Me and my ex split up a few months ago, his decision. He said he didn't want to be tied down right now. We were together a fair while. He said I'm amazing and will always care for me, in a sense.
We went no contact for 3 months now. Until a couple of days ago when he been non stop texting me. I met up with him yesterday as we were at the same place and he asked me to up with him for a drink which I did. We spoke for a while. His messages as of late have been asking me why I removed him on social media and asking me to please don't hate him, which I no longer do. We've been talking regularly as normal now but I'm extremely confused on how or if I should do this. I still care about him, a lot. He hurt me and he knows it but why would he contact me non stop again? I need to know if telling him I still care would be wrong. Had anybody been in this situation before or could advise he is doing this to rekindle our relationship? ALL opinions mean so much to me. Thank you.
Most Helpful Guy
Sounds like he does still like you. But seems like he misses the attention and whatever fling he had failed, so he is falling back on you because you are his safety net. Unless he comes out and says he wants to date you, amd that he is ready for a commitment then i would treat him as any other dude. Dont always respond to his messages, if you do stop after like 3 or 4. Dont always hangout when he wants. That'll wake his butt up and be will realize that you have a lot more going on than him. He is just using social media as an excuse to talk to you. Make him an option an you will see how he changed his game.1
Most Helpful Girl
I can see why you'd be confused. He hurt you and now he's coming back out of nowhere. The best thing you can do is to ask him straight up what his deal is and what he's doing. You have every right under the sun to know where you stand after he hurt you and left you. Do not make yourself open to letting your heart get broken again. Protect yourself. If he cares about you, he'll be honest with you. Put him in a corner and tell him to be real about his intentions.2