Recently my girlfriend of 3 years decided she didnt know what she wanted anymore and pushed me away until we decided to call it quits until we worked out what to do to fix our relationship.
She is 20 and i am 23. We have been together since my final year at uni and she is now entering hers. Since breaking up i realised i did a lot of things that have left her feeling neglected and sad. We have met up since breaking up and i have had chance to explain the things i did wrong and tell her how i can change, We also have had a couple more days out which have finished with her saying "she couldnt be happier now". She went back to uni with the impression of us working it out and getting back together and has said to me numerous times we can do this. However one friday she got very drunk and ended up kissing another guy.
Since then she has been very closed down, she says she doesn't know what she wants anymore. I know her very well and she is not the type to handle being alone very well and also would never do anymore than just kiss someone that she's not with.
We have had phone calls and FaceTime and she has been laughing and smiling with me.
She is very easily influenced by people especially the girls she lives with as they are all single. DO you think that she is suffering from GIGS, and do you think she will come running back to me if i continue to make her feel loved?
any help would be appreciated as this whole thing is killing me, i love her so much and i know if had one more chance to make her feel loved she would never want to leave my side again.
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