My boyfriends ex wants him back...

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I am in the best relationship ever. I have never been treated so well, listened to and been respected by a man in a very long time. The only thing is that he ex wants him back. She says that she misses his friendship, but I do not believe that her intention is to stay friends. I believe that she wants more because she will send him text and email messages of personal romantic times they spent. If she wanted to be true friends with my boyfriend, I would think she would not bring up the personal romantic feelings for him. Aside from this, her exhusband whom she now lives with again like husband and wife, knows that she criesher eyes out for my boyfriend every night. She can't possibly want just friendship with my boyfriend.

Sometimes, we never knew what we had until we've lost it and this woman is experiencing this in her life. Because she is a human being, she deserves to give herself mercy and to be at peace.

What is the best action that my boyfriend (and myself) should do to not instigate or provoke this person to think she can get back in his life? We've already tried ignoring her, changing the phone numbers, and other things, but she choses not to see this as a sign that he wants nothing to do with her. Advice
He needs to tell her he is happy with you.

That he is VERY happy with you and that he would appreciate it if she would leave him alone.

Just because she is obsessed with him doesn't mean you two should suffer.

Good luck! George

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