I was really into this guy, and the day I actually made some moves, he went back to his ex. I mean we're young and I know they dated for about a year, but I heard she was bit of a loony. What drove him to go back? Besides the connection they must of had, though he even said they had grown apart. I mean, don't people break up for a reason? What's the psychology behind this?
i think that he was never over her and vice versa and even if they did break up he just tried to get her out of his mind but couldnt, I had a friend in high school who probably still is with this girl he was his whole high school time, but they broke up more than 7 times sometimes it was him sometimes it was her its a messed up relationship but from their personalities no one else in that school would be better for either of them other than each other. its not just exes that happens with, I liked this girl and asked her out but she turned me down, I felt really bad but I thought I got over it, then prom came and my friends told me I should try asking her out again and I went for it again lol
Oh yes...that is what I and my friends like to call the get backer...usually guys that go back to their ex's are because their either afraid or they rather get back to something they know and might be sure and keep an open room for them to come back again...who knows maybe he doesm iss her...or maybe she's that person that won't say no to him,usually if you or most dump someone is for a reason and to keep it that way. But no one really knows, is a familiar feeling, that they feel they got to get back to...oh well...connection or no connection, usually those are the masochist and usually are the ones that are the turn on and off relationship kinda guys...so yeah...it happens
maybe he was trying not to want her back and you were a rebound that he was using to get over her and when things got intimate he realized that his plan to get under you to get over her wasn't gonna work and it felt almost like he was cheating to be with you which sent him running back to her? that's how it sounds anyway...