Basically ex broke no contact, seems interested in reconciling things, said she missed me [albeit "miss fighting with you"], lots of emoji's, future talk and things that would imply we'll be together in coming months, etc. We've spent a lot of time together, none yet in person. But have plans for this week.
Basically its moving slower than I would have thought, but this is the first time I've ever had an Ex act still interested[granted she was the aggressor in what lead to the end of the relationship], usually as was this case I get broken up with, heated words exchanged and gone for good.
My question is how do you have that talk :/ I kind of hinted at well if we aren't together or working towards it I don't wanna be talking, and it was met with "thats why I'm talking to you"
I think its heading that way, but I'm just not sure how to approach it without seeming forceful or overly aggressive, but that its a smooth transition back into it being 100% without a doubt exclusive.
Thanks for any help :) appreciate it
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I'm really not all for the re kindling old romances and all my break up advice usually suggests to stay clear but as the past doesn't sound as the bridge was burnt as bad as it could of done then why not.
Please keep in mind though - things did not work the first time between the two of you for a reason
I think your both spending a lot of time using the advantages of the gadgets and social media we have today like me and everyone else we loose track of time and take the long root around actually being physically in-front of one another.
My best advice for your current situation is forget what she's thinking
Think about what you want!
Do you want her? Do you want a relationship right now? was your relationship good the first time round? are you both going to make it work this time on your part?
Once you have answered all these questions for yourself then meet her asap and go into the situation knowing full well what you want and need.
Its up to her weather she's as prepared as you
and if she's not...
do you really want to be with an ex who dumped you who hasn't thought things through?
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