it happens all the time in movies/tv (yes I understand TV and movies are fake) I was just wondering if it ever happens in real life. My ex and I dated for a year, then haven't dated for about a year, and I think I still have feelings for him. We've really reconnected lately and I feel closer to him now than I ever did when we were dating. I kind of want to say something but am trying to find the guts to do it haha
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It can happen yes. I was dating my now fiance when I was 18, he was 22. We dated for eight months, he was my first boyfriend, my first kiss, my first date and first sexual partner. We were deeply in love but for reasons I won't bore you with haha, we broke up. It was the worst time of my life! I've never felt pain like it at all, I was a complete mess. We were apart for a year with no contact at all. We'd said some awful things to each other as we were both very immature.
Three months after we broke up I started seeing someone else, I didn't realize at the time but oh my god he was a d***! We dated for nine months and we broke up. The whole relationship I couldn't stop thinking about my ex even though it'd been almost 2 years. I plucked up the corage without telling any of my family and friends and I added him again on Facebook. He accepted my friend request straight away and we started talking, he gave me his number after a few days and I text him mine. His first text was 'do you ever wonder what happened between us... I never stopped loving you'. I was so happy he still felt the same! We got back together and I was so scared to tell my family and friends as we had such a bad break up. Some of them were so happy as they knew how much I loved him, others were angry he'd hurt me again. But pretty much all of them apart from my mum said I was stupid, it wouldn't work and he'd break my heart. I KNEW deep down it'd work and I was right :)
We've been back together almost two years, we live together, we're engaged and now were trying for a baby. And we couldn't be happier. I'm so glad I didn't listen to anyone and although I was so scared of rejection, I went for it anyway. You don't want to spend your whole life wondering 'what if?'. Good luck!2