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Daily Share – Do I Take Him Back?

TDL_FB-iconI was committed to a guy a few months ago. After some time, he started ignoring me a lot we and we finally broke up. It has been two months and he recently approached me again. He is saying that it was a mistake and that he wants me back in his life. What should I do?

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  • AMG

    Why would you lower yourself and take him back.You are worth more.He didn’t want you the first time so why go backwards.Onwards and upwards I say.Merry Christmas

    • Victoria

      I have to agree here.

    • The Daily Love

      Thank you for your response AMG!!
      -Team TDL

  • http://www.twopawsupgrooming.com/ Carol Shannon

    Good morning! I would ask you to ask yourself how it “feels” to consider going back with him? This is your inner guidance system and won’t lead you astray, your higher self will know if his words are bs. Ignore the “thoughts” of what he did or didn’t do or how he “should” or “shouldn’t” have behaved. Just ask yourself how you “feel” about it all and go with that. Much love to you!
    Carol

    • The Daily Love

      Carol, thank you!! Wise words!
      -Team TDL

  • Lynda Lemar

    I think Carol has something there- listen to your inner self, your gut feeling. This never lies to you. I agree with ignoring the thoughts that may come up. Give him a chance is what I’m leaning towards because everyone makes mistakes, however, you should set some boundaries with him such as telling him how his break-up affected you without pounding on him. Let him know that he must respect your heart; your feelings. Let him know that he can not do this again. If he sincerely feels that and respects your boundaries, and you can sense that he really understands, then taking one more chance may be a good thing. Just go slower than the first time.

    • JustMe

      I agree with Carol and Lynda…..we all make mistakes and who of us has not ‘run’ from something wonderful that just scared us so much that we momentarily lost sight of our intuition and heart and started to listen to the ‘stinkin’ thinkin’ our brain sometimes sabotages us with. And there is the saying “If you love something set it free….if it comes back it’s yours, if it doesn’t it never was.’ What comes to us is often not ours forever….what comes to us is there to teach us something we need to know.

      Perhaps what you need to know is that you can trust your descision- whatever you decide.

    • The Daily Love

      Thank you for sharing, Lynda!
      -Team TDL

  • Allison

    This is the question. “what has changed?”. The answer simply cannot be “I made a mistake” or he “misses you”. Because the bigger underlying issue is not valuing/respecting you as a person and woman. The change must be at his core, deep, an epiphany, introspection and most importantly working on himself (which though possible, is unlikely in 2 months). Once he does not do his work, the problem is bound to recur. i wish you all the best.

    • The Daily Love

      Thank you, Allison!
      -Team TDL

  • Beah Robinson

    I’d ask myself if I was lonelier being with him than I am being single. I wonder why you would even consider going back to him. Please be your own best friend–what would YOU tell you to do? Blessings and may your heart smile often!

    • The Daily Love

      Great advice on being your own best friend, Beah. Thank you for sharing!
      -Team TDL