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How to Get Your Ex Boyfriend to Forgive You

Breakups can happen for all kinds of reasons and this can leave your ex-boyfriend feeling very angry with you. Sometimes anger is to be expected however there are occasions when his anger may be unjustified and leaves you feeling confused by his behavior.

Dealing with your ex-boyfriend’s feelings of anger or resentment can be extremely difficult but is an essential component of getting your ex back. Having the right approach to handling your ex’s angry behavior can turn your situation around dramatically.

To help you tackle the situation this article is going to cover the following topics:-

  • What causes anger
  • The five crimes
  • Apology or no apology
  • Repairing the damage

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What Causes Anger?

Your ex-boyfriend could be angry because of a number of things that may have happened during or after the breakup. Most anger is caused by the gap between the expectations and the reality that actually exists.

If your ex-boyfriend really liked you then it’s fair to say he most likely had high expectations for the relationship and your behavior. Either before or after the breakup he will have experienced something that was at odds with that expectation and it left him feeling disappointed.

Think of it like getting short-changed in a relationship… You were expecting more and someone didn’t give you what you wanted. That sense of disappointment is what makes your ex feel angry with you.

The Five Crimes

There are five big crimes a woman can commit that will leave an ex angry for an extended period of time. Now, obviously, there are other things that can make your ex angry, however the results aren’t generally that long lasting.

Recently, we undertook some research to find out how long people stay angry after a breakup, we wanted to see how long it took for an angry ex to calm down.

What we discovered was that after a breakup an ex will most commonly calm down after about a month. However, we also learned that some individuals stayed angry with their ex’s for several years if they the damage done was extensive.

Patterns appeared in this study that proved there were five big crimes a person could commit that would leave their ex angry after a breakup.

  1. Gnatting
  2. Fighting
  3. Lying
  4. Cheating
  5. Abuse

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Gnatting

In case you don’t know what Gnatting is, Gnatting is where you text your ex so often after your breakup and beg for them back that you become super annoying…… like a fly or a gnat that won’t go away no matter how much to try to swat it!

A text GNAT is someone who …

GOES

NUTS

AT

TEXTING

Now I know that after a breakup people can Gnat anywhere from a little, ten texts a day for a few days, to a lot. I have also helped girls who have Gnatted and sent 50 texts a day for a few weeks.

Then there are severe cases, like this one…

If you are at the lower end of those estimates then you are in the majority and most ex-boyfriends will forgive your behavior after about a month.

If you are at the more extreme end of Gnatting then it might take a little longer to rebuild some trust with your ex as he will worry that you are about to go crazy again.

Fighting

Fighting and arguments are the next big reason a person might stay angry with their ex.

During the breakdown of a relationship, it is very normal to have arguments along the way.

Differences of opinion especially can often leave people feeling resentful. If you and your ex fought frequently then your ex is likely to feel as those you do not respect his viewpoint or that in some way you were not supportive.

The duration of your ex-boyfriend’s anger is going to depend on how regularly and with what severity you would argue. If your breakup was just a one-off fight or over something minor then your ex is likely to forgive you in a couple of weeks. If you and your ex had been arguing for months before the breakup then it could take a few months for him to forgive you.

Lying

Lying happens all the time….

There are great big whopper lies, and tiny weeny white lies.

In fact, a study showed that on average people tell around 1.5 lies a day!….

Personally, I think little white lies are ok, it’s the big ones that are going to get your ex angry.

So what is it that makes something a big lie?

Well, I think you can reasonably say that a big lie is something that could be considered deceptive, manipulative or that affects someone else.

An example of a little lie might be,

“That tie is cool!”

when it is actually hideous!

An example of a big lie might be”I was not sexting with that guy” When you definitely were flirting!

“I was not sexting with that guy!”

When you know perfectly well that you definitely were flirting!


Lies leave your ex feeling confused and angry because they make him question if you have lied to him before and this will affect his ability to trust you in the future.

On average, our survey showed that respondents recovered from a series of lies within a time frame of three to six months.

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Cheating

Cheating is one of the most common reasons for a breakup.

25% of all relationships suffer from cheating at some point! That’s a very high figure!

As you can imagine if you cheated on your ex then he is going to be pretty angry with you for a quite a while. Depending on whether your cheating was a one off or a full-blown affair will affect the speed of your ex-boyfriends recovery period from his anger, the longer you cheated the stronger and longer those feelings of anger will last.

