3 years ago
Last edited at 10:49AM on 4/28/2011
well if you really love her you need to tell her how u feel about her and by her something special then you have to tell her how much you love her and when you get her back make sure you treat her right.
hun dateing is my game if you want her back just tell her that you love her and that you need her and you don't want to lose her. and depending on what broke you two up and if she feels the same way then she should say yes. and if not then just remember that it probally wasn't meant to be and if it was then try again later because i betcha that in like 30 years from now you'll have forgooten about her if you aren't still together
Just tell her how you really feel. If you care for her with all your heart, and you tell her that. She might have a change in mind. Be sure to tell her no matter what happens, your love for her will never die off.
I've read all the answers and your Comments on them, and it really sounds like she doesn't feel the same way you do. You want her and need her, and I assume you have already told her this after you broke up? If so, and she rejected you, then it's clear she doesn't want, need or love you the same. You sure you want that? Knowing that the one you love, doesn't feel a need for you? Everyone wants to be wanted. Needs to be needed by someone. This is probably a root to some of the problems and arguments you may have been going through. Just think about it, now that you are apart. Don't push yourself on her. If its love, you don't need to "convince her" of anything. In my humble opinion, when someone screws up like this, says the wrong thing, breaks things off, and leaves mad, when you realize your mistake and you go to call her to make up, the line should be busy from her trying to call you too.
I guess what I'm trying to say, is you are going to be miserable inna one sided relationship. You give her love, and she gives you affection. That will do for a while. But in the long run, when the chips are down, when the gifts run out, when the excitement and newness of your relationship wears off, it's love that remains. And if she doesn't love you, then she won't remain. Make sense?
Get professional help, (Minister, Rabbi, Priest, or Counsellor) . It's not normal to discard something and then regret the loss... On the other hand. You are moving forward by asking the community for ideas. Hope you get through this.