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I feel so lost after girlfriend ended LD relationship, I know she still loves me and I love her I want to fight for her back, should I?

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Last Updated: 12/15/2020 at 12:22am
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Rotem
November 19th, 2019 1:35pm
Feeling lost after having an everyday routine of talking to the one you love most, make sense. You ought to ask yourself, what lead to this decision? Is it because it was long distance? maybe it was hard for your ex-partner? Maybe she met someone else and wanted to try it in real life ? If you sense it was a bad choice she made and that you guys are both still in love you must show it to her because who knows? maybe it can change her mind. Fighting back after losing someone is important, it shows you care and truly love. It takes guts but if you really want it you should chase it. And hope, for the best.
Anonymous
May 22nd, 2018 11:42pm
Everything is fair in love and war. Why delay when you can get her back and when you both still lovw each other? Distance is not the biggest barrier there is to a relationship. You'll can work it out!
GermanZebraCupcake
May 29th, 2018 8:15am
It's hard to say without more details what you should do, but I think if she ended it, she needs some time to herself for a bit, even if she does love you still. Just let her know that you're there for her.
Anonymous
May 30th, 2018 6:07pm
I really think you should if you still love her. you can fix everything that went wrong if you still care.
Anonymous
July 3rd, 2018 8:21pm
I think you two should talk and but she ended relationships what if she don’t want go back relationships but there alway as be friend or best friend etc
Anonymous
December 15th, 2020 12:22am
I am sorry to hear that you and your girlfriend decided to end the relationship. Long-distance relationships could be difficult when you two do not get to see each other or communicate in person about certain topics. Do you know why you two broke up, and if so, what was or were the reasons? Have you two stated whether you two will be friends? Did she give signs that she wants to be in a relationship with you again soon or in the future? Were both of you happy with where the relationship was heading? What were your hopes for this relationship and did she share them? These questions may help you to decide whether you want to be with your ex-girlfriend.