it sounds to me like she's making decisions to fast and maybe not thinking clearly. All you can do is give her time and let her work thru things. You never know her next decision may be that she realizes that she can't live without you. Depression is a hard thing to live with for both of you. It's also a hard thing to understand, both for the person who has it and the people in their life. I would just wait it out and see what happens and you have to realize that this is not your fault, I have went thru many bouts of depression over the years and sometimes we do things thinking that this will get us out of our funk and we make choices that don't make much sense but at the time they make perfectly good sense but then we think it thru and realize we have made a mistake. So give her some time and take some time your self. I think if you try to chase her it will just make her want to push you away even more. Any how this is just what I think you should doView Thread
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