I was in a okay relationship for 12 years and it finally ended. One month later I met the woman of my dreams, which I was not looking for. Her husband had killed himself 3 months before we met and right after she was seeing someone for a month or so. I found myself through circumstances and what she said she wanted living with her. Then all of a sudden last week she puts me on a bus to go 800 miles away and is now talking to the first person she seen and says she still has feelings for him as well. I was told this time apart was for her to have some space. I am so confused because I dont really know what she is going through having never been married and not sure how to let her go because she is my every thought of every day. Can anyone help me with what she might be going through and how I should respond.
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