We've been broken up for a while now, but remained friends after.
The reason she broke up with me is because she didn't love me anymore because I was being depressed and wasn't open to her about this. Instead I started pushing her away.
Anyways a months later I've figured everything out and I feel really really good about myself. I've also tried dating other girls and this was fun, but I still really like my ex and think it's worth a shot to try and start dating again.
How should I 'break the ice'. What should I say? Should I state that I'm good now and want to have a fresh start, ask her out on a date or just try kissing her and see what happens?
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I've dated someone in the past who was diagnosed with depression, he was open to me about it though and I did know that's why he was acting different so my love for him was unconditional. Although, if he hadn't told me about the depression and then acted the way he did I would probably have fallen out of love with him. So if you didn't tell her about your depression and she broke up with you because of the way you were acting I do believe you two have another shot, but if she did know about the depression and stopped loving you then I do believe you deserve better.
What I would do is be completely open with her and tell her what was going on when she broke up with you, explain to her that you have figured everything out and you do feel better about everything in general and let her know that and tell her you'd like to take her out on a date and give you two another shot :)
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