Sneaky Signs Your Ex Still Loves You (Even If They Say They Don’t)
Kevin May 20th, at I had depression for many years and whilst my partner was so supportive I was too wrapped up in my own issued to realise he too had depression and constantly repressed his feelings allowing them to fester. Are you still in love with your ex?
He Makes Excuses To Call Or Text You
Any time you end a relationship with someone, you may still find yourself emotionally tied to them. No contact has really improved my life and I'm extremely happy right now. Anyway, a week after this girl left after visiting her she still wanted to meet up with me. Now you are helping others, just by visiting wikiHow. No one can say for sure. However, we still meet up occasionally and everything seems great when we are together.
Hi I was with my ex for 13 years we have got kids n married I thought everything was going fine then she comes out with I don't love you anymore we are over you do no that it hurt me a lot but I'm trying to sort my life out but she wants me to have kids all the time she phones me to ask me can I do this can I do that she don't realy talk to me only when she needs something or if I can do a favour does she still love me she says loads off bad stuff to me but not sure if it's angry n hurt.
Perhaps first draw the line now that the relationship is over regarding the children, before trying to win her back separately. Try not to get the two mixed up or things would get potentially very messy. Like I said, somehow we still manage to keep in touch lol. Another, she is always the first person to watch my Snapchat story. Everytime I post of guy or girls, she always asked am I dating one of them. Next, she always asked me am I bisexual, lesbian or straight What should I do?
Or just move on my life??? This is entirely up to you. She seems to have some sort of feelings towards you but isn't certain herself, perhaps due to the bad memories from being together. If you really want her back, it's up to you on how you convince her to be honest about her feelings, and show her you've changed since the last time without coming across as too pushy. Her asking you to move on would be indication that she probably thinks it's easier that way, so attempting to win her back won't be a simple feat.
However it can be done if your bond with her is meaningful enough. In the mean time, do give her some space first since she's upset, and wait a couple of days before contacting her again. My wife left me almost 6 weeks ago after 12 years together.
She walked right into a relationship with a guy she just met, moved in at his place. We're not even divorced yet and she's already referring to him as her fiance The dude has messed up meth teeth and is ugly, nothing like me After about a month I've been doing no contact and this passed week she's reached out a bunch but i keep the contact minimal and only if it involves our 9 year old daughter.
I get big long texts, likely helped by the new guy, full of bullshit about how i make her feel unsafe and i threaten her never have ,and shit she's going to use against me in court when the divorce happens, but then she acts all nice when we meet to get my daughter or i get some other nice texts. Regardless of the craziness i want her back.
She did a similar thing 10 years ago in the early years of our relationship. I wasn't giving her attention and she bailed into the arms of another dude but came back 3 months later.
Am i working with a rebound scenario? Do i still have a chance? It definitely sounds like it, since there's extreme differences between you two. Most often under these circumstances, partners get bored after a period of the routine lifestyle and when they meet someone who comes across as exciting or mysterious even if it's completely unsuitable , they might find an attraction towards that person, and even dive head first into things.
Continue with your no contact, and don't react to the messages since it might affect your image if things really end up going to court. If you do want her back, you just have to show her that she's making the wrong choice, and that you were a much better option this whole time.
Never come across as needy or desperate, continue improving yourself as a person, and don't forget to show off these changes when you get the opportunity to make her question her decision. However, there are deeper issues that need to be worked on if you ever do win her back, because this could very well happen again and you have to figure out what causes her to feel this way.
About 2 weeks ago my boyfriend of 4 years broke up with me. His exact worlds where "I'm not happy anymore" and "I don't feel the same about you" As you can conclude I was caught off guard and it broke my heart. We had been arguing a lot more than usual and I no longer lived close to him due to going away to school. But the distance was only and hour. I see now that I had made him feel trapped due to my insecurities of loosing him and being away.
