she came in like a wind and left me like a storm. I just wanted to watch over her my entire life but I was unsure of our future and she was expecting me to be confident. we were both unsure and we were living in the dream as she used to say. I was quite aware and told her that we are not going to end up together and saying this did it. I broke her, but she was strong unlike me. she held on as I requested to live the same lie for a while and waited for the right time. but as you all know it never is a right time to break up without any fights and all. but this time as she said lets break up as she can’t live in the lie anymore, I again did not have the strength to tell her that this lie, this dream is gonna come true one day and our families will agree. but this time I was strong enough to let her go our of my weakness. she always told that I made her stronger. I will always love her and I know that she loved me too. thank you for the advice ma’am I hope I will get over her soon. I hope she would not cry for me now..
Second of all, if you truly accidentally bump into him, then here’s exactly what to do. Be upbeat, positive, and in a good mood while you’re talking to him. Let him lead the conversation and pick the subjects, and whatever you do don’t bring up relationships or your relationship with him.
Hi me and my broke up 3 days ago and we been together for 1 year and it was my fault cause I kept getting mad. He told me his going to his friends house because we both woke up early to go to boxing class. And I told him we can go to his house instead and rest. But he didn’t want to and I kept getting mad and said no your staying here and he still left and went inside and I kept knocking trying to tell him to come here when he did he said he was breaking up with me and I slapped him because I was mad. We’re still talking and we hang out still but he doesn’t want to be with again but he told me he still loves me. I’m not ready for us to be over even his mom told me not to give up. I just need help getting him back because I love him. Any advice on what I should do. Because I’m no n US. I just need help
We have had lengthly conversations and texts over the last month or so, him say that he knows he lost the best thing he ever had when I walked out, and that he is sorry so very sorry for hurting me and that he would do what ever he could do to get me back.
Well, since January would have been some time since your last contact with her, you could always drop her a casual text to ask her how her New Year has been and see how she responds from there. If she doesn’t respond positively, it might really do you justice and a big favor to walk away from this, and focus on moving on.
Hopefully, there are more good experiences in his memory of you than bad ones, and over time, left to his imagination, the good ones will trump any recent bad ones that have surfaced around the breakup. If there are more bad memories than good ones, it’s worth asking the question if you should get back together with your ex in the first place.
I had a girlfriend of 4 years that started right before we both attended college. The sex was great, relationship was awesome, we both were givers. We even made it work while she attended school 7 1/2 hours away for an entire year. I recently moved 4 hours away for a job and as soon as I did, the relationship took a turn. It was a pain to get her to come visit me, and whenever I went and visited her I always had to hang with her and her friends. No alone time. We kept getting in fights and eventually she ended it by saying she wasn’t in love with me anymore. I went nuts for a few weeks until I found your work and initiated NC. She got back in touch with me after a few weeks and I arranged a date.
Maybe you need closure. You could try contacting them if you really wanted because the answers you got may not have been satisfying. Don’t worry about it being a year. You must have really cared about them. You heal at your own pace.
There’s a reason he’s your ex-boyfriend, and your job is to erase that reason out of his memory – forever. He’s out there, dating other women with more or less success. Is he still thinking about you, does he still love you; does he also want to get back together?
– Know when it’s time to let go. You have to know when it’s time to throw in the proverbial towel. If he isn’t into it, he isn’t initiating, he isn’t starting anything back up after a certain amount of time, just forget it and really move on. You can’t force anyone to feel a certain way about you. If you are your best self and enjoying your life and he doesn’t come back, then there is nothing else you can do or could have done. At least now you’re in a solid place, and this will increase your chances of finding lasting love with the right guy for you.
I mean it. While the urge may be to hole up at home and avoid the world scheming about ways to get him back, that is the last thing you should be doing. Word spreads quickly though social circles and if you turn yourself into a hermit post-breakup, your ex will surely hear about what a recluse you have become. [otp_overlay]