Ok short simple and sweet. I want my ex back. Followed the rules and advice about no contact....
What do I do when he sends me emails accusing me of cheating, saying that he wanted to spend the rest of his life with me, and this one particular comment, "I will be by tommoroow to get my stuff and so I can...ummmmm interupt your date." Do I respond to emails or keep it brief and short? What do I do?
Based upon what you've written I don't see why you want him back! Do you honestly feel this is the best you can do?
However if you are determined to get back with someone at some point you have to communicate.
Most likely a face to face conversation is best.
If's tough to get someone back (if they dumped you) because you come off looking like you are begging or worse, "willing to become whatever they want you to become." Either way it smacks of desperation. (Your best option in this case is to wait until the next time he says he wants to spend the rest of his life with you.) At that point tell him lets talk about this in person.
Ask him what assurances is he's willing to give you that he's not going to break up with you again without talking things over. This puts him in the position of trying to "sell" you on taking him back.
If you are the person who dumped him all you can do is tell him what you were going through mentally at the time you ended the relationship. You would have to tell him what you've learned from being apart from him and how you would never behave that way again. Your job is to "sell" him on trusting you to stick by him through thick and thin....etc
Tell him he can come and collect his things if he wants but also say you've never been involved with anyone else, infact the only person you've wanted is him.... Might calm him down a little and you then may be able to get into a conversation about your feelings.
Is this the same guy who's mum is ill?......................................
Why waste your time on man that does not trust you!!! You are a beautiful woman, tell him to "kick rock". If you ignore him and have someone else deliver his crap. The moment you move on he will be begging you to come back. DROP THE ZERO.
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