Whats the right decision?

Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
I use to date a coworker, things went bad cause he would say things and wouldnt follow through with them, but I still loved him when I let him go. We both moved on, hadnt seen each other in a few months and then we started working together again and thats when we noticed that our feelings were as strong as ever for each other still. We both want each other back but were both with someone else right now. I feel that its not right to be with this other guy cause of the feelings I have for my ex, and I would like to break up with him but would I be doing the right thing? Im confused and its complicated. The guy that I am with right now is 34 and Im only 22. Weve had trust issues in the past cause I travel for work, and he seems to need someone around all the time. Would I be doing the right thing by getting back with my ex, and should I tell my bf of now that I still have feelings for the ex and we shouldnt be together anymore? SO CONFUSED, maybe you can shine some light on this issue.

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You should act based on your feelings.

It seems that your feelings are with your ex. So you should explain this to your current b/f.

Then you can get back together with your ex where your heart is.

Good luck! George

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