For example, a guy who cheats on his girlfriend is a higher take-back risk than an guy who needed to grow up, or had some minor deal breaker.I've never had a good experience taking someone back. The temptation is there, the circumstances are right, and you're sincerely weighing the pros and cons of getting back together with an ex. But this nostalgia is likely false -- or, if you actually did have a lot of stuff worth smiling about, your fickle mind is conveniently ignoring all of the stuff that made you two end this thing in the first place.
I didn't even think about whether I had feelings for her or not.
I said: "Well, I think we should just be friends."I used to have strict rules: If they mess up, don't take them back.
I knew she'd realize she had feelings for me at some point, and I vowed to deny her that chance.
Sure enough, a few weeks later, she told me she had feelings for me.
Would he then be as afraid to tread upon the precarious grey paths? The first chilly winds that blow up against one’s being in the process are the ethico-moral ones.