So me and my ex had a weird relationship over the past year. We meat and she had a boyfriend she cheated on him but fell for me wanted to be with me but she had a moral crises and confessed to him after months of cheating and dumped me. They stayed together for a couple of months but she missed me and broke up with him and asked me for forgiveness and wanted to do it right with me. After a couple of weeks she went crazy again and was all scared that she did the wrong thing and ran back to him and dumped me again. Anyway we had a huge fight some things were said and done that shouldn't have been and we stopped speaking and actually even knowing each other. But after three months she showed up in some places where I was at and I lost it and tried to confront her and we had a huge fight again and she told me she never wanted to see me again and she's even blocked me on fb and my number said it was her last text ever to me. For all intents and purposes we were done for good. I was keeping away from places where I used to hang out so she could because I didn't want to see her.
A couple of weeks ago I was out of town and just met a girl but for some reason sent my ex a post card. It took exactly 2 days to arrive and a few mutual acquaintances found out that I had meat someone and what happened I get a text from her saying "Thank you for the postcard :)".
Obviously I didn't reply but I'm confused why she's texting me. She's obviously not just texting me because I went against her wishes. My gut feeling says that she's trying to initiate contact again but in a very casual way because she still has feelings for me. I still have feelings for her but I want her to make it a little more clear what she wants. Or could she just be thanking me. I think she's gonna show up somewhere more and more.
What should I do? Any thoughts on what's going on?
Thanks for the help :)
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You sent her a postcard, and in response, she succinctly thanked you via text. That, in and of itself is not indicative of an attempt to reconcile with you or evidence of her feelings for you.
Nevertheless, I find it difficult to believe, after you have identified and experienced her patterns of deceit, you are willing to trust her at face value and entertain the notion of reuniting with her. Which leads me to ask, do you love dysfunction, or what?
In any case, let her be. She is not exclusive, long term relationship ready.1