is there any way to have him/her again?

Philippines
March 4, 2009 10:32pm CST
what are the "criteria" you consider when someone you have loved in the past wants to have you again?
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7 responses
@nuridch (94)
• India
5 Mar 09
Proper communication is what is required. You need to talk to him/her with all relevant reason behind the distance that was created.
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@elghrasya (501)
• Philippines
5 Mar 09
Love, trust, responsible,loyalty,honesty,faithfulness, open mindedness, thoughtful. Criteria that will change your both life and will bring a different kind of love or a new beginning for the both of you. Happy mylotting..
@yAks89 (589)
• Philippines
5 Mar 09
Just ask her. Then you'll know
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@chriswolf (360)
• China
5 Mar 09
You may ask yourself this question first. If the answer is yes, then you can turn to her or him. Good luck to you.
@gaelmago (17)
• Philippines
5 Mar 09
the fact that you are asking, meaning is you are still in love w/ her or him, in love there is no criteria needed f you are still in love then go for it... but be sure that it is love...
@jbrooks0127 (2326)
• United States
5 Mar 09
Consider very carefully why the relationship ended the first time. Did you end the relationship and why? Did they end the relationship and why? Never jump back into a relationship that once went bad without knowing how you truly feel about it. Often if someone is interested in us it is enough motivation for us to overlook things we should not. Ask yourself this. If you got back together why would it work now when it did not before? If you can answer that honestly then you know what to do. Good luck to you.
@JoyfulOne (6240)
• United States
5 Mar 09
That's a very good question lol. First I'd have to rely on my memory & feelings to see what happened to cause the breakup in the first place. Like...did he cheat? Was he rude or abusive? Did one or the other of you did something that was not negotiable? Or maybe not forgiveable at the time? Was it something petty? What I'm getting at is there had to be some reason for the breakup, or the two people would still be together. Just the fact that one, or both, was willing to forgo the relationship means something probably wasn't working...and what's to say the exact thing won't happen again? For me, I'd have to weigh all the criteria not only with my heart, but with my head too (objectively.)