I begged for him back, I cried a lot , I repeatedly asked for a second try and while he gave it to me he didn't try. The hard part for me is that even though I'm heart broken I love this guy. I've let our past relationship go because it wasn't healthy and it wasn't right for us but now I'm reaching the hardest part in trying to let him go. After the break up he wanted to continue texting and talking and being friends.. He always picked up my calls.
When I tried to tell him to remember the feelings he had for me he would get mad and say he had to leave. Knowing him for a long time I know he is choosing to forget me and any feelings he has for me. I don't know why? But now I'm choosing to 30 day NC and hoping this might help both of us put things into prospective. I really don't want to let this man go.. After this 30 day period might there be a chance to start a new beautiful relationship? He may not have the same feelings about you, but still has instinctive lifestyle habits built up over the last 4 years as a couple which he can't let go of yet.
That's why he's still responding so much, because he's used to it and I believe even he would feel the gap once you apply NC, and may even begin to think more about you. The NC period, and the chances of getting back together with your ex is highly dependent on how meaningful the relationship was, and how your ex takes the realization that he's potentially 'lost' you.
I have kids from a divorce and am forced to have contact with my spouse. How can the no-contact rule apply to me when I need to have contact with him because of the kids?
NC does not mean absolutely no contact. Under these circumstances, it's still fine to remain in contact with your ex, but keep exchange of messages strictly between the topic at hand and do not engage in small talk other than what is necessary. I broke up with my boyfriend of 4 years, almost 9 months ago.
I initially just wanted a break. When I confronted him he lied of course! So within the first 6 months I did a lot of chasing. This is when I started the no contact rule the first time. I changed or deleted everything he could contact or even look at my pictures on.
After 1 month of no contact I opened a brand new Facebook page. Within 4 weeks of having it he msg me out the blue asking how I am. We hook up on Xmas eve and have sex. I start the no contact rule again on Jan 8. On Jan 23 he emails my new email idk how he got it asking some random question.
I leave before the party ends. Yesterday Feb 23 this man shows up at my house. I feel so confused. I let him come back over - idky! I asked about his life. He answered every question I asked even about the new girl.
He also had tried to reach me through a mutual friend 5 days previous but she never gave me the msg. We chill for about 2 hours and yes - we end up having sex. Afterwards I initiate sex with him and I dont make a fuss when hes ready to leave. It really depends on how he feels towards you at the moment.
It seems like he has feelings for you still but is perhaps cautious for whatever reasons after the last break up. He is also dating someone else which he says isn't serious , so there is a high likelihood things don't work out with them. If you feel that by seeing him, negative feelings would come back and you would get affected again, then perhaps NC seems like the appropriate path to follow, but if you think you're capable of handling things without becoming too emotional, and even being his friend again first , then take it a step at a time to see where it goes.
So my ex and i dated for about 9 months.. We went on backpacking trips, vacations, both of our families really liked us together. Our relationship was also both of our longest relationship by far. Her previous was around 3 months mine was 6. The last month or so of our relationship i could feel us drifting apart and had a few talks about it until we finally broke up, it was pretty mutual, we both needed space at that point.
I went no contact for a month and finally reached out to her and got a positive response, from that point we talked casually, about what weve been up to, hikes weve been on, and just joked around. We spoke on the phone the other day and i made her laugh and we told stories and i could tell in her voice she was happy.
Perhaps try giving her a little more space again. There's a real possibility that she enjoyed the talk with you, and decided to go onto Instagram for memory sake but ended up getting reminded of the past - resulting in her attitude towards you as well as the deleted pictures.
We had texted for hours the day before and had a really positive phone call so i was under the impression things were going well My boyfriend of 10 months broke up with me on January We saw each other a couple of times and maintained communication.
The reason was he was unhappy, had lost interest and that he had changed too many things about himself to be with me. The times we saw each other he seemed really sad, and I apologized for everything I might have done to hurt him, and the understanding I had about everything that went on. The first time he seemed hurt that I had gotten out to the movies, bought myself a musical instrument and was making friends. Last time we saw each other February 14 he said that he had this fantasy about us because of shared interests, but he was afraid of trusting again.
