When someone tells you "Stop chasing me" and when someone’s last words are and "Don't call me again" or "Don't even text me" and "Don't irritate me" then you need to stop chasing the person whom you used to talk every single day on chat and calls. It is always good to stop chasing, when that someone have career as his highest priority or stop Chasing, when that someone makes u feel special yesterday, makes u feel so unwanted today. Or even stop chasing, when that someone have someone else in their life and stop chasing, when your name is removed from bookmark list and added to blocked list.
Finally Stop chasing when you realized the fact that break-up in love is a chance to wake-up in life it always better keep our self respect and self esteem and call off the relationship. If you have to chase some body then you’ve already lost. Even if you pursue, never ever chase, it’s a sign of desperation. I doubt any woman wants to be chased, unless your a kid and are playing tag. A grown man pursue’s and never to the point of desperation, that’s called stalking, and it’s illegal.
If she wants to talk to you then be yourself. Because trying to be something your not, is never a good idea. Sooner or later the real you shows up, and she finds out the guy she fell for? Never really existed, and it’s over before it gets started. If she constantly moves away from you or doesn’t say anything to you? Get the clue, she doesn’t want to be with you. Don’t be one of those guys who can’t take a hint, or you’ll regret it. All the girls she knows will hear how desperate you are and will want nothing to do with you either. Be smart, if she doesn’t want you?
Alternatively look for someone who does, your not going to change her mind. It almost never happens, but if you start looking for someone else? She may tell her friends your a nice guy but not for her. That way the other ladies, think your not damaged goods, and you may have a chance with them. If she still does not want to spend time with you after a week at most? Then she’s not interested and look else where, do not become a stalker or harass anyone in your life because it does not lead anywhere except for painful recourse of action.
The moment you realize you've stopped loving yourself enough. Trust me that point of realization comes. Loving someone and chasing it is all lovely for a while, but then it goes from a dreamy reality to aching bones and swollen eyes. From love and excitement in your veins to flowing cold blue blood all throughout. And then the only way you can ever be back is by letting that person go. However, if that realization never struck you it's more than love. You've probably found comfort in the idea of having to continuously convince them to love. It probably helps you make a better person of yourself. Well then, even if you don't end up with that person, the chase would be worth it. Because you’ll always end up finding a better version of yourself.