My girlfriend of two years and I just broke up. We were on a break for about three months (for study abroad) and basically we both did a bunch of stuff during it with other people. Anyway, she wasn't too happy that I hooked up with other girls, and especially the number and how far I got with them. She said it showed I didn't care about her. Anyway, we tried to get back together after it, but it was too different for her, and she said that she needed to be single to get her life in order...
The last two days have been weird though, as we have still been kinda close, but not hooking up or anything. I told her today though that it is unfair and that we need to just be friends and not be like this. She agreed.
My problem is that I don't know how to act with her now. I would still like to have a chance of a relationship with her, but I know that one shouldn't really push for it or be too much like her friend. The thing is we are in the same friend group, and she often asks me for advice on things, so how do I act like a friend, but not be a wuss about it and actually make her realize that she is going to lose what we had? Does that make sense?
To be honest, I had been a bit of a wuss with her near the end of our relationship, apologizing for what happened during study abroad, and just always trying to make sure she wasn't upset. Is it possible to set that straight and get back in charge of the situation?
Thanks a bunch!