kole Posted December 22, 2017 Share Posted December 22, 2017 Hello, My boyfriend and I dated for about 2 years in high school. We were good friends before the relationship and had very few issues during the relationship. We got a long very well, spent lots of time together and communicated well. We broke up when we went to college and our 'good' communication definitely fell apart. I was under the impression that though we were broken we would remain close friends and still try to see each other. Throughout first semester he told me many things confirming that this is also what he wanted but he never acted upon it. He would very rarely text me and he never came to visit. Over Thanksgiving break we spent time together and I told him how I had a lot of resentment towards him for the past few months. He was very apologetic and suggested that we get back together. I agreed but I told him that I didn't really trust what he said anymore. In the time between thanksgiving and Christmas, while we were both at school, he was much better at keeping in touch with me and I really felt that when we were home together for Christmas that it would be a lot of fun. I really deeply care about him and do want a relationship to work with him. But I currently feel very little love for him. We haven't spent much time together this break so far which frustrates me but not him too much. And when we are together it doesn't feel as it did before. We have not been having sex much or really much physical contact at all. For the two years we dated before we were constantly together and very much in love and I'm really wanting to have that sort of connection again. Does anyone have advise on rekindling relationships or how to fix a relationship with faded love? On the other hand does this sound like something not worth fixing? How can you tell when it is best to pursue a friendship versus a relationship with an ex? Thank you:) Link to comment
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