Do they still want you?
In many cases even after the breakup, people do not move on. Some people are really good at hiding their feelings whereas others are not so good. However, there are some very indications through which one may be able to tell if their ex wants them back or not. These hints aren’t necessarily thrown by all the people because some people like to keep the fact hidden that they like their ex.
Here is a list of multiple indications through which you can tell if your ex still has the hots for you. Remember, if there are multiple indications that is when your ex genuinely wants you back, but if there are just a few of those indications then there is a fair possibility that he doesn’t want you back and he is just being polite.
1. Makes excuses to see you
If your ex is using all kinds of excuses in order to see you or even to be around you for just a few minutes then that means that your ex is still into you. These excuses can be something like returning your pants or returning your earring that you left at his place.
2. Get Drunk texts
You will get a lot of drunk texts from your ex. Now you can’t be sure whether they are fake drunk texts or real drunk texts but either way this indicates that your ex wants you back and still has hots for you.
3. Admits a lot that he misses you
If your ex admits that he misses you, this is one of the strongest indications that he wants you back. This may seem like common sense but if this is coupled with a few other indications that we have mentioned then that means your ex is not just fooling around but he actually wants you back.
4. His family misses you
If he tells you that his family or other people in his life are missing you then this again is an indication that he wants you back and he is still not over you.
5. Doesn’t stop bringing all the memories up
If your ex brings up memories of all the good times that you have had together and he makes you think about those times again and again then this means that he is interested in having you back. - Continue reading on the next page