My ex and I broke up two months ago and he rebounded right away to avoid dealing with it. I got a call from him saying he misses me, that he feels stupid for just ending things and really stupid for getting with another girl so fast. We talked for like 2 hours and I felt we still had a lot of chemistry, but he said that he needs to figure things out and he's sorry he contacted me while he had a girlfriend while he's still confused (I got mad at him for it, told him I don't like having my head messed with)
But the thing is I love him and can forgive him, and hope that he'll choose to come back. So which do you think is the truth: Absence makes the the heart grow fonder, or Out of sight out of mind?
I don't want to be out of mind, but I do want to give him space he needs.
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Absence made me realize how much better off I am after this relationship. Dumped in a text after being told she wants "forever", ignored me and gave me no closure and then moved on quickly. I wanted her forever and I always felt that fate brought us together and I was wrong. She was the most beautiful girl I had ever seen and there is nothing I wouldn't have done for her and I was the best possible boyfriend I could be to her. Men need companionship so that is probably what the rebound and new girlfriend is. Men don't just fall out of love either, it seems women move on much faster.0