I ask this without the usual reasons for leaving-- i. e. he didn't beat me or anything, we got along great and we barely fought. For the most part we talked through our problems, and i'm fairly confident if we were to get back together we could try to work through whatever was bugging us recently.
But how do you know if once you drift apart, if it's worth trying to rebuild the love you lost?
How do you know if that person is or isn't the one for you?
What if the future doesn't hold anyone better, and you lost a person that truly got you even if you aren't always attracted to him?
My relationship was for 2 years. If you've been dating someone for two years (half-living in their apartment for some of it) shouldn't you know if you want them to live with you/marry them in future at some point?
Disclaimer: Broke up because of distance, and lack of intimacy on my part, and trust issues on my part ( In general I have a hard time trusting anyone due to stuff in my past. I don't mean trust issues like I was a crazy jealous person; I mean that I felt I couldn't tell him personal things - like having depression- or that I stopped wanting to have sex because I didn't want to get hurt or I wasn't into it; ie have him get visibly frutrated at me because I'm not good at teaching/ telling him what to do, and not being arorused so it hurt physically too.)
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okay.. so as i understand you broke up because there were some issues you didn't like on each other... but i believe that when you are in a relationship you should fight to keep it alive and put aside the issues the other person has especially if it was a 2 year one.. so if you didn't manage to do that and chose to break up then i dont feel like its the right thing to restart again a new relationship but you could always try it out and see how it goes! i think deep inside you know if he is the one thats an answer no one can give you only you can know this.. good luck:)0
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