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    My ex of a year broke up with me a month ago. Recently we been talking and she has called and we've even kissed. When I said she need to make up her mind about getting back together she said "I really like you and may still love you and have a good time with you but I can't trust you"

    This is because she said I don't open up about my feelings and am I am not very good at talking to people. Also I lost her trust by not being there when she need me once.

    How can I do this? How can I open up, get her trust and get her back?

    Thank you for reading, hope you can help.
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    You've just got to be completly honest with her, dont lie to her and honesty and truth is really important in realtionships- thats what they stand on, if theres a problem.

    i can understand where both of you are coming from- but you need to communicate and actually show her that you can and actually want to win her trust back.

    if you have made a mistake and done something ou shouldnt have then actually admitting where you’ve gone wrong is one of the first ways to earn someone’s trust back.
    Also One of the best ways to earn someone’s trust back is simply to wait it out, its not a surprise when the person you’ve hurt pushes you away or needs time to think, so give her time! :yep:
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