My ex and I had a pretty nasty break-up. We were off and on and there were a lot of problems since it was our first relationship and after the final break-up, we were both somehow really upset over it and fought for months after. Eventually I cut off all contact because he wouldn't try and resolve stuff like I wanted to and I wasn't getting over him that way. After I deleted him off all social media, I called him to explain why I had to because I wasn't getting over him this way and he got really angry and really mean. He kept asking me if I still cared but I lied and said no because at that point I was so emotionally exhausted of constantly fighting. He hung up on me. Then after a few months of no contact, he suddenly sought me out but by then I was too mad and ignored him.
I think he's dated someone in between and it's been more than a year since. I saw him in the library today and he was straight out pretending like he didn't see me and it just made me really sad because we used to get along so well. I actually do really miss him and I was thinking of just making a tentative move like snapchatting him but I'm worried that this may be a stupid idea. I don't want him to think I'm pathetic because I also tried really hard to work things out after our break-up to no avail, so I'm scared of him looking down on me for trying so often. But I also miss him and I don't want things to stay like this between us.
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I'm sure you have heard the wise old expression in life: Let sleeping dogs lie. And this is One little doggie who needs to stay in his corner and never yap again.
I call it fate that you were able to see him again after a year. It's a way to test you Now, as to what you should do, or what Could happen if you Do what you might think is what you want to do.
Being that it was such a brutal break up and no one even ended up on a friend-zone planet, continue to move on, and don't start Now by digging up old bones, sweetie. You have nearly succeeded in passing the sign "Memory Lane," and he has been ruffing around, so you have heard. In essence, you both have gone down the dog walk of tomorrow, and to drum up a mere "yelp" may end up being one leash in life you will have to bite for thence on.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE