She went away to school and didn’t text you during the semester.
This is how she demonstrates that she is done with your relationship with her and has moved on.
She went away to school and found someone new.
This is what customarily happens when people go away to school and leave their partners behind.
She gets into that school life that is incredibly hectic and yet exhilarating.
She begins to meet new people that she would have never come across had she never gone off to school.
She is having new experiences at school that she has never had before.
She is meeting a varied number of people who are different from what she is used to.
Perhaps she becomes more and more influenced by how these varied groups of people approach life.
Amid all this, she is getting attention from guys.
Yes, college is an exceptionally active pool for dating.
It is here that people experiment and date a variety of people.
At her age, she is just beginning to experience what is out there.
Guys her age are also gaining more experience in the dating arena.
They are looking to practice with new people.
They are drawn to the sheer volume of prospective women around them in this college setting.
She is having a strenuous time resisting the temptation to give in to the sort of attention she is getting from these guys.
As a result, she texts less and eventually stops texting you altogether.
You are an afterthought that occurs on occasion when she happens to hear a song that reminds her of you or she wears a shirt that she remembers you gave her.
She gets rid of that shirt so that she doesn’t keep feeling guilty when she goes out with the guy she just met in her Biology class.
She has moved into the next phase of her life.
It is like nothing she has ever experienced.
It is at this stage that many relationships that existed prior to the move away to school ultimately fizzle and consequently die out.
You are not the only one who has experienced this.
Even the strongest of relationships have died in this manner.
You are not only dealing with the reality that she is having this new and amazing experience at school, she is also long distance which presents a set of new obstacles all on its own.
Long distance relationships in any circumstance are immensely difficult to maintain.
It’s hard for her when you are not there to hold her or tell her that everything is going to be alright.
Let her go.
When she gets back, expect her to be somewhat different from what you are used to.
She avoids you or feigns politeness, but she knows that her relationship with you is over.
She brings her new boyfriend or new group of college friends home with her, with the intention of dissuading you from trying to get close to her or chatting with her.
Move on and let her go.