My fiance of 3 years broke up with me three weeks ago because he said we fought too much. The only reason we fought was usually because I wanted him to spend time with me and he just wanted to hang out with his friends. I didn't mind him hanging with them, but I occasionally wanted time alone with my fiance. Towards the latter part of the relationship he just became a bit distant, and our work hours were conflicting, so we didn't see each other but maybe an hour a day. It just took a toll on me, and we had very little intimacy, which made me feel undesired. I know I sound selfish, but I just wanted to feel loved by him.
Anyway, we got into a fight one morning because he stayed out partying all night until 10am, and I was upset because he didn't talk to me that mo rning and ignored my phone calls. I did yell at him because I just couldn't take it and I wanted him to just try to be more sensitive. Well, he told me he was done and he wanted to break up. Keep in mind, this guy worked about 8 months just to get me to date him and used to plead with me never to leave him, and tell me he would never leave me.
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After the break up, I did all the mistakes imaginable. I called pleading, begging, wrote him a letter or two, I did text him a lot. Now I'm trying to do the no contact thing. I'm not sure if it's salvageable which is why I'm now looking for advice on how to get back with your ex boyfriend. Even though it's already been 3 weeks that I'm just now trying to leave him alone, do you think I still have a chance of getting him back? We were supposed to be married in 7 months, so I was thinking he was just getting scared. He has told me he needs to be alone, and he doesn't know if he'll ever want to be with me again. I have been staying positive because I do love him very much, and I just want to have him back. I just want to know if there's anything I s hould do to repair the damage I've already done? Or should I just let him contact me when he's ready?