Will her new realtionship last do you think?
Is that pathological?
Is no contact the best thing?
Also i will not judge you any way bad i just need answers.
Most Helpful Girl
I have been through a similar experience. My ex broke it off because he was "confused" and thought we were "incompatible." I genuinely believed him and gave him space. He emailed me a week after, saying that he was sorry, that he "had" to do it, that he was "hoping I would understand and be his friend," that he was "worried about my well being." Well, the incompatibility he mentioned when breaking up with me had a First Name and a Last Name, a woman he met a work some weeks before (and I discovered accidentally after a month from the break up... it was devastating!!). He wanted to talk, but what for? Not to get back together... rather to patch what he did and feel less guilty, I guess. I was so brokenhearted, confused and so disgusted by his betrayal. I forced myself into no contact until today, a year from then: my heart still misses him like anything else in this world, but my head still tells me to take the distance. Cheating is cheating, no matter how it is done. Emotionally or physically... it's always cheating - trust is gone, respect is gone.
I wish I could tell you it's not going to work out between them and that she will come back. I don't know. None can tell you, except time. From what I know, very limited information due to no contact to these days, my ex and that woman are still coworkers and partners. They might be together, but are they (really) happy, knowing what they did behind my back? Focus on yourself, love yourself. Someone better for you will come when you let expect it.
Most Helpful Guy
She thrower 7 years away I think it's b time to move