He also asked why I didn't took better care of how vulnerable and trusting he had been. That night I started No Contact, though he has always seen what Ive posted on Snapchat I changed the privacy settings on every social media platform after that.
A friend told me he saw his profile on a dating app, listing that he was available for anything except a relationship. Last night February 17 he sent me something through Instagram, which I ignored. Based on what he has said, I know he is hurting a lot, though he keeps really busy, but I also believe that we still have a chance, based on what he said about being afraid of trusting. Any takes, comments, advice on this? It would depend on whether his trust issues are directed at you in particular or just in general.
Work towards understanding the root of his problem. If he is afraid of trusting again, perhaps once NC is completed, you should figure out how best to help him.
So my boyfriend of 10 months broke up with me on January He picked me up from work and had all my things already in his car, ready to take me home. The reasons he said was that he was being complacent with himself, he had lost interest and was feeling fulfilled and happy. I asked to turn off the car and tried talking to him but he had put many walls. We saw each other a couple of days after to talk about what had happened, nothing had changed, though I could see he was a bit of a mess, he said he had changed many things about himself throughout our relationship he is more of a free spirit , and I told him that the breakup was unnecessary and that we couldve talked over all those things and made any adjustment needed.
He confessed he had though about another guy, whom he was seeing right before going out with me. He was interested in him then, but forgot about him once I came into the picture.
He had already seen him, though just to talk. He still said that we were broken up. Last 2 weeks we've kept texting, sending each other songs, and different things via Facebook and Instagram. Last Saturday we went out, and though I wanted to keep everything casual and not talk about the breakup or the relationship, he did.
I apologized for everything I might have done wrong. After, we went to the playground we went on our first date, and tried to have a bit of fun. We talked again, and I told him the same as before, he said the only thing he could offer was a friendship.
At the end we slept together, and then he took me home. He seemed collected and ok with what had happened. We kept texting and such, and made plane to see each other again, multiples times during the week. We saw each other for lunch, and he talked about how I made him feel like im not interested in all the things that he talks about or wants to say. To all this I apologized, once again. Last day we saw each other was on Valentines. He was really uncomfortable, and asked to cut it short. He said that it was some sort of chance what we were doing.
We kissed, and said that he didnt feel nothing, but he didnt wanted to say what he felt or any other things he was thinking of after that. He said that we have some good pros, and that we werent that good in other things, and that he felt like he could be himself around me.
He asked for space and time right before we parted. That night I texted him that I had gotten home so he wouldnt worry and immediately started the no contact rule. I believe he still sees something with us, but is really confused and afraid. He knows that Im the kind of partner that gives it his all in a relationship. So Im just waiting for him to heal, and forget all those bad feelings, before starting again.
Im incredibly afraid of all this, he hasnt tried to contact I dont believe he will , and has posted things of how he is a different person now, and how relationships shouldnt be forced. Under these circumstances, if he feels strongly enough for you, he would eventually come back after having some time to think about things and realize he still feels strongly for you.
It's true how relationships shouldn't be forced, but if someone is worth it, we often wouldn't mind changing for the other person because we want to see that person happy.
I had this on and off thing with this girl for a year, she confessed her feelings in the January and not realising how I also felt, I didn't give her the response she wanted.
In fact I thought she was too young for me. Then what happened was she started dating this other girl, after realising she had drifted further away from me, I then realised I indeed had feelings for her, in fact I was in love with her.
