Breaking up and Working it back together

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Hello and thanks for taking your time to read my question! I will keep this as short as possible. Last thursday my girlfriend and I were talking, and everything seemed to be going well, then out of no where she said she doesent love me the same way anymore. In Feburary it would have been our 1 year together, and I couldnt understand what she really ment by not loving me the same way. Eventuallyon saturday she completly broke up with me, saying I had no chance of getting back together. I was completly heart broke, i really love her so much. So on sunday when i saw her, I kind of majorly talked her into letting us back together, and she accepted being boyfriend and girlfriend, but she still says that i can relight the love, she claims its not there. We used to love eachother so much and I wanted her love back! I figured out that I was constantly possesive and always making fun of her friends for a long time and that was a mjor issue she had that lead to her disicion, I am willnig to change but I feel so terrible and lonely, any idea or help??

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It was really big of you to admit your mistake. Now how are you going to convince her that you have changed? It may take a while, but if you love her and think she's the only girl for you, then you have to be patient. Do nice things for her. Take her to the movies and buy the really big bucket of popcorn, nothing says 'I love you' better than a good movie, a big bucket of popcorn and blue slurpee. Lol. In essence, treat her well - show her through action and word. Good luck.

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