I have a girlfriend that was living with me (not asking for religious advise, I'm asking for relationship advise I believe what I believe and that's enough). Regardless, I decided to move out because of issues I was having and have worked out. I didn't tell her I was dumping her and we stayed in touch via text messages, phone calls and such. Her reaction to the situation, however, seemed quite dangerous. The first night she tried ODing on pills, then she starved herself for a week, got weak, and fell (breaking her jaw in the process) then refused to go to the doctor. She's still acting in this manner (my guess is to win my affection). I do love her, and if she hadn't turned to self-inflected harm I would have taken her back by now. Should I get back together with her, or would that encourage similar actions down the road?
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