She thought I was only chasing her because she was in a relationship and gave me a very hard time about it. After 3 months she broke up with the girl. I stood by her throughout the failed relationship. At this point I was hurt and going through things and then wasn't ready to be with her, she then told me that I knew where I stood with her. We met up a few times after, just as friends, casually. Eventually I got through my troubles and I was ready to reconcile, probably 2 months down the line and start things up again, I thought we were on good terms, I thought she was waiting, as it turned out she started seeing someone long distance, she told me the girl visiting was just a friend, I later found out it wasn't just a friend and they had been chatting since they were 14 and 12 respectively, she's Anyway, a week after this girl left after visiting her she still wanted to meet up with me.
We slept together twice and then she went cold and told me she was going up to visit this girl for this girls sisters wedding on the 17th Jan - 24th Jan She went for just over 7 days. I adopted the no contact rule for at least 2 weeks after she left and when she returned, I was hurt and I was down.
I broke the no contact rule last week Thursday and she said she really missed me and thought I would never speak to her, she apologised for all she had done and said she appreciated that I was speaking to her again, she also mentioned one of her friends had seen me out and wanted her to come through because I was there.
She was still seeing this girl in the other city. We started texting sexually and spoke of the future and traveling together, we both said the sex was good and she said it was good because there were lots of feelings involved, a few days later she went cold. She told me she had spoken to an ex and realised that she had commitment issues and was really into this girl she was having a long distance relationship with.
She then also told me her parents would never accept our relationship as she is white and I am mixed race. Which granted comes with a multitude of challenges but this never bothered her in the beginning. The girl she is seeing is white, but she won't introduce her to her parents either. She tells me she wants us to remain friends and develop a relationship like she has with her best friend. Why would she want to remain friends with me?
Do you think she's confused by what she feels for me? Why would she engage in that sort of conversation and then go cold towards me. She sent me a voicenote saying "I've been feeling weird lately and I don't want you to feel weird, I don't know how to explain it, trying to find the right words".
Then she send me this long voicenote saying that we wouldn't work and she wanted to be friends and she felt bad about all she said because the girl she was seeing sent her Valentines gifts. I also sent her flowers, which in hindsight was a mistake, knowing where I stood with her, although the conversations we had really confused me. When I got upset she then said that she thinks she just wants to be single and not date anyone, but she continued to keep things going with this girl.
She may have certain feelings towards you, but is confused because she likes more than one person at the moment and seems to have stronger feelings of passion towards the other girl. Under these circumstances, it might be easier to walk away, because she might end up lying to you more or hurting you in an ironic attempt not to hurt you by keeping painful truths from you. Here's how the breakup happened 2 weeks ago: We both went together at some kind of restaurant with a friend of hers, I didn't really want to go out but made an effort to do it, and I showed pretty quickly that I felt out of place there.
A few minutes later I sent a message saying that I had a rough week, i felt out of place in this world blablabla and then, she sent me a tons of walls of text to point out that I never make some effort, that she's some kinda stopping me from achieving my goals before I met her, i was about to go and live in Japan for a year, but postponed it , that I really act like someone who hates everyone etc.
Well anyway, fast forward to the wednesday after she had blocked me for 2 days before , I tell her on facebook that I miss her, and would get back to square one with her, start anew. So I said "we can't just burn bridges like this after all the good times we had.
At least, we could be friends", she replied "I don't know,I'm just trying to listen to my head instead of my heart, it's going to hurt just once. Please take care of you". So I said "I hope you'll find happiness" she replied "you too". Now another fast forward to friday, we agreed to meet up at a sushi restaurant, we spoke like nothing ever happened, but she seemed a bit cold and distant during diner.
After diner, she drove me home, I tell her "I missed being in your company", she replied "that's cute". Then the day after, I asked her out for the afternoon, and she kinda freaked, asking me "what do you want from me? It makes me ill at ease" then I reconfirmed that I just wanted to be friends "I'll think about it The sunday came, and I asked her about her new appartment, she said she has no internet so I told her "if you want, I can come and check it". She agreed, so she came and picked me up, she was a bit distant again, but we talked a lot.
