Should I wait longer and be the close friend that she tells me she wants or should I just give up.

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My ex fiance and I broke it off about two years ago but have always kept in contact and occasionally got together. I left her becuase I didnt know what I wanted in life yet and needed to see other people. We both occasionaly went out on dates with others but they never worked out. A few months ago I started realizing she was the one I wanted to be with. During the whole time with us being officially apart she always told me she loved me and that she believed we were soulmates. About two months ago she started seeing a new guy. I realized then I was still in love with her so I told her about it and was completely honest. She told me that she still loved me and missed me alot but she wanted to try a relationship with the new guy first to see if it would work out but she wanted to still be friends. She always wants me to call and talk to her all of the time and tells me she doesnt think her and the guy will last that long and that I should just be patient and wait. She tells mutual friends of ours that she is not that happy with the guy but is still giving him a chance to change. Should I wait around a while longer and just be the close friend that she tells me she wants or should I just give up. Advice
My advice is to wait for her.

All signs point to her coming back to you.

Remain closest of friends and share your feelings often.

Good luck! George

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