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Five Signs That Says Your Ex-Boyfriend Is Still Into You

Updated on January 28, 2015

Getting over an ex-boyfriend is not easy. We often associate shows, songs, and experiences with memories of our relationship and this can only add to the pain when things end. Women who were left by their boyfriends feel even more terrible, since they wanted the relationship to continue.

Even in those cases, when the guy broke up with the girl, there’s a chance that he is still interested the relationship. Women might get mixed signals from their ex-boyfriends, but how can we be sure he is still in love? Here are five signs that your ex-boyfriend wants to get back together with you.

1. He’s Still Calling

If your boyfriend were over you, he would not waste his time calling you. If he is calling, this may mean that he wants to be sure that the connection is still there. He may yearn to hear your voice. This means that he still likes you.

2. He Still Texts

Is he texting you? If yes, then that’s another sign that he still likes you. When you’ve broken up and you receive text messages from him, asking what are you doing and how you are, he is still in love with you.

3. It's Been Less Than a Month and He Contacts You

You have probably heard about couples being good friends even after they have broken up. That can happen, but it takes a couple of months apart to move from romance to friendship.

If you ex-boyfriend has contacted you less than a month after the break-up, then he is still into you.

4. He Asks You Out

The fourth and most obvious sign your ex-boyfriend is still into you is when he asks you out on a date. This implies that he wants to give the relationship another try.

5. He Constantly Talks to Your Friends

Last, if your ex-boyfriend constantly talks to your friends and asks about you, then there might be a chance for reconciliation. If he wants to know how you are doing, he is checking to see whether there is a chance of getting back with you.

Weigh All the Evidence

Some actions are obvious, while some are misleading. If he asks you out on a date, it means that he still likes you. Phone calls and texts are indirect signs, and can be misleading. Think about the situation and weigh all your options. Do not over-think things too much. The most important thing is identifying what you want. If he is still into you, would you get back together with him?


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