Dating someone who is not over their ex
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I recently received a question to which I, unfortunately, had to give a very simple answer. One woman asked me:. We began seeing each other after he broke up with his ex-girlfriend only three months earlier. And yes, he probably loves her, too. Or that a guy still has one foot in the old relationship and one foot in the new relationship?
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No one can deny that losing at a relationship is hard. Well then, it may not too late to try again. Perhaps you saw that your ex is being affectionate with someone else in a public setting. That is rough and hard to take. This new relationship your ex is in could be filling the gap that was left when the two of you split up. The usual rebound relationship only lasts three to five weeks, and then fizzles out within two months. Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny or Cupid might be just fantasies and fairy tales, but your love was real, right?
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At first, they will convince you that they are over her. So you will convince yourself that he cannot still be in love with someone who hurt him like that. You know that you are better for him, and he knows that you are better for him. So you dive into each other, each of you hoping that this new relationship will help him forget about her. You will have fun together.
In April , I met a boy in the middle of a rainy day, on a corner of a busy street. In January , the boy and I made the decision to see each other, and only each another. The bond that began as a steadily-built friendship grew into a quick-blossoming romance. In December , after a tumultuous, euphoric-when-it-was-good-but-miserable-when-it-was-bad, on-again-off-again romance, I ended it with the boy -- not because I no longer loved him, but because I was afraid of just how much I did. Now, three and a half years after we first met, he is still the first thought that crosses my mind when I wake and the last thought I take with me to bed.