I WANT MY EX-BOYFRIEND BACK
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
me and my boyfriend have been together for a year and a half now. We broke up 6 months ago and got back together 1 month after that things had been going very well until two months ago when i went with my friends on vacation. he has been doing things that he wouldn't normally do. and then all of a sudden he wanted a break so i gave him his space and he was back in 5 days i told him he needed more time so he only took 2 more days. we got back together and things were great, then a week later we got in a fight cause i went to my friends house late and he accused me of cheating cause my friend always cheats on her boyfriends. one week after that break we got in a huge fight and broke up. i went over there to get my things two weeks ago and we talked it was good. he said i needed time to appreciate him and to put him before my friends since i supposidly put him last. i actually made him cry which made me cry too. he also tried hooking up with me but i turned him down since i felt used. he said he misses me all the time and wants me but i hurt him too much and i need the time to become the nice person i once was. i haven't called him or tried contacting him at all. the other day he text me but it was just a random thing so i didn't text back. i love him so much. but my fried said he's been hanging out with this girl from his work(she is really ugly and fat)and i know they have nothing in common at all and she's tried being with him but he used to always turn her down and make fun of her. the other day at work they were daisy and donald duck. is he moved on or is she someone to take his mind off me?? we were each others firsts too. i want him back so badly.
If you love him and want him back, give him a call.
How is he supposed to know what is going on in your mind, especially when you didn't answer his text.
If you get back together you both need to work very hard on learning to "fight fair." Your fights are out of hand and need to become productive instead of destructive.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com