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So my ex and I ended badly, with him ending it under suspicion of cheating after mere weeks of separation at uni - treated me as though I didn't exist having told me that I was his soulmate etc in the Summer before.

Now, 6 months after we broke up I posted a status about having a car accident, which I was lucky to survive and suddenly I receive a call from him. We texted for a couple of days and now he's asked me to go for coffee in the Easter break.

This strikes me as odd. Is it?
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Anonymous #1
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That's suspicion that he cheated, not me.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
So my ex and I ended badly, with him ending it under suspicion of cheating after mere weeks of separation at uni - treated me as though I didn't exist having told me that I was his soulmate etc in the Summer before.

Now, 6 months after we broke up I posted a status about having a car accident, which I was lucky to survive and suddenly I receive a call from him. We texted for a couple of days and now he's asked me to go for coffee in the Easter break.

This strikes me as odd. Is it?
It might be, it's hard to tell. It could be that he genuinely cares about you and wants to support you after being through a car accident.

Or he does care but he realised that you were very important to him after almost losing you completely. Go if you want but if you don't feel comfortable then it's okay for you to say no.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
So my ex and I ended badly, with him ending it under suspicion of cheating after mere weeks of separation at uni - treated me as though I didn't exist having told me that I was his soulmate etc in the Summer before.

Now, 6 months after we broke up I posted a status about having a car accident, which I was lucky to survive and suddenly I receive a call from him. We texted for a couple of days and now he's asked me to go for coffee in the Easter break.

This strikes me as odd. Is it?
Hm, the fact that he called you after seeing your status could be saying that he's realised he still cares about you? I mean, as long as you don't feel threatened or unsafe around him then you should go. No harm in that. If you don't feel the same connection you had before then it's okay to remain as friends or continue to not talk again.
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I say go for it. If you still feel like something is there and you don't go then you will regret it
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Did you meet up with him?


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