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Ex-girlfriend is asking to talk after months
alonzo36 Offline
#1 Posted : Wednesday, April 25, 2018 7:42:10 PM(UTC)

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I woke up this morning and I saw my ex-girlfriend’s message on my inbox. She said she wanted to talk to me but didn’t say the reason why. We broke up early January of this year. We’ve had two closure talks already and I already had two attempts of getting back with her. Both attempts got a big fat no from her. So I’m kind of conflicted right now if I should still meet up with her. I mean why now? What does she want? I also don’t want to regret giving away this chance and end up moping about it later on. Although, I already kind of moved on now. I’m already talking to new girls on Tinder and is considering joining those social dating events thing. Would meeting my ex affect this progress?
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