my ex-girlfriend still answers my call whenever i call even if at night but she is married.what...
does it mean?
Dude just stop it cause your only destroying her marriage. My advice to you just stop doing what you are currently
I will ask you? are you in good terms the time you broke up? if yes then I don't see any problem with if you are friends.
But for me to avoid some problems close the book and let her be with her married life.
Just stop, she's moved on, you move on. What makes you think that you are so important that you can impose yourself on her?
Maybe she's someone like me. When my phone rings I want to answer it, because I figure someone is trying to reach me. I have a thing about people who don't answer their phones. I don't care who's trying to reach me. I just want to answer my phone.
If the thing is that you're friends with her husband, there's a chance she's so secure in knowing there's nothing between you, there's no reason not to answer when you call. If she's still a friend, there's no reason she wouldn't answer a friend's call either.
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