Getting Back Ex Who Has Moved On

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Getting Back Ex Who Has Moved On

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    matholimahlo
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    April 22, 2018 at 1:29 am #171349
    Getting Back Ex Who Has Moved On

    I dated a wonderful girl for 5 years and until, because, basically she thought I stopped being man enough and I had disappointed rather too often, she had become disgusted with me, lost attraction, and respect for me. A few months later, she started an affair with a married man that lasted six months, ending in December last year. She only told me about it when it was over. During her second relationship, I started to turn my life around and become, not just the man I was, but better. Even she saw the change. I reconnected with her and now she counts me as one of her closet friends and I’ve even taken her out on a few dates, yet she is determined never to get back together with me, says she can’t see us happy, and doesn’t get excited by me. I want her back, and I feel like she’s resistant from fear, she even avoids eye contact and is noticeably stiffer physically when talking to me. How do I get her comfortable and safe to take the risk of wanting to get back with me?

    mottoman
    mottoman
    Participant
    April 27, 2018 at 9:04 am #171751

    She sounds like a wack-a-doodle,,, find a sane, good one


    Pattt1000
    Participant
    April 30, 2018 at 7:57 pm #171890

    hmm idk


    usernameusername
    Participant
    May 1, 2018 at 8:03 pm #171983

    You should respect her decision. Moving on yourself and accepting this great friendship you have would be a very difficult choice, but it may be the right one. If you don’t want to accept this, all you can really do is be honest with her and be yourself. There isn’t a magic trick to make her suddenly attracted to you again. It is possible she just needs some time to make sure you have really changed.


    pakster123
    Participant
    May 21, 2018 at 8:21 pm #174833

    Move on, but let her know you’ll be there. “I will respect your decision, but if there even is a chance, you know where I will be.”