Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I think it’s you that may be reading too much into this one, or projecting your own experiences anyway. Positivity is fine with me, I don’t need it to be anything more (I was the one who put distance there in the first place too). And curiosity it’s just a natural part of being human, if you get that you can better connect with people. What did you mean by “even though exes that he doesn’t get you or whatever”? You mean he doesn’t hate? He knows I’m cool with friendship or whatever.
Also, I know they wanted to because they did it. But I’m going to hazard a guess and say it’s because they still care on some level. I mean it’s hard not to care for someone you once did unless it ended badly, right?
@Asker I was meaning to reply to you ealier, but after I typed out what I was going to say my phone litteraly died at the spot. I got frustrated and didn't even want to bother retyping, I'm sorry.Anyways, yes that means that they still care about you at some level. It's indeed hard to not care for someone you had a relationship with if the relationship didn't even end badly.This is the case with my ex, I wanted to wish her "Happy New Years" but I didn't, for reasons that I'm not going to state right now.Anyways, my intentions with wishing "Happy New Years" to her would've been to just share some positivity, because why not? In my opinion, if a guy (an ex) wishes you happy holidays then they're most likely just doing it to show that they haven't forgotten about you and they're just wishing you the best! ☝ This would be the case with me at leastNot to rekindle any old love or anything like that.
Ah no worries, that’s happened to me too lol. Thanks for taking the time to respond. Yeah I get it, sometimes for whatever reason it’s not right to get back together (or at that point or whatever). But it’s nice to just be amicable with someone you enjoyed spending some time with. I think it’s odd how so many people fill themselves and others with so much hate to be honest. I mean if it was serious then I get how time out from them is beneficial, but if it wasn’t that deep or troublesome then being friendly just seems like the most sensible option, especially if you’re likely to come into contact through work or friends or hobbies etc.
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