Should we stay in contact? It seems to me that your ex-girlfriend though is she really yet your ex if she keeps texting and being in touch with you? She breaks up with her ex and, presumably, feels great about it. The moment you go away, she gets more interested. She starts texting and calling. You do it to someone who you want to be in touch with.
It can be hard enough to maintain a good relationship with your children if there's just a limited amount of time you can spend with them. It never feels like enough, and you worry that there might be a distance growing between you. That feeling can worsen if your ex gets a serious, long-term partner. The natural feeling is that the new man in her life might end up closer to your children than you are.
Knowing whom you are asking can make a difference. Many people wonder if it's better to ask directly or indirectly about the relationship status of someone they're interested in. While it sounds easy to ask if a person you want to get to know better is dating or not, actually asking if she has a boyfriend can be awkward. Especially if she tells you, "Yes I do have one. Because of this, sometimes it can be easier not to ask directly, and instead, find out if she's dating or not from a friendly conversation, the way she acts, or with a little help from common friends.
This article will answer your questions. The questions that have been plaguing you until you found your way to this page. I have been helping people with breakups and getting their ex back for the past five years. And I can tell you, with almost certainty, that there is still hope provided the following conditions are met.