about it. She may feel like she wished she could have gone with you.

It's good you are getting positive feedback from her.

Good luck! George

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