He doesn’t call. You text him and ask what’s going on, but he says you need to trust him.
He doesn’t come over as much as he used to before the breakup. He tells you it’s because of work, not because of your history together.
You don’t hear from him for a few days, and then he pops up out of the blue. He tells you how much he misses you and how he’s been thinking about you non-stop.
If you’re someone who has been through this before, then you know what it means. It means that he’s still not over you.
If he genuinely wanted to move on, he would have let go a long time ago. He would have stopped pursuing you and stopped trying to get your attention.
But because he still comes back to you, that means he’s not ready to let go just yet.
If he truly wants you, then he will pursue you. If it happens to be one of your exes doing all this pursuing rather than someone new, then keep in mind everything I’m writing here before jumping into anything with them again.
Don’t be naive and think that just because they want you back in their life, then they’re ready to commit to you again.
They’ll do everything in their power to convince you, and they’ll swear up and down that it’s true. If he wanted to commit to you, he wouldn’t have broken up with you.
And if you’re someone who has a history of going back and forth with your exes, then keep this article in mind next time it happens to you.
You have a choice about whether or not to get back together with them again once they try chasing after you, and you always have the choice to say no.
The bottom line is that If he’s really into you, he will go after you. If he’s not doing any of these things, then it’s time for you to move on and find someone who truly wants you in their life. Trust your gut instinct in this situation; it will never steer you wrong.