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Do exes ALWAYS return??

Published on June 27, 2009 by lavender

almost everyone says that an ex will always eventually come back after some time to ask for forgiveness or to re-establish a friendship or for some other reason. many websites give this advice: don't contact your ex, leave him/her wondering about you and they'll come back.

Well, I haven't spoken nor seen my ex for over a year now and he never came back. it was a short relationship (due to many circumstances) and he was the one who called it quits. I haven't gone back to him nor try to stay friends with him (i just accepted his decision and never seen/ spoke to him again). so this means that he never wonders of what i'm up to right?


Most likely. Don't buy into the "every one says" types of advice. If you stayed away to respect his decision then good for you. If you stayed away trying to play some odd game where you were hoping he'd come back, then learn to go after what you really want.

If he left for good reasons, and you are the only one who is going to know that, then you should know why he hasn't gotten back in touch.

I think you already know the answer to your own question. The question you should be asking yourself is not whether he'll come back to you but what is it that you want. Why do you want him back? What do you want from him? If it's b/c you still love him, did you communicate that to him so that he knows? Is it even salvageable? Have you put a closure to this relationship so that you can move on? If you want him back for the wrong reasons (simply to appease your ego of being dumped), you need to work on that without contacting him (since it has nothing to do with him).

Breaking up is never easy, whether you're the dumper or the dumpee. It's just one of those things that makes you appreciate and value good relationships. Good luck!

Unless you have a child in common there is no reason for your ex to contact you. Especially, if he broke up with you. He is your ex for a reason. I am for sure that he has thought of you. However, it seems to me that you still have feelings for him. If so, you are just going to have to work through it. It is easier said than done, but believe me, you'll get over him.

1- All depend on how well was the relationship when you 2 were together. 2- The reason for the separation and time frame of being separated. don't get stoked wasting your time and awaiting on something that might never happen move on and forget about the pass, every day that pass by in life also bring new hope. stop being attached to him because everything happen for good reasons. Think about yourself and find your own happines becaue he might be way happy right now next to someone else. know how to appreciated and value yourself, there are too many good looking guy out there drama free who be willing to make you happy but let the pass go and move on !

recently i was in a 6 yr relationship with a girl who was divorced a couple yrs before we met. However there was an extramarital affair between her and a guy she worked with. When the first husband found out he threw her out. the guy was married at the time with 2 small children. She claims that it was a mutual decision that he go back to his wife. I met her around 2 yrs later. We got engaged at her request around sept of last yr. After close to 7 months of torture i finally found out the truth about what was going on. It was the guy who went back to his wife. He had come back. /she said he would call from time to time to see how she was doing. She claims the last time he called she went for his advances and now she has feelings for him and wants to pusue a relationship with him. She keeps teeling me she is so sorry and that she is very sad about us. Why am i having such a hard time letting this horible person go???