Dating my ex boyfriend again
I'm very well aware of the consequences my decisions have had, and it is my choice to accept these consequences and keep moving forward. I did not turn into some insincere, shifty, lying, terrible, no good, very bad thing because I love a person that loves me back. This is essentially a waste because while their ex isn't with them anymore, no one else the ex also happens to know can even go near the person because it's just "wrong." Is this confusing to you too?
We have created these guidelines on who you should date, how you should date them, when you should date them and whether you're even allowed to in the first place, and it makes very little sense.
Ghosting is the opposite of the philosophy that says you should talk it out, find closure, move forward with forgiveness and love.
Ghosting is the fury cutting the cord and never looking back.
We're all quick to judge until we're the ones thrust into these confusingly difficult situations.
But over the next few weeks, my emails, letters, even doorbell rings went unacknowledged.
Of course, time is a great teacher as well as a great healer, and although it was baffling and upsetting at the time, I like to think I've grown enough to accept that I probably deserved the break-up (if not the specific method of delivery).
I wanted him, but only on my own terms, and we were caught in a spiral of mutual destruction that the ghosting stopped dead.
That last one is the kind of thing that, after your stomach does a few flips, will make your face all hot and cause you to immediately lose your appetite.
Here are the emotional stages you might go through before finally accepting that he's moved on.