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    Hello everyone

    Now, my ex got back in touch after around 10months break up. I never thought much of it and was polite but that was about it. He is still contacting me and asking to meet up etc 3 months on from that, usually daily conversation and has told me he misses me and things would be different etc..

    I really do not know what to do. We had some great times but the breakup made me paranoid and very not trusting of him which is not a great foundation to build any sort of friendship/relationship on. However, I appreciate he has been eager and continuous for quite some time now.

    Please help!
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    You'll get people saying, hes an ex for a reason don't go back and you'll get others saying give him a chance.

    Here's honestly the best advice anyone can give you:

    Do what makes you happy. We spend far far too long wondering, thinking, pondering, probing, umming and aring for nothing. We have one shot at this life stuff and it's essential you spend the vast majority of it happy. If you think he will make you happy and you can look past the past, go for it. If you think he can't make you happy, don't.


    Make decisions that will make yourself happier and not decisions completely based on rationalising that decision. Happiness is the key.
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    It turns out that the grass wasn't greener, or didn't stay so.
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    (Original post by Jakeh)
    You'll get people saying, hes an ex for a reason don't go back and you'll get others saying give him a chance.

    Here's honestly the best advice anyone can give you:

    Do what makes you happy. We spend far far too long wondering, thinking, pondering, probing, umming and aring for nothing. We have one shot at this life stuff and it's essential you spend the vast majority of it happy. If you think he will make you happy and you can look past the past, go for it. If you think he can't make you happy, don't.


    Make decisions that will make yourself happier and not decisions completely based on rationalising that decision. Happiness is the key.
    Aaw That's so nice
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    (Original post by Jakeh)
    You'll get people saying, hes an ex for a reason don't go back and you'll get others saying give him a chance.

    Here's honestly the best advice anyone can give you:

    Do what makes you happy. We spend far far too long wondering, thinking, pondering, probing, umming and aring for nothing. We have one shot at this life stuff and it's essential you spend the vast majority of it happy. If you think he will make you happy and you can look past the past, go for it. If you think he can't make you happy, don't.


    Make decisions that will make yourself happier and not decisions completely based on rationalising that decision. Happiness is the key.
    That is brilliant advice! You have made me look at this in a different way. Thank you
 
 
 
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