my GF of a year recently asked for a break in the relationship last week. I am heart broken about it. Our conversation more less her doing alot of crying and me acting cool and like it did not affect me which it did. She told me that I was the first guy she loved and that her family adores me which is huge for her because I was the first guy to ever meet them. she also said that she want to marry me some day and she does not want me to hate her. She says she wants to get her life together and she has issues that she has to deal with on her own. I told her that it is fine take what ever time you need. she also said that I don't know why but I was starting to have resentment towards you and wanted to take a break because she does not want me out of her life. she wants to be friends I told her thats not a good idea because I told her I gave you everything but this time I am not going to be down graded as "friends". I also told her that I am breaking all contact with her and that she needs to get her self right and then you can contact me. it has been one week with out contact. should I call her and ask how she is doind next week. she wants me to call her soon. I told her thats not going to happen. I want her back but I refuse to be second to any guy or "friend" how to I approach this?
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