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Ms Mouse
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Ok... this may make me sound really pethetic but here goes. Me and my first love broke up a year ago April 28th. We went out for about a year. I have never really got over him and I really don't know why. We quit speaking there for a while and seeing each other out was like seeing a stranger and we kept our distance, like we would stay on opposite sides of the store. I see his mother all the time now and she is always talking about the past. I have a worderful boyfriend of 7 months now but... well I just don't know. I guy that I was going out with is kinda that guy that you want to run into just to know what he's up to but you don't just go talk to. We go to school together and he just recently (well on and off for about a month now) started waving to me and trying to get my attention at lunch. Not always but just when I guess he's in that kinda mood. Well I graduate in like 20 days and I know that I don't want to end on the terms we were in (are still in)... I don't know. I don't understand what he is doing... I don't know if he wants to be friends or if he's just playing some sort of game. He hasn't been with anyone since me and he's not the kinda guy that would just mess with someone for a laugh. Any advice on what I should do about him or not do would be really helpful. I just needed to tell someone what I thought that didn't know me. Thanx!!
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sinfull cinderella
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i think i know what you're going through. my boyfriend, who also happen to be my first love broke up with me and i was devistated. we would ignore each other because it was hard for me to see him and know that he was no longer mine. anyways, we finally started talking again and he seemed really nterested in getting back together, the only problem was that i was already in another relationship. he would hint at me , well the thing is that the only reason he wanted me was because i felt forbidden to him. i'm not asying that's the case with you, but you might want to give it some thought from that angle. . .
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Jenna D.
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Perhaps he feels he's moved on? After a breakup, well, you know what a mess of feelings you can get. While sorting out those feelings it's fine to keep your distance. Maybe he's done sorting through things and would like you to be on better terms, to not have any bitterness between the two of you - as you say, you're graduating soon. There's no harm in waving back or saying hello to him. You can be polite and friendly to your ex, just make sure that if he seems to be trying to 'win you back', that you tell him straight-up you have a boyfriend and you're happy, and that you don't want to get back together with him.
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Ms Mouse
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Thank you... I think I'm just going to write him a letter and find out what he's up to... thanks again.
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