If you've messed up, got dumped, and want to know how to convince your girlfriend to stay with you, you have a lot of work ahead of you. The most important thing to remember is to act quickly. If you let enough time go by, she may become used to her life without you in it. Here are a few tips to help you convince your girlfriend to stay with you.
- Analyze the situation. Take some time and analyze the situation. Are there things you should have done differently? Once you are out of the situation, you will be able to look into it with an open mind and really figure out what went wrong. Also, think about ways you could prevent it from happening again, and you may be able to convince your girlfriend to stay.
- Give her space. Give her at least 48 hours to herself after the fight occurs. She will need some time to think things out –just don't give her too much time. If you don't give her any space at all, she may find you desperate, obsessive, or even annoying, and she definitely won't want to stay with you.
- Talk it out. Explain to her how you have been thinking about what you did wrong, and how you have changed. Tell her how much she means to you, and how it breaks your heart to see her hurting so badly. Speak from the heart, and don't be afraid to show emotion. If you speak with sincerity, it's possible you can convince your girlfriend to stay with you.
Remember, this may be your once and only chance to be forgiven, so put your heart into it. If you are truly sorry, she will be able to tell. If you get her back, take care to learn from your mistakes and not let it happen again. Convincing your girlfriend to stay with you may be difficult, but it can be done. Good luck!
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