New boyfriend admits to having feelings (Of love) for his ex. Would you continue the relationship?
why not. if he still has feelings, it shows that he isn't the type who can forget someone he cares for . to me it's a good thing.
Feelings of love (and hate) are not so easy to 'kill'. In a new relationship, however, romantic love should not be PRACTICE on/with ex's. (Hate should never be practiced in any way).
If your new boyfriend admits that he might not be able to be loyal to you in the company of his ex, ask him to go and sort himself out today.
What kind of feelings? That is the question. The kind that says I care about you and we will have good thoughts from our relationship to cherish or the kind that includes thinking about the sex? The kind of feelings that pull him back to her because the relationship still has unfinished business? I would tread lightly until confirmed!!!! It is your heart not his that needs protected. When entering a new coupled relastionship each person should be free to give wholely of themselves. Being finished with the last relationship must be an imperative.
How can develop a relationship with had the same feelings on the ex-girlfriend, is difficult to forget but should be forgotten. There should be some changes that occur, there is a commitment that must be done.
Instead of headlong love and continue to wait, but later turned out to hurt, is not it better to know the answer now?
If you truly loved someone that feeling never really goes away. You always will have string feelings for them.
Absolutely not! This person is either confessing their intentions of taking you for a ride even though they" love" someone else. Or they are giving you a heads up of how slimy they are and don't want to be held responsible for their actions after the fact
P.S. Don't believe the hype, no one mentions their feelings for someone else they once dated to the one that they are currently dating unless they are hinting at some thing. Thats just plain stupid to do. As a matter of fact it is insulting, I would rather the person suggest we take some time away from each other.
I agree with nightwork4. It is a good thing. It is how you interpret it, that's all. He is being honest with you which is a GREAT thing for a start. He is showing how caring he is. You just need to keep communicating with him to find out what happened and why and what type of love does he feel. It does not mean that you should end the relationship
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