If you cheated on your ex then he is going to be asking himself all kinds of questions

“Can she be trusted?”

“Would she do it again?”

“How many times has she cheated?”

“What did I do to make her cheat?”

“What does that guy have that I don’t?”

Generally speaking, an ex will stay angry for around a year if you had a lengthy affair. In some cases where an ex cheated multiple times with multiple people, many of the respondents to our survey reported that they stayed angry with their ex for several years.

So, if this is the case, you should certainly learn patience.

Abuse

Abuse can be physical or mental, and both men and women can be victims of abuse.

Physical abuse can seem more obvious since there is violence, but psychological abuse is just as common. It can range from extreme emotional warfare to being controlling or manipulative behavior.

If you were abusive in any way towards your ex, then he is going to find it extremely difficult to trust again and will probably take a very avoidant approach to handling you. In all cases of abuse, I recommend that individuals seek professional help to deal with their problems to avoid it happening again in the future.

The individuals in our survey stated that if they had been in an abusive relationship with an ex, that they remained angry for several years and in a handful of cases they have never managed to let go of their anger.

Apology or No Apology

Before you rush to apologize to your ex, think about whether you actually need to apologize.
Apologizing when you have done nothing wrong can be unattractive. So, ask yourself whether you did anything that justifies an apology.
Things that are unlikely to require an apology:

  • Gnatting
  • White lies
  • Small irregular fights

Things on this first list will always seem more serious in your eyes if he broke up with you. This is because when an ex initiates a breakup you will have a natural tendency to try and explain what has happened. This often means blaming yourself unnecessarily. Under normal circumstances, if your crime is listed here, your period of No Contact will soften your ex boyfriends anger towards you so that an apology is not necessary.
Things that will require an apology:

  • Big lies
  • Cheating
  • Large scale regular fighting
  • Abuse

Things on this second list are definitely going to need an apology from you and may stay angry for a considerable time afterward. If you have committed an offense on this list then your ex is going to struggle to trust you again even after you apologize so you will need to pay close attention to the approach I am about to talk about.

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Repairing the damage

Getting your ex to forgive you takes time and patience. You can’t expect it to happen overnight, or even over several nights. There is usually a lag period between when you issue an apology to when your ex begins to trust you again, and this is a big precursor to winning your ex back. This can sometimes be days, weeks or months.
To regain your exboyfriend’s trust you are going to have to focus on the four elements of his resistance towards forgiveness

  • Hurt
  • Hate
  • Hesitation
  • Grudge

Each one of these four elements can be overcome by using one of the approaches below.

Hurt

After your breakup, it is very normal for an exboyfriend to feel hurt especially if you have committed one of the five offenses.

Perhaps he is hurt by something you said to him as you were arguing. Perhaps your actions left him wounded or he could be hurt that you cheated on him. These kinds of painful memories can play on a person’s mind for a long time after a breakup and will damage your chances of getting your ex back if left unmanaged.

The best way to handle your ex-boyfriend’s feelings of hurt is to show remorse…. You do this by showing your ex you are truly sorry for what you have done. Accept responsibility for your own actions without excuses, this means leaving any “you drove me to it” mentality behind along with justifications for your actions.

Hate

There are plenty of reasons an ex might feel hate towards you.

If you had a normal breakup it has probably been caused by the emotional rollercoaster a person goes through after a breakup. If your breakup happened because you screwed up in a big way then your ex-boyfriend’s self-esteem has probably taken a big hit.

If your ex is showing signs that they hate you then you will need to show restitution going forward. You can do this by trying to make up for damage you have done, if this damage was emotional then you can work towards repairing the damage through positivity and kindness.

If the damage was physical, then I suggest you offer to replace or repair whatever it was you damaged let’s be honest here, I know some of you take your rage out on your ex’s possessions sometimes

Hesitation

After you start talking to your ex you may well find that even though he is replying to your texts, he might be hesitant to open up to you further and it is possible that he will also avoid meeting with you.

This hesitation from your ex comes from a place of fear. He is worried that you haven’t changed, that the relationship will fail again, that you might hurt him again, that you might go crazy again. All kinds of thoughts will be running through his mind that will make him avoid progressing your relationship further.

To help overcome your ex’s hesitations you will need to demonstrate to him that you have changed and that you are a reformed and rehabilitated person. You can do this by making sure you spend your no-contact period constructively to improve your health, wealth, and relationships with others to become the Ungettable Girl.

