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15 Jul 2005
My ex and I are "seeing" each other again. I am having the best time ever - we party together, the sex is awesome, we communicate, etc, etc, (which was never the case when we were together) but whenever I bring up the subject of getting back together, he resists! I know that I treated him badly when we were together and I was a "different" person i.e. moody, irratable, didnt want sex, but things are different now. In the 6 months that we have been seperated, neither he nor I give anybody else another chance. Please help me understand his behaviour.
If you're busy partying, communicating, and having sex --- in what sense are tou not "back together" --- is it just that you're not actually living together at present ? You say you are a different person to the moody person you were back then --- clearly you haven't yet convinced him of this. Or he's not cinvinced that you will STAY tis different, rather than going back to old habits.
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