Dear Dr. Love,One week ago my girlfriend of two years abruptly ended our relationship. I didn’t see it coming at all. Everything was going excellent in our relationship, as it had been for the past two years. Her reason for ending our relationship was that she didn’t feel the same way about me anymore. She said that it wasn’t me, but her and that she still wanted to be really close friends. Furthermore, she said she may feel differently a month from now, or maybe 3 months, and that we may go out again.I am madly, insanely in love with her. Everything about her makes me fall deeper in love with her. I dream about her every night and of the 16 hours a day I am awake, I think about her 15 and a half of those hours. She is constantly on my mind and I really, really, really want her back. She attends the same university as me and I she her almost everyday of the week. We still talk and things aren’t that akward, but I want her back. Sometimes I feel that she wants me back and other times she doesn’t pay much attention to me.For example, last friday and saturday night she was hugging me and paying a lot of attention to me. And on saturday night I bought her dinner and when I dropped her off at home, later that night, she gave me a passionate hug in which she squeezed me and I squeezed her (for about 20 seconds). It was not just a friendly hug. This happended twice that night! She says she still cares for me and loves me as a friend.Dr. Love, this ordeal is tearing me apart and I don’t know what to do. I’m trying to give her space and not calling her on the phone as much and it seems to help (One night she even called me out of the blue). Nevertheless, I really need her back because I feel empty and incomplete without her. I am planning on asking her out again in a month (depending on how things go). I truly am madly in love with this special woman.Please Dr. Love help me by giving me your advice on what to do and how to get her back because I’ve decided I can’t live without her.Sincerely, Madly In Love