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Question: Broken Hearted

Dear Lounge Advice, my girlfriend just told me she didn't want to be with me anymore. I should tell you that we have been together for two years, engaged and in love. However, the other night she told me she didn't want to be with me anymore. Her reason is financial, being I am working on starting a mining company and all the money that is being made has to be put back into the company. She wants $$ now, as well as she has doubts that I will make it, which I will. So, I just want her to love me and support me, but most of all, I want her to come running back. I know she still loves me. It seems that now I am not calling her, texting her, she starts to call me and text me. She knows I love her and this is killing me but I feel that just not responding or not trying to get her back seems to be the best approach. Is this how I should proceed knowing my goal is to just get her back?
Please help,
Broken Hearted



Dear (Anonymous),

Simply tell her that you will give her all the time that she needs, that you love her unconditionally, and you will be there waiting when she figures things out.

Let her have some time to figure out what she wants. If you are both meant to be together, time will help. Be there for her to listen if she needs it, but please don't over-pursue. That may only hurt your cause in the long run.
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