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She broke it off with me a couple days ago because I had trust issues and didn’t believe where she was or who she was with that day. I’ve given it a couple days and I really have changed but no matter what I do she won’t change her mind. I don’t know what else to do. I don’t really have anyone to talk to
I would recommend giving her some space while she processes her thoughts and feelings about everything without being overwhelmed. This is what we refer to as 'no contact'. Let her know that you will be respecting her space (I'd say about three weeks or so), and using this time to reflect on what went wrong and finding ways to improve yourself and learn different ways to communicate your trust issues without coming off as confrontational. If she approaches you before the three weeks, of course, by all means, welcome that conversation. After the no contact period is up, reach out to her and ask her if she would like to revisit the conversation. Let her know that you're aware of your mistakes, as well as how to improve so as not to repeat them. Tell her that you strongly feel that the two of you as a couple are worth the effort, and that you believe that if you both reevaluate things and discuss more constructive ways to express difficult feelings like trust, you can rebuild your relationship into something truly amazing. Best of luck!
Thank you thank you so much. After almost three years of being together, three weeks sounds undoable but it seems like that’s my only option. I can’t tell you how much i appreciate your help. She’s my everything and my world and all I want is for her to give us another chance. I’ll recommend this site to everyone I know that is going through something similar. Again, thank you from the bottom of my heart.
I've been married 10 years and she was unfaithful to me back in 2011. I forgave her but ever since it hasn't been the same. Too many arguments and trust issues that it came to a point where we just separated 4 months ago. We have 2 children and she filed for divorce. It there still a chance? Is it worth saving the marriage? I want to save it and start all over again but she says honestly she doesn't love me anymore because she fears I won't change and thinks I never forgave her from the bottom of my heart. Thanks in advance for you're advices and thoughts.
Hey there, it may be better for you to make your own forum post.