I recently read about a example of this type of situation on the 30 Dates blog.
It’s only recently, after watching many Matthew Hussey videos and talking to Petra Kreatschman and another relationship coach, that I’ve realised what the root of the problem may be.
For some very strange reason, it seems to happen quite a lot.
If you’re a successful, confident woman then here is my theory about what may have happened.
The guy’s perspective In Miss29’s eyes, this guy was perfect.
Prove that it’s not just their ego that’s at play here.
That they’ve really done some personal exploration and realised what it is they want and that it’s you.
I had one “off and on relationship” that lasted a year and it took a further two to fully extricate myself from.
Then it stopped for a few years only to start up again.It’s almost like they have 6th sense, and decide just then to make contact again, and throw some confusion into your healing process…! They spend hours talking to their family and friends. Quite simply they try to find meaning where often there is none. God forbid you actually have another relationship with someone who is not them. If it’s the last one and you’re considering re-igniting the flame, do proceed with caution.Well, sometimes there is and sometimes there’s not. It is not always easy to tell if an ex’s motives for coming back to us is genuine or just ego-related.The unfortunate thing that I’ve seen around here is they’ve come back with a convincing tale, tell you what you want to hear – only to turn around and dump you again.That’s probably why my aforementioned friend, said that it’s easier sometimes to just start over with someone new – without all the history, baggage and issues.), and many times I’ve seen people reconcile when the original reason still remains.