Transforming into the Ungettable Girl will show your ex that you are a changed person with the qualities he would like to have in a girlfriend. Show your ex that you have changed so dramatically that your old destructive behavior is unlikely to happen again.

Grudge

No. No. Not that one.

I have to admit, I’m the sort of person that is known to hold grudges so I can talk about this bit from experience.

So why do I hold grudges?

Well, it’s pretty simple.

it’s because I can.

If someone does something I don’t like and it upsets me, then I want them to suffer like I am… It’s a sort of childish payback.
Does holding a grudge make me feel any better?

Definitely not?

In fact, it can be exhausting carrying around that level of negativity with you all the time. This means that if your ex is holding a grudge it is unlikely to last forever unless you did something really unspeakable to them.
If you see your exboyfriend holding a grudge against you then the best way forward is to offer a sincere apology and ask for forgiveness AFTER you have shown remorse, restitution, and rehabilitation for at least a month or two.

If you reach a point where you have been asking for forgiveness for six months then I would suggest you stop asking, it is likely that if your ex hasn’t forgiven you that their ego is enjoying seeing you squirm. This is quite rare but it is worth noting just in case.

What It Boils Down To

Getting your ex-boyfriend to forgive you takes time and patience but is possible if you take the right approach. Give your ex space to work through their anger. Give yourself time to ensure that you have tackled each of the four barriers to forgiveness; hurt, hate, hesitation and grudge.

Following these steps will improve your chances of getting your ex to forgive you so that you may progress with winning them back.

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Written by EBR Teamate

Chris Seiter

39 thoughts on “How to Get Your Ex Boyfriend to Forgive You”

  1. Sapfo

    November 16, 2017 at 4:28 pm

    Hello, EBR team! I’m in NC now but I wanted to ask, the apology should be the first text after NC? When should it actually be? I’m confused. I fall under the category “big lies”.
    Thank you in advance!

    1. EBR Team Member: Amor

      November 18, 2017 at 2:30 am

      Hi Sapfo,

      do it before nc..that means you have to restart count after apologizing

  2. Autumn

    November 4, 2017 at 4:13 am

    Hi Amor,
    So rapport is going well, he is now texting every day and calling 3 – 4 times a week, but tomorrow is 2 months since he contacted me again and he still hasn’t asked to meet up, he works construction and is a site foreman, so I know he’s busy, BUT is there a time frame where we should meet up? Or do I just take it easy and let things roll? He offered to take me fishing (we used to love doing that together) but no set date. As far as improving myself I think there was a misunderstanding somewhere, I am almost done with my master’s degree and have started my own business, and have lost a lot of weight.

    1. EBR Team Member: Amor

      November 5, 2017 at 6:03 am

      That’s good! It looks like you’ve got enough rapport to ask…just make it casual.. don’t make a big deal about it.. and ask at the high point of conversation.

  3. Autumn

    October 17, 2017 at 10:21 pm

    My ex and I have been apart 9 years, he calls a couple times a year and I used to be really hateful to him last year I blocked his number this year I got a new phone and forgot to block it and he called me. He mentioned he couldn’t get through for some reason last year and I didn’t say anything, I have been going to counseling and have worked on a lot including myself almost done with my masters! this time I know that I want to try with him again. I was nice and we both apologized for a lot of hurt. we have talked a few times which were multiple hour conversations and we have text a few times but now I have not heard from him for 2 days. I usually end the text convo withy him texting last and he did last time and they have all been nice. Now I don’t know what to do, I’m mad that it’s been a month already and no meet up but I read one of your articles that said there is no time frame. What do I do now? ( saving up money for the private Facebook group but I’m a single mom so it’s going to take a little while) 🙂

    1. EBR Team Member: Amor

      October 19, 2017 at 2:53 pm

      Hi Autumn,

      if you blocked him last year, how long have you been talking again now?

    2. Autumn

      October 19, 2017 at 3:39 pm

      Hi Amor,
      We had been talking for the span of a month, he had called me 3 times, and had text me at least 3 – 4 times a week. And of course his birthday is next week so I’m not sure if I should initiate a text on his bday, or start no contact.

    3. EBR Team Member: Amor

      October 23, 2017 at 12:22 pm

      I think you should keep building rapport but you have to start improving yourself

  4. B

    October 9, 2017 at 8:04 pm

    Does Chris do one on one coaching???

