Will I ever be with the person I love so much again
This person perused me for many months , even ask this cha cha if our relationship would work out , Other people interfered very much ! I miss person much & think about everyday !
Why don't you ask? You ask that person. Maybe he is thinking the same thing..It would be so sad if the two of you could be together and the only thing that is preventing it is you don't know ...don't let other people interfere with your life..I assume that you want to be with him and marry him..then he should be the only one that matters to you...the only one whose opinion matters...
At least that is how I would go about it...
Hi there ,
there is a very famous saying " if you love a person let him go if he comes back to you he is yours if not he was never yours " and yes do not prove yourself a weakling to such an extent that other people start to interfere in your personal matters its your life and you should have the right to do what ever you like with it , secondly you can never force a person to love you back or fall for you this should work on its own due to your inner qualities and if this person whom you love dearly has the heart and the eyes to see your inner qualities will surely work like a magnet for him and he will be back in no time if God for bid he does not turn up then he was an artificial /superficial person who never knew what a gem of a person you are do not grieve on his not returning instead thank God for it you never know this person might turn out too be harmful too you.
Men are like buses if you miss one do not wait for that perticular one all your life change your route and hop into a different bus i know this is easier said then done but be fair to yourself if no one else.
Give them a call and ask they want to give it a second chance. It's really that simple to find out if someone feels the way you do. There is an old saying, "If it's not worth asking for then it's not worth having."
Once you know how they feel you are free to either gradually get back together or move on. Bottom line, it takes both people wanting to be together in order to have a loving relationship. Keep in mind an ex is an ex for a reason and it's usually a good reason! Unless you both can establish what will be "different" the second time around...you are most likely going to end up with the same result as the first time. Whatever you do, don't waste time pursuing someone who does not want to be with you. The healthy and mature thing to do is move on. Trust me, with more than 7 billion people on this planet there is more than "one" person who has all of the traits you want. I explained this in a hub awhile back. Best of luck! http://dashingscorpio.hubpages.com/hub/ … venbillion
If he feels the same way towards you or thinks that you are indeed 'the one' for him, then, yes there is a big possibility that you will get together, only time will tell.
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