Hey guys, How would you feel/respond if your kinda recent ex told you she still had feelings for you? If you loved her at one point... would it make a difference? I mean if you guys were together for 4 years and hit some rough patches and she broke it off?
Should I tell him... or no?
What Guys Said 8
I have had many relationships now amazing, some good, most horrid. I have experienced a lot and lived a bit and know for a fact that if a relationship hits rough spots and has even one separated break in it. IT WILL NEVER WORK no matter how many times you try. Even if there is changes that occurred to convince each other of their renewed vows. Once it hits the brakes the wonderful glorious stuff at the beginning doesn't mean what it use to. and that is the foundation of the relation.
Don't do what many of us has. Lying to yourself as this time will be different. All that is doing more of the same expecting different results. That is the definition of insanity.
Trust me when you finally find that true love that you desire, then Happiness will drive that relationship smoothly down the road of destiny. And you are never too old to find it either. All you have to do is stop looking for it at it will find you, ONLY if your are done wasting your time with mind games with others that don't deserve you.1
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Well that depends on the rough patch. Its not reasuring if she broke it off with out actually trying to fix things, then again some times people make mistakes so it would be dependent on why she broke things off rather then that she did break things off.0
It depends. I think you need to be careful with that. He might think you're unstable if you break up with him and then just contact him afterwards saying you still want him. Ask him if you guys can talk somewhere and then just tell him how you feel. Everything though don't withhold anything.0
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You could try but I don't have much faith in on again off again relationships1
If I was single and my ex told me that, I might have considered getting back together (assuming I saw no other red flags), but I would've pressed her for a final decision... an ironclad guarantee that she would never jump ship on me again. And when I say "final" I mean "in force all the way to the grave". No exceptions. In short, if you want him now, you had better be prepared to marry him... and permanently erase the word "divorce" from your vocabulary. It's always a good idea to do that, but in this case it's doubly important.0
I suppose it may work if he hasn't moved on since then...0
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