How to respond to an email sent from an ex telling you they want you back?
When you receive a heartfelt email from an ex clearly wanting to get back together with you, and you feel for them but you have moved on.
Tell them exactly that. Be kind, and compassionate but explain that while they will always have a special place in your memories, you have moved on and just can't go backwards.
first off they e mailed you instead of saying it face to face which in itself would show me they don't mean it enough. secondly, they are your ex for a reason so i would just e mail them back and say not going to happen.
I completely agree with duffsmom....just tell him the truth.
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