My Ex is Seeing Someone Else
Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
me and my X boyfriend went out in 5 , 6, and 7 grade now we are in 8th so last year when we were still going out he started ignoring me so i told him lets be friends i ment to talk like we did but he thought that i wanted to brake up so we both stoped saying hi or anything. this year the first day we came to school i told him lsn lets get back together but he didnt answer me he just walked away i remember that in my next class i started crying. after a week i found out that he is going out with someone eles my old friend from my other school i got so mad i stoped talking to her too
so i tried to move on find a new b/f so i started having a crush on a boy in my class and he did too so we went out but i still thouht about my ex a lot so one day i just couldnt stay with my new b/f and broke up with him but i just had to. so one day my ex adds me to his msn and we chated and i told him that i still loved him and all that and he said i dont love you any more i love my new g/f and 1 week later i told him that i dont love you anymore and he was like well too bad cuz i broke up with her his g/f he did go back to her..
see i dont know if he still likes me or not he does stare at me a lot and he did ask my best friend who do u think the best cuple are?
why would he ask her he doesnt even say hi to her
plzzz help me i need to get him back i love him so much everytime i see a cupple i with i had him and get mad cuz i never will....
This guy is dating another girl. If you actively work on destroying his existing relationship, it is going to taint any relationship you get together with him afterwards. If you really want things to work, you have to prove to him you will be a loyal patient friend, without making demands or extortions. You also have to be capable of being happy on your own. If you aren't a happy person on your own, and are using him to "make you happy", that will never work.
-- from Lisa
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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