Am I making another mistake reconciling with ex and end up hurt again?

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Am I making another mistake reconciling with ex and end up hurt again?

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    radburn12345
    radburn12345
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    June 20, 2018 at 12:17 pm #177570
    Am I making another mistake reconciling with ex and end up hurt again?

    Broke up with my ex-boyfriend about 10 weeks ago; managed to block his number and email. Truth is that I really missed his touch his love and our fabulous sex life. I signed up for some online dating and out of the blue I got a response from him on the site. I tried to ignore it but one thing led to another and after several days I agreed to meet him to bring some closure to our relationship I broke up with him after I learned he was lying about his finances again.He told me in that he has changed fully because of me (he pays all of his bills on time and does not overspend) so I met him to bring closure finally since we have broke up and reconciled a few times over the same issue. He wants to reconcile again (this is the 3rd time) b/c he says he is all “fixed” financially thanks to me (pays his bills on time, etc.). Can I trust he has really changed and what about he has no savings at 66 and I have worked and save

    dashingscorpio
    dashingscorpio
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    June 20, 2018 at 7:54 pm #177611

    “I broke up with him after I learned he was lying about his finances {again}.”
    “…we have broke up and reconciled a few times over the same issue.”
    ” I agreed to meet him to {bring some closure} to our relationship…”

    “Truth is that I really missed his touch his love and our fabulous sex life.”

    Sounds like you’re kidding yourself about the closure and wondering if he’s changed.
    It’s 2018! You can give yourself permission to have a “friends with benefits” arrangement.
    If not being financial stable is a “deal breaker” for you then just use him as a “booty call” while you search for “Mr. Right’

    On the other hand if you’re not looking for a husband and you don’t live with this guy (his finances) shouldn’t concern you.
    The only way they would is if he’s asking (you) for money. Enjoy his companionship and keep everything separate.