Do you believe that giving a relationship that hit rock bottom a seance chance will work out successfully?
- YesVote A
- NoVote B
Most Helpful Guy
In my experience, second chances don't work.
For example: My ex girlfriend in high school cheated on me. I immediately took my belongings back from her, and went no contact. Fast forward a few weeks, and she wound up begging me for a second chance. The guy she had left me for was abusive and as she said, "He didn't care about me and never listens to me."
I gave her a second chance. The first few days were great, and then she went back to her old self. She was acting still cold and distance towards me, just like she was before I found out that she was cheating.
After two weeks of that, I was scrolling through my Instagram feed, and as it turned out, she went to our senior prom with another guy, and had spent the weekend at his family's cabin.
I called her out, and we haven't spoken since. So, as I said before, second chances don't work. Generally speaking, people break up for pretty serious reasons. And it should stay that way.
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Most Helpful Girl
Depends. Did the reasons the relationship hit rock bottom and end become resolved successfully for both parties? If so, and both have matured during the process and are committed to making it work, then it's possible it could work out the second time.3THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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