    1. EBR Team Member: Amor

      October 10, 2017 at 2:51 pm

      Hi B,

      Yes, he does coaching calls for a fee.. If you’re interested, is this the email he should contact you?

  5. Amy

    October 8, 2017 at 11:46 pm

    OK so I and my ex boyfriend were talking pleasantly and we got into a conversation about our past and it soon spiralled downwards!
    The essence of the conversation is that he forgives but won’t forget what I did and he is holding a major grudge against me and won’t be forgiving me anytime soon!
    I don’t know how we end up having these conversations again and again! I told him ok at last after clarifying things again but like its said that doesn’t work at all! We broke up once because he won’t forgive me now that he is back he says he likes me but can’t ever let me close to him again! He says that I knew everything about him and still hurt and broke him! And I can’t counter his arguments and he said I used to tell u to not do these things but u won’t listen and now its done and that past can’t be changed ever! I said ok and that I agree!
    And he said he will love me but from a distance and that wont let me get close to him! What do u think should I do? He is extremely stubborn! He says he wants to spend good time with me for however long it is going to be! Basically he won’t give me his heart again!

    1. EBR Team Member: Amor

      October 10, 2017 at 12:42 pm

    2. Amy

      October 10, 2017 at 7:46 pm

      I texted him and its been almost 2 days after this conversation that he isn’t replying although I just sent only one text!
      We did have an extremely intense conversation and it all was so emotional and I did do a bit convincing in a playful manner which he took as very serious and now he isn’t replying! He did mention keeping his distance from me!
      Please reply
      I think I might have screwed up!
      What do you think I should do? Before this, we were having long long conversations although on texts as he still won’t talk to me on calls!
      Tell me what should I do now? He is completely ignoring me now!

    3. EBR Team Member: Amor

      October 11, 2017 at 9:57 am

      Rest for a week before initiating agaib

    4. Amy

      October 15, 2017 at 9:50 pm

      Hi Amor
      So good news it that he did respond after two days to which I also responded to after almost 3 days and then we had a conversation! We shared a lot of poetry with each other, it was pleasant if not very continuous or long!
      After that I sent him a song as a joke and some comments about it but he sees it and no reply and he hasn’t ever done this! He could keep it in delivered texts and respond later! Now it’s twice in a span of 24 hours that he has marked it seen and not replied, I was still cheerful but nothing!
      What do you think is going on again?
      Please respond!

    5. Amy

      October 15, 2017 at 9:52 pm

      Hi Amor
      So good news it that he did respond after two days to which I also responded to after almost 3 days and then we had a conversation! We shared a lot of poetry with each other, it was pleasant if not very continuous or long!
      After that, its been two days he sees my texts and doesn’t respond! Now what?

    6. EBR Team Member: Amor

      October 16, 2017 at 9:59 pm

      Don’t overthink.. If he doesn’t want to get back with you, then in order for him to be more friendly he had to see that you’re just being friendly and not trying to get him back.. If he sees you’re not being antsy nor angry when he doesn’t reply because you have and is busy with your own life, he may take a chance on being more friendly..

    7. Amy

      October 16, 2017 at 11:35 pm

      Sorry for asking so many questions and thank you so much for being so forthcoming!
      I am not angry now when he doesn’t reply! After this stint, he is being distant when he had been so friendly and open with me for awhile! Flirting a lot too! The thing that surprised me that he havent ever just ignored my texts!
      Should I initiate again after a week this time or just wait for him?
      The thing that bothers me a lot is that when he came back after we broke up, he clearly had plans for us getting back together eventually but that to take things slow and now all this! I am so confused! Help!

    8. Amy

      October 16, 2017 at 11:47 pm

      So what should I do now? Wait for him to text me or initiate after a week again?

    9. Amy

      October 16, 2017 at 11:47 pm

      So what should I do now?

    10. EBR Team Member: Amor

      October 17, 2017 at 11:29 am

      Let him initiate for now..go back to your own activities..

  6. Taylor

    September 22, 2017 at 10:59 pm

    I emailed but thought this might be easier. Does Chris do one on one personal coaching like on the phone or something? I have a bad situation that I need help with.

    1. EBR Team Member: Amor

      September 27, 2017 at 4:35 pm

      Yes, he does. Is this the same email add you want him to send an invite to?

