If the relationship does go on, then you will need to find how to forgive him for it completely. It can’t be something that you harbor silent resentment about or use as a “card” to throw during a heated argument.
Or, you might find that both of you are no longer right for each other, but you would at least be able to dissolve the relationship from a place of understanding and openness (versus most breakups which are characterized by anger, blame, paranoia, etc.) What I’m talking about here is to talk about it and really, truly give him space to tell you all about it.
Giving him that space needs to be absolute though – you have to be willing to hear anything and everything from him and not interrupt, attack or take it personally.
He apologized and said he loves me no matter what but I’m not sure if I should take him back or if he really means it. As is the case for him, so might be the case for you.
He has stopped calling But we have gone on breaks before. and we fall deeply in love and everything is all flowers and sunshine, it can be easy to assume that they’ve made their choice and they’ve chosen us. There’s more to you than just the “you” who’s in the relationship.
I was in what I thought was a serious relationship for a year and half with my best friend.
He developed a crush on me and after me rejecting him for 6 months we finally started dating. they’re not sure or even doubting their thoughts about you”. Moreover, the majority of people (primarily 30 years old or younger) are still figuring themselves and their life out.
Paul, Minnesota, and working as a flight attendant.
Missi felt ready for a serious relationship again, so she made a profile on Our Time.com, a dating site for people in middle age.
At 10 p.m., she sent him a final message: This is completely unacceptable.
A few minutes later, she got a reply from Richie’s friend Chris, who said Richie had been in a car accident.
They talked about their kids (he had two; she had three), their divorces, their sobriety.