Would you accept your ex boyfriend/ex girlfriend again?

Portugal
December 15, 2017 3:43pm CST
Hi everyone Would you accept your ex boyfriend/ex girlfriend again? My ex boyfriend wanted me back but i didnt accept him back. He was very rude to me when we broke up and we been away for long and i dont feel any love for him anymore What about you? If an ex asked you back would you give him a chance? Please share
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@sabtraversa (13345)
• Italy
15 Dec
It happened to me, it happened and still happens to many people. In my case, it wasn't wise, but we were accustomed to each other and it was hard to remain alone, that was the main reason why we got back together. However, the reasons why two people break up hardly ever disappear, so we were done once again, for good (hopefully). It really depends on when and why the relationship ended. After a long time, I understand why you refused your ex, I would have done the same.
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@Icydoll (22434)
• India
16 Dec
That's my opinion too
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• Portugal
16 Dec
I refused him because when we broke up he said that he judt wanted to play with me so after monthes he came and said thathe wanted me back more than once but who guarantees me that he wouldnt just play with me after what he said in the past? Besides he works in a club so you can imagine
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@sabtraversa (13345)
• Italy
17 Dec
@sweetloveforeve He must have been feeling lonely. There are times someone says something they don't really think or mean to say, but this might have not been the case.
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@dgobucks226 (12725)
15 Dec
I have made that mistake in the past. It is not wise to repeat one's mistakes...
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• Portugal
16 Dec
Yes but you wanted to give it a second try so at least now you know that it didnt work. If you didnt give it a second try you could be thinking thst maybe it could have worked out and now you know it didnt so. You did what seemed right to you at the time
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@dgobucks226 (12725)
17 Dec
@sweetloveforeve We do like to give people the benefit of the doubt. Here is a good quote about second chances...
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• Portugal
20 Dec
@dgobucks226 yes it is true because sometimes we like someone so much and we give him many chances and they continue acting just the same way
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@YrNemo (13374)
16 Dec
I forgive but I don't forget. So, definitely no!
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• Portugal
16 Dec
Yes i think we can forgive but forget is impossible so the best is to let him go
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• Calgary, Alberta
15 Dec
After dumping me for a Wrinkly Raisin who looks like a Bull dog? Hell No!
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• Portugal
16 Dec
Ahahah you would do the right thing not wanting her back
• Calgary, Alberta
16 Dec
@sweetloveforeve He looks like a pug who got hit by a frying pan on the face. How can she dump for that. Oh he have lots of money.
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• Portugal
16 Dec
@CaptAlbertWhisker did that happen to you? So sorry but if she left you for a guy just because of his money she will regret it
@rina110383 (24095)
16 Dec
Depends on the reason of the break up. If it was because of cheating or his being abusive (physically, verbally, economically), no, I won't give him a chance. Otherwise, I will.
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@Icydoll (22434)
• India
16 Dec
Well said
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• Portugal
16 Dec
Yes i understand you and i agree with you but sadly most part of the time is because of cheating or someone that just wants to play with you
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@Icydoll (22434)
• India
16 Dec
Not ready to fool once again by believing .past relationships are always past.
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• Portugal
16 Dec
It is good that you think like that that way there is no chance that that person hurts you again
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• United States
16 Dec
There is a reason an Ex is an Ex. Like I heard in a movie, treat an Ex like a tax return. File it away for 3 years then throw it out. But if it has been less than seven years, think back to the way that person treated you. Would you want to deal with that forever more? Your self worth would suffer big time!
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• Portugal
16 Dec
Yes it is better to let it go for good
@Courtlynn (66576)
• United States
15 Dec
Nope. Ex's are ex's for a reason.
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• Portugal
16 Dec
Yes you are right
@sharon6345 (130900)
• United States
15 Dec
I have that issue now and no I am going to stay as I am. He is not worthy of me or we would not have broken to begin with.
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• Portugal
16 Dec
Sorry about that but i really hope that you can meet someone who loves you a lot you deserve it
@Shavkat (63449)
• Philippines
16 Dec
I will say a big NO. It is not worth it to be in a relationship again.
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• Portugal
16 Dec
Yes i agree with you
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@Shavkat (63449)
• Philippines
17 Dec
@sweetloveforeve I have my personal principle in life: "Past is past."
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• Portugal
17 Dec
@Shavkat it is better that way so we dont allow ourselves to get to be hurt again
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• Nashik, India
16 Dec
When relationship becomes Doubtful and questionable then its good to end that relation. Ask yourself what you really want to do , coz you have experienced life with him and life without him.
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• Portugal
16 Dec
Yes we should think about what we want to do and mostly about our happiness
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• Nashik, India
17 Dec
@sweetloveforeve Yes happiness is most important:)
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• Portugal
17 Dec
@Wogiam (66)
• United Kingdom
17 Dec
If I still feel affection and/or love for him, I may accept him back. This also depends on what may have caused our break up in the first place. Some issues including any kind of abuse, infidelity, are no brainers for me, I will never accept the person back.
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• Portugal
20 Dec
Yes i understand what you mean it depends of the cause of the break up
• Portugal
20 Dec
Yes i understand your opinion it depends of the cause of the break up
@lalyvc (36)
• Lima, Peru
23 Dec
I would never, I personally think there is nothing good you can get out of reliving the past. Better focus on your future.
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• Portugal
23 Dec
Yes sure you are right thinking that
• United States
22 Dec
Hmmm on the opposite side of this discussion, I know the feeling of being the guy that wants a woman back in his life. It can be rough, especially if it's a first love. BUT if you love a flower, you do not pick it, sometimes it's best to leave it alone to bloom. I've learned my wisest lessons and became more of an adult because of her declining my desire to get back togeter. Now she's with another guy, thankfully he seems like he treats her with care and respect. For the sake of letting her grow happy, I'm happy she found a winner . Plus I've come to terms with the fact that her and I are simply not meant to last. So... if the guy you're speaking of was/is immature... perhaps declining to take him back will help him grow. It helped me to learn many things about my emotions and childish actions. It could be the best thing for him.
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• Portugal
22 Dec
You are a very sweet man i am happy to know that sometimes after losing us guys can see our worth actually i wish that happens with the guy i like right now and i hope that you meet an amazing girl that you love and loves you back you deserve it
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• Bronx, New York
16 Dec
honestly speaking in my opinion i wouldn't because respect is a big thing in a relationship if there is no respect then that relationship isn't for you
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• Portugal
16 Dec
Yes i understand what you mean it is better to start fresh with someone else