He's Still Hurt about his Ex

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
my bf and i broke up about 3 weeks ago today (he broke up with me). During the breakup, my friends wanted to set me up but when my ex bf found out, he got upset and didn't want me to be with this guy, (not like i was going to be with him anyways.) My ex boyfriend keeps on telling me that he misses me and that he can see us getting back together, its just that his ex did him bad and he doesn't want to get into a committed relationship because his ex who he was committed to hurt him.

During this breakup period, i am hurting cause i want him back and i told him numerous times how i feel and he saids that he knows and he can see us getting back together, its just that his ex really hurt him.

Should i just leave him alone or should i wait and give him time cause i am really in love with this guy and i want him back. What should i do?

RomanceClass.com Advice
If this guy's ex hurt him and he wasn't over it - he shouldn't have dated YOU in the first place! That was incredibly unfair to you, to put you through all this emotional turmoil because he wasn't ready to date yet. So from that sense he was right in breaking up when he realized he was still in that rebound state. You have to give him credit for wanting to wait until he was really ready to date.

I have a ton of advice on the site about getting an ex back including this ebook -


take your time and go slow. Don't pressure him. He'll let you know when he is ready to move on.

-- from Lisa
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