    2. Taylor

      September 28, 2017 at 4:17 pm

      Yes this is email please! Thank you

    3. EBR Team Member: Amor

      September 29, 2017 at 12:38 am

      ok, I’ll forward this to Chris. You’re welcome!

  7. Ann Mary

    September 6, 2017 at 5:25 pm

    Hi,

    I and my boyfriend were together for almost 2 years. Though we love each other we fight a lot as well. We had a huge fight recently and he told me things like I flirt with guys and stuff which is not true. I got really hurt when I know how committed and honest I am in the relation. I told him I am breaking up with him. I was screaming on the top of my voice so was he. I said, ‘not even my dog will come back to you and that I did a mistake by choosing you over my ex’. He tried to talk to me while we were fighting but I didn’t let him have a conversation because I was mad at him and quite angry. A lot of times we say each other that we are done but we always patch up. However this time we didn’t patch up. Some days passed and he never tried to talk..I tried to talk to him and he said he is done. And that he still remembers my statement which said ‘not even my dog will.come back to you and that I did a mistake by choosing him over my ex’. I said sorry and I told him that he also said hurtful things and still I went back, just because I know that everyone says hurtful things when they are mad and they don’t mean it. But he didn’t even continue the conversation. He said he is done and left the place. This fight is definitely different from our previous fights and he has never behaved like this before. He is also active in dating apps and he also blocked me from all social media, which has happened before as well. Do you think there is a chance that we get back to each other. He has really loved me a lot which I know for sure.

    1. EBR Team Member: Amor

      September 7, 2017 at 9:17 pm

      HI Ann Mary,

      you already apologized for it, so I think it’s time for you to start the no contact rule since he’s still angry about it.

  8. Rosa

    August 29, 2017 at 8:08 pm

    Hi Amor,
    Great article. My relationship with my ex ended in 2015. I didnt really follow through the NC correctly which forced my ex to block me. In January I promised myself to improve myself and extremely reflect on the relationship. I commited many of those crimes in our 7 year relationship and looking back at it I truly understand why he is angry, hurt, and doesn’t want to speak to me. I was way into getting him back and focused on the wrong things. He use to always tell me to put myself in his shoes and I was never able to until now. He’s very close to my brother. I have been distant with my family to improve myself but I recently spoke to one of my brothers and he told me that my ex was having issues with his current girlfriend. I couldn’t help but feel so sad about his situation because of my commited crimes. I really want to just apologize to him but I don’t see a way how. Questions pop into my head like will this anger him even more? Will he accept my apology? I go back to the times we texted and he would say dont ever call me or text me . He even once told me that if he doesn’t call or try to find me then it means he doesn’t want anything to do with me. I’m very hesitant and feel like maybe it’s going to take more time.

    1. EBR Team Member: Amor

      August 31, 2017 at 1:15 pm

      Hi Rosa,

      Since when did you last text?

    2. Rosa

      August 31, 2017 at 5:36 pm

      Hi
      Honestly I don’t remember I want to say maybe July 2016

    3. EBR Team Member: Amor

      August 31, 2017 at 8:11 pm

      That’s so long ago.. Dont apologize as an initial text

    4. Rosa

      September 1, 2017 at 8:29 pm

      Yes it has been long ago. If the day comes when we do speak face to face. I am concern as in what to say. I dont know where I would start. Is there any tips you can help me with to prepare myself? Thank you Amor!

    5. EBR Team Member: Amor

      September 4, 2017 at 7:18 pm

      Just open up a topic.. you can still try this one:
      How To Properly Start A Conversation With Your Ex After No Contact

  9. Joni

    August 24, 2017 at 12:04 am

    So I have been on and off dating my significant for the last year and a half. We have never actually gotten to the stage of boyfriend girlfriend because I live about 2 hours away from him, and we both were dating other people in-between this span of time. Needless to stay it is very complicated but we care/know a lot about each other but haven’t had a natural climax towards dating. Last may he reached out and we started casually dating seeing each other 1x a week because I left for a job in Asia for 3 months. I am back now and learned that I will likely be moving to his city in the next month or so. He told me he was very excited about it, and things were going great.

    two weeks ago I went to a concert and he was there. I am the least confrontational person, but because of our rocky past of dating other people, I let my insecurity get the best of me and drunkenly yelled at my S/O for like 35 minutes and I am pretty sure his closest girl friends were within ear shot and they probably think I am insane. I was pushing him to commit since its been months but he wants to take the pressure off things. We laughed about my meltdown the next day because I quite literally acted crazy. And two days later I texted him asking if I could get him a ‘thank you drink’ next week (aka this week right now) to make up for my outburst and he said ‘ haha sounds good’ that was 6 days ago and I haven’t heard from him since. He hasn’t liked any of my instagrams (HE ALWAYS DOES) or looked at my snap chats (HE ALWAYS DOES). I am so afraid that he is going to dump me even though we are not together. Have a totally ruined my shot at us finally getting a chance at this relationship?????

