Does my Ex Want me Back?

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
My x boyfriend who i really care about broke up with me but he acts like he really wants to be with me and i really don't know what to do cause when i asked him to be with me he tells me no but when we see each other he acts like he wants to be with me and when im not around him or he isn't talking to me i cry and it really hurts me to be with out him and i don't know what to do? Advice
OK, he broke up with you for a reason. That reason is undoubtedly what is having him not want to get back together with you, if it was serious enough for him to break up with you in the first place. You don't mention the reason at all!

You need to talk with him about whatever was wrong. You need to figure out why he thought it was so wrong, and then figure out ways to work on it. Then work on it. If he sees you actively trying to make things better and address his concerns, he may be drawn back to you.

You guys also need to learn to talk with each other better. When he had something wrong, he didn't bother to tell you or to try to talk about it with you so it could be fixed. He just broke up. That's really not good. You need to build up your talking and friendship so the next time something starts to go wrong, you two FIX it. That's how relationships last the ups and downs of life.

-- from Jenn
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