my lover has left me,can i get him back in my life again,can i get married to him
Let him go!
If they left you, they are the ones with the problem.
Even if you got him back, you would never truly trust them again.
And without complete trust, there can not be a peaceful happy relationship.
He's NOT the one for you.
Please find your self-esteem, your self-respect. If you were abandoned he could not possible love you. Take time to consider the reasons why he left and vow not to repeat the same mistakes with someone new. Don't question possible acts of God when He decides to save you from further hurt and pain.
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