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Your Girlfriend Says She Wants a Break But Wants to Remain Friends: Should You Accept Her Offer

January 14th, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

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getgirlfriendbacknow.info – CLICK HERE TO GET HER BACK NOW! What is the one thing you can do NOW to Get Your Ex Back? It all starts with you; Getting Back Together happens when you start here. When your ex girlfriend tells you she wants a break, but wants to remain friends, you might be a little confused. If she wants to be your friend why does she want a break? You may think that if it mean just skipping a few dates, that would be alright, but it goes much deeper than that. The reason she is taking this way of breaking up with you could be that she wants to be gentle and not hurt you, or it might be some thing else. You might think nothing could be worse than losing her for good, but the other reason she wants a break could be worse. The fact that your ex girlfriend thinks you are still madly in love with him, make her feel she owns you. That makes her believe that she can just put you on hold for awhile and you will sit around moping and waiting for her to call. He will check in once in awhile by calling you for a chat and ask how you are doing, just to see if you are still waiting. That will allow her to go out and have fun, check out the scene, date some other men and if she does not find anything promising, she will have you waiting. This makes for a great situation for her and a very bad one for you. If you still love her and want her back, you cannot allow that to happen. When your ex girlfriend tells you, she wants to remain friends, tell her thanks, but no thanks

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