My ex-boyfriend, (I broke up with him 4-5 months ago) just informed me that he is interviewing for a job at my company (and a move back to our hometown, a smallish city).
For some background, we are a medium-size company (~200 people) and the job he is applying for would be in the same office that I work in (about 30 people).
I understand taking it slow, but if he is dating another person it may not be healthy for you, he may be using the situation as a Safety Net, not time to say yet, so give it a month, if things are the same, just forget it, he is playing mind games.
If he is taking it slowly with the intention to be intimate again, to be dating another girl is not the way to go.
It is definitely possible to get your ex back and make the relationship last, but it doesn’t just happen because you want it to. But usually the rule is: if it didn’t work, it won’t work… To increase your chances for success, you need to arm yourself with the right information.
There are important things to consider and a bit of work to be done. So let’s break it all down: What will it take to get your ex back, and how can you make it last forever this time around? Do you really want him, or do you miss being in a relationship?
A degree so I invited family and my closest friends. He is silent because he thinks you will be angry with him, or say something he won't want to hear. If you have found this helpful, please give me the green thumbs up to the left of this screen. But I believe that he was on the phone with his girlfriend while I was talking to him and wen I left....i heard someone whispering or something so I turned around to c if that person wanted me but it was my ex boyfriend brother, he was just trying to talk to someone else, but I looked and saw my ex beside him..my ex was just staring at me..was just looking while he was on the phone and he said something but I don't know what he said or if he was talking to me, but I'm definitely for sure that he was staring at me...
I love him to death and want this to work if there is any way possible- but also understand that I can't seem needy and push him past his level of comfort. The worse thing you can do is appear to want it more than him, if you show anxiety you could lose him for good.Well, maybe not disaster, but definitely another round of heartbreak, often much greater than the first.The reason is because people usually get back together for the wrong reasons and without addressing the real underlying issues, so it’s not so surprising that history repeats itself.I’ve seen ex-back scenarios unfold in a variety of ways—some that end in utter, massive heartbreak, others that end with a trip down the aisle.I’ve even seen couples get remarried after many years being divorced who are now happier than ever! This is a pretty fun topic for me personally because I’m married to my high school ex-boyfriend, and my college ex-boyfriend is my business partner, so I guess you could say I’m a real ex-back success story!He contacts me less, but still a lot, and does not respect the boundaries I have tried to create.