When on the way back home, I went to the petrol station for cigarettes, she came along and wanted some eggs. She told me what she was going to cook for diner and I jokingly said "uuuuh,I'm hungry now!! I don't know if it'll be tasty". We had diner, I enjoyed it, we laughed and she drove me back home, kisses on the cheeks, "take care" etc. Now, fast forward to this week: Then thursday, she was looking for some wood stuff to decorate her appartment, I told her "I know a place, wanna go there together after work?
So we went there, found nothing and then on the way back I asked "Would you fancy sushis or maybe a Kebab? Anyway,Saturday yesterday I went to her work,because she offered me to fix something she fixes stuff and sells stuff , so I went there, by foot 50mins and it was a hot day.
She seemed a bit distant at first when I entered the shop, then she became a bit cooler. But I know that these days she's super stressed for something, she didn't tell me what but I told her "don't worry, everything's gonna be fine" and she smiled and said "ha thank you for your positivism". Anyway, she drove me back home, kisses on the cheeks again,my hand wassuper close to her arm though.
Before leaving the car I told her "if you don't any plan this afternoon or tonight, let me know if you want to meet" She said "yeah, i have a lot of things to do so I don't know. I appeared super needy after the break up, trying to understand her and what she really wants and means by "I don't want to hurt you more than I did". During the break up converstation I said that she kinda hurt me once so I don't know. The fact that she's remained so open with you, and treated you with so much positivity despite the break up is an extremely good start.
I suggest not overstepping your boundaries and making her feel suffocated, as it may begin to push her away. The statement she made on not wanting to hurt you showed potential guilt and confusion, and her constant distance at the start is probably due to her internal struggles whenever she isn't with you.
However, as ironic as it may sound, sometimes we need to go through that internal battle to come up with a firm resolve towards the situation whether positive or negative. If not, these feelings of guilt and wanting to walk away may always surface whenever she feels threatened or upset. My ex and I started off pretty well until he would always drive recklessly with no consideration that I was in the car with him, we got pulled over a few times almost went to jail , and caused me to go to jail, and then we ended up staying together due to my blindess.
He would bare text me and give me a lot of excuses on why he would barely text, he would say at work ,well he worked two jobs, but that's the side point. He needed a ride home I wasn't able to loan him a ride home, he wanted to do a stupid thing steal a charger from Walmart I thought it was a bad idea. Yes, but only in our heads and only as memories. Liked what you just read? But what about you, are you still in love with your ex? How does it affect you? Your email address will not be published.
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In any of these situations, it may be useful for you to try and decipher whether or not your ex has moved on and fallen in love with someone else. Fortunately, there are many telltale signs.
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Be sure to spread out each of your phone calls by at least a day, if not more. Acknowledge their failure to answer text messages. If you text your ex and they fail to write back or wait more than a day to do so , this can mean they love somebody else.
They might be out with that person or even sleeping over when they receive your text, and that is why they do not respond. Once again, be sure to spread you text messages out, as not to overwhelm your ex in the process. Check if they fail to initiate conversations. This can show that they still want to be polite, however, they seem to have no innate desire to speak to you. Notice whether or not the step up to get in touch with you instead.
If they keep their profiles public, you may need to directly check to see if you are listed among their friends. Make sure they haven't changed their phone number. A far more dramatic action for your ex to take and a much more dramatic sign is to change their telephone number. If you attempt to contact your ex and realize that they have changed their number without notifying you, there is a good chance they have fallen in love with someone else. If there is some kind of good explanation for the phone number change, a mutual friend may be able to clue you in.
Iamges: still in love with my ex but dating someone else
Their heart is still in love with you but they are trying to convince themselves that they should stay broken up. Based on what he has said, I know he is hurting a lot, though he keeps really busy, but I also believe that we still have a chance, based on what he said about being afraid of trusting. So I didnt pick his call and he sent a text saying he just wanna check up on me but I ignored d text.
We spoke yesterday and he said hes too scared to talk to me..
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