- yes he might change back but he won't come back to you
- he won't change
- he might change back and will come back to you
- he probably was always like this but he hid it from you, people don't just change that much
Most Helpful Guy
I changed. Went from quiet compassionate funny straight edge kid to borderline alcoholic pothead but still compassionate and funny. From there I got super philosophical. Like most people say most people don't change that much but they do change and often change in unexpected ways. My general disposition to nonconformist thinking had been there since I was little but didn't really get to grow until I left home. So I know personally I haven't changed much but everyone else thinks I have. My parents think that since I've changed religions I'm not as compassionate yet choose to ignore the fact that I'm actually a lot more compassionate than I used to be. And I say that to say that often times we don't actually judge character accurately. We often zoom in on a few features and fill in the blanks with our own beliefs rather than their actual character. For example some people who think poorly about those that drink often believe that those who drink have a multitude of bad habits. We're as those who do drink know that a wide variety of people drink. There are sad drunks, silly drunks, drunks who walk around telling everyone how much they love them, and drunks that just sit there in silence. Some people drink because they're bored others to run from their problems. No matter how you look at it my advice boils down to judge him for who he actually is and not just a few traits.
Most Helpful Girl
Did you ask him why he changed before you two broke up? Why did you two break up anyway?
Anyhow. Don't hold your breath, waiting for him to change. What you should you is improve on yourself, and maybe try to find a man who will give you this treatment that you're looking for.