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How to get over my ex

  1. akuigla profile image60
    akuiglaposted 6 years ago

    We are divorced 9 years.
    But We are still in contact,by email and phone
    She tells me her problems
    She made clear to me that she didnt have another man after we divorced
    She is in US,Im in Europe.
    There is something, but Im not sure what.
    I am not sure what to do

    1. RichardCMckeown profile image55
      RichardCMckeownposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I think you must have reconciliation for both of you. Try to forgive and forget and start a new life if you still love each other. Get your pride down and give way for a new chances to live happily.

    2. Greek One profile image76
      Greek Oneposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      We are divorced 9 years.
      But We are still in contact,by email and phone

      Stop contacting by email or phone

      She tells me her problems

      Don't listen to her problems

      She made clear to me that she didnt have another man after we divorced

      Not sure what that has to do with anything'

      She is in US,Im in Europe.

      Good.. she won't stalk you if you don't pick up the phone

      There is something, but Im not sure what.
      I am not sure what to do

      Figure out if you want to get together, and if not, do the above

  2. Jessica_E profile image60
    Jessica_Eposted 6 years ago

    I think you need to sit down and think about why the relationship went bad. Was it a mutual decision? Did you two just grow apart? Was it because of long distance? If something happened that either of you can't forgive or forget, then it may be time to go your separate ways and move forward. It would be hard to get over someone if you are in constant contact with them. You may always have a place in your heart for someone, but that doesn't mean you are meant to be together. However, if you both still love each other and want to give it another try, tell her how you feel and see where it goes from there.

  3. SandyMcCollum profile image72
    SandyMcCollumposted 6 years ago

    One of the very real sadnesses about divorce is the loss of the person who was your very best friend. Sounds like the friendship is still intact. Whether to build on that is a decision only you can make, but the best friendships can turn into the best marriages. You have some thinking to do. And how does she feel? She may be only talking to her best friend. Does she feel it could be something more? After 9 years, something's still there.

 
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