    WHAT SHOULD I DO?

    should I follow up with the drink opportunity after all I have not texted him either to follow up about it….?

    or should I just not contact him and wait until he reaches out to me.

    I have already apologized about the outburst, but idk what else I should do.

    Part of me is even considering sending a ‘lets take a break text and see how we feel when I’m settled in the same city as you’ text.

    I am so afraid I lost him forever. SOS!!

    1. EBR Team Member: Amor

      August 24, 2017 at 11:08 pm

  10. Maria

    August 19, 2017 at 5:56 pm

    Three weeks after our breakup, after a couple sexual encounters, awkwardly moving out of his place, and some horrendous fights, we’ve started NC.

    I was in a really, really bad place. Our relationship was amazing, he was so kind and attentive. Treated me like his queen. I slowly however began to suffer from nervous breakdowns and would lash out at him, often shoving him and yelling. (It was only at the latter end of our year long relationship though and by no means prevelant always).

    We finally broke up, mutually. He was so cold the day it happened. But since, I’ve seen lapses where he showed emotion. Why just last week he said he would help me get better, healthier. That I am strong underneath all of this and that what I’m undergoing is temporary. That we needed to see through the breakup for ourselves.

    Until I pushed him on the street and yelled at him because I didn’t want him to help me move out.

    Yeah, I’m a mess. No, it’s not okay.

    I went to his place the other day (he’s living in his fraternity until he starts grad school) and I saw him with another girl. After days of ignoring me, he took me across the street to a parking lot where I cried my heart out. That was when we decided it’s finally time to cut contact. The thing is….. he was So. Cold. He was a robot. He was almost mean. He grew angry at my emotions. He said “there are no more emotions, there are no more feelings.” He said he didn’t want me. That he didn’t love me romantically anymore. Stoicism to the extreme, a full 180 from a week ago. He even told my best friend that he didn’t think he wanted to be even my friend again.

    I don’t want him back immediately, I need to focus on myself so I never, ever exhibit this abusiveness again. I’ve gone to a new therapist and have been going through talk therapy and discussing medications. I’ve started to go to the gym again and am eating healthier and sleeping better. I’ve been excelling at my real estate internship. But he was my closest and my best friend.

    I want to lay a foundation while we are apart that will allow me to reenter his life positively. He’ll be very busy with dental school, and I’ll be finishing my undergrad (same university). I want to put myself in the best position to have something in the future — so I’m not contacting him. But what do I say when I reach out again?

    He said he would reach out to get coffee “maybe after orientation.”

    So…. here I am. A bizarre limbo.

    Help me get back the man who made me the strongest version of myself. How long should I NC? It’s only been a few days since I actually decided. I am so remorseful and I am getting better. One more year full ride at Berkeley and I’ll be ready to be in the real world — and hopefully his life.

    1. EBR Team Member: Amor

      August 22, 2017 at 6:49 pm

  11. Rachael

    August 18, 2017 at 5:14 am

    my bf of 5 years finally broke up with me about a month ago. we were incompatible from the start and i knew it wouldn’t last forever but he became my best friend. the breakup was mutual and respectful and for a full week afterwards we were still texting like best friends. but then i admitted to him that i had been cheating on him at the end of our relationship and he immediately wanted nothing to do with me. of course i don’t blame him for that and i don’t think we should ever get back together as boyfriend and girlfriend but i do miss my best friend. do you think it’s possible he will ever want to be friends again? should i bother trying to find out since i know that he thinks it’s unhealthy for him to even talk to me right now?

    1. EBR Team Member: Amor

      August 18, 2017 at 5:38 pm

      HI Rachael,

      Yeah someday when much time has passed.. It depends from a person to person but a safe bet would be maybe after 6 months or a year he would have moved on..

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