How do you find closure when there is none?
My tumultuous love affair of 6+ months seems to be coming to an end. She is unwilling to see me or even talk, our only contact at this point is limited text messaging. I have an understanding of where she's at, she's very depressed and feels unable to contribute to our relationship or improve her own life. She refuses to define what I am to her or what she wants from me. There's many complicated factors preventing us from moving forward in a traditional manner. I'm so madly in love with her, I'm trying to be a gentleman and a true friend to her. I try to give her the space she needs, but I want more from a relationship. I try to be unselfish and remain supportive, but my level of disappointment is growing and patience dwindles. We've overcome these breaks in contact before, but this time feels different.
My question is this: Should I hold out hope until it obviously no longer exists, or should I be the one to say definitively that it's over so we can both move forward in our lives?