Ex dating someone
This is treading on tricky grounds because both of you may not always be too keen to accept responsibility.
But can you really pinpoint where both of you went wrong in the relationship?
Dating an ex is easy, but going through the same pain and frustrations all over again is just not worth the effort unless both of you avoid repeating the same mistakes all over again.
[Read: How to stay in love forever] Is there enough maturity?
Most people confuse this kind of an attraction with love. [Read: Getting back with an ex for sex] Is it really love?
The only reason you should ever get back with an ex is if you truly love them and find yourself shattered after the break up.
But at some point of time, the relationship will start to attain its maturity, and it will happen much faster than a new relationship because both of you know each other so well already.
If your lover is happy in another relationship and has no interest in getting back with you, you really can’t force your ex into walking out of a happy relationship just for you.
Do you genuinely think you and your ex can look past the earlier errors and avoid them from ever happening again? If you want to date an ex, you have to be willing to take a chance together with a hope of something better the second time around.
But can you prevent the same mistakes that happened the first time around from cropping up this time around?
If you’ve been dumped or found yourself walking out on a cheating partner, you may still love your ex and may want to start dating your ex again.
But should you take a chance on your ex’s love again?