It was a 6 year long relationship so it was definitely meaningful. But right now (before the NC) she was saying that she doesn’t want to date anyone or anything because she just wants to find out more about herself apparently. But last night I sent her a good reminder text again and she replied with “I’ll never forget that” so today I tried to keep the conversation going by saying “Happy Festivus” along with sending a picture of us from an event for that “holiday” (a made up holiday from her favorite show Seinfeld). And she never replied. So I’m gonna take a step back and see what happens, so hopefully her and I can hang out sometime in the near future so she can see the change in me.
I appreciate you sharing your story with me. Getting back with an ex after years apart can be tricky, especially if he has a child. However, the most crucial next step is going to be HOW to reach out. The initial contact must not involve any verbiage regarding the past or the breakup, and must be non-threatening. If you need help with this process, we can tailor the next few contacts together.
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Keep it different. All the bad experiences you had in the past with him, everything that reminds you of those not-so-happy experiences – try to avoid them. Change your apartment if you can, move, have some tangible things that are different, clothes, your perfume, anything that makes him feel as if he was with a new you, a better you, that he’ll never want to let go no matter what.
In these cases, your behavior determines your success in getting your ex-girlfriend back. You simply can’t ignore your ex girlfriend every time neither you always keep your angry face and don’t talk with her.
If you find yourself wanting to get back with them just to see if you are able to, this a recipe for disaster. Do you want to see if you are still worthy of them and their attention? Do you find yourself telling your friends that you think you can still “win” their heart?
Regardless of whether she contacts you or you contact her, you have to sneak in and present her your new, confidence and changed version. You will have to use your position as a friend to build attraction.
My boyfriend broke up with me 2 months ago because of the distance and the fact that he has lost feelings for me (about this he wasn’t really certain though…). I have accomplished NC succesfully and got in touch again with him in the begining of December. We started to have small talks, videochating occasionally and we have even achieved an active snap activity. However, recently, to be more exact, when going back to school he started to be distant and cold. I know that he has a lot of work as now he is in exam period, but he always replies short and almost after 24 or 16 hours, which is not typic of him.
This ability to talk collaboratively, without criticism, blame or demands for change, is probably what accounts for the statistics that say that most couples who remain married over time become increasingly happy with their partnership.
I dated this woman 5 yr ago for a very short time *2 months) and really fell hard for her. I thought we were ‘exclusive’ but she was dating another guy simultaneously, and she ultimately broke up with me to pursue a relationship with this other guy. i cannot tell you how crushed i was. It was devastating and it took me a long time to recover, but i never even came close to the connection i thought we had. Fast forward 5 yr. and she reached out to me on social media. We talked a couple times and then went on a ‘date’. This was about 2.5 months ago and we have reignited the former passion (and yes, we are exclusive) I was amazed at myself that i could get past all of the pain, but i would be lying if i didn’t say that, while i have never been happier in any former relationship, i am scared to death that she could so easily destroy me again. When we are not together, I am sick to my stomach. I do not believe at all that there is anyone else, but i kind of feel like i am way more into her than she is me. I try to be strong, but am i fooling myself? For full transparency, we are both 50, so this isn’t our first rodeo. How do i prevent the past scars from jeopardizing this newborn love?
***Recently started dating someone I’ve known for a while. I always knew she had a thing for me and I was also attracted to her so I thought I would give it a shot. This time around, she’s the one that really likes me and I’m just going with the flow and taking it step by step (compared to my previous relationship). I’m also learning a ton from this relationship and realizing many things from my previous one with my ex. I still catch bad habits that I use to to do with my ex, but more importantly I have much more empathy for my ex. The bad thing about this relationship is, the more imtimate I get with my current girlfriend, the more I realize I’m still in love with my ex…
I hung up and was quite sad, and also angry, because of the lies i know she said… so i called her 3 days later and told her what i knew… she flipped at me but never apologized, deflected questions, hung up on me and said “dont call me again” and then texted me “so much for making peace… you crushed me and im crying…so have a nice life!”
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You have to remain calm all the time. Try your best to don’t get angry and depressed. Best way to keep anger away from you is avoid getting in arguments and disagreements. Most of the time arguments and disagreements come in conversation because of previous relationship.
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Marriage is about giving, but don’t make the mistake of giving too much. “To have a good marriage, you need to be a good you,” says Bowman. “Learn how to prioritize and put boundaries around activities that keep you healthy and whole—activities like rest, relaxation, fitness and time with friends.” In other words, remember that scheduling “me” time into your day is not selfish, it’s a necessity. It will strengthen your relationship because you’ll have a saner version of “you” to bring to the “us” equation.
Of course, getting back together with an ex isn’t easy. You broke up for a reason—even if the details are hazy right now—and there’s a chance you could both fall back into old habits that just didn’t work when you were a couple.
Hi, what about people who have mood problems or other issues? I’ve ADHD and this can affect my mood and I go through depression as well. ADHD affects my impulses. Though it seems odd, I do consider myself fairly laid back and amiable, it’s just sometimes my brain does things.
The Bible says that a wife is the weaker vessel (1 Pet 3:7), not meaning that she has less physical strength or stamina than her husband, but that she has a more emotional nature and is more inclined to view life and make decisions based on her feelings than is her husband (1 Tim 2:14). Because of this, and because women have a greater natural need for their husbands (Gen 3:16), women are also more likely to look to the marriage relationship for value and significance. When men marry, most are clueless to these differences and consequently, to the power they have to inflict emotional pain on their wives. Simply stated, it is this basic difference between men and woman that causes the misunderstandings at the root of so much marital stress.
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My boyfriend who I’ve dated for almost two years just broke up with me. He told me that he doesn’t feel the same way anymore. I could see that he tried to enjoy spending time with me but somehow it wasn’t the same. He decided to break up with me, and told me he needed to figure out some stuff out. He told me he’s been feeling depressed lately and will probably go see a therapist. He also just graduated from college, so I kind of understand what he’s going through. Is there something I can do to help make things go back to normal? And do you think he’ll come back to me?
In the past, I always thought that I cared more about living a life and going the things I love (eg traveling), but now, having felt his absence and hating it, I don’t want to travel anyway without him, you know? Since the breakup, I’ve thought a lot about my priorities and I think I want him more than anything else in the world, including my freedom.