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Author Topic: Is he really into you?

August 03, 2018, 03:22:37 PM
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NesMarcos


Being a rebound is not the type of relationship you would want to have. If your boyfriend still loves his ex, there is a big possibility that he still wants to get back with his ex. And that is definitely not you have wished for.

What would you do if the man you deeply in love is not over with his ex yet? How can you cope up with this? Would you stay in this kind of relationship?

August 04, 2018, 02:29:14 PM
Reply #1

wallet


My answer is no if a man loves a woman and he will start another relationship with another woman but he doesn't love her he never will because his heart and mind are to its ex.

August 04, 2018, 06:42:44 PM
Reply #2

NesMarcos


Thanks for the input! :)

Would it be possible for the guy to develop his feelings to his current partner in the long run and forget the feelings he had for his ex partner?

August 04, 2018, 06:53:38 PM
Reply #3

QueenFarLou


It is not fair for someone to be in a new relationship while still in love with the ex. It's hard to be with a partner whose thoughts are with someone else. Love yourself more and let him go.

August 05, 2018, 02:35:15 PM
Reply #4

NesMarcos


It is not fair for someone to be in a new relationship while still in love with the ex. It's hard to be with a partner whose thoughts are with someone else. Love yourself more and let him go.

Thanks for that input! :) I believe in the saying, 'love yourself more than your partner however, what if the woman can't let go the man? In your opinion, would it be possible for the guy to develop his feelings to his current partner in the long run and forget the feelings he had for his ex partner?

 

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