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About a month ago after several weeks of no contact, my ex-girlfriend had contacted me for an odd reason and continued the conversation to include the usual topics, "what have you been up to," and "how are you," etc. She concluded by saying she would like to meet up to talk about something.

So I agreed and we met up last week. We have been broken up since last October and have chatted since but not much; our relationship lasted 4. It was good to see her since I had not seen her for over 2 months.

We met up at a nice restaurant and split a burger and salad and had a few drinks. We had a nice conversation and then she mentioned that she wanted to tell me that the guy she had told me she went out with in December, she is still seeing casually, and she wanted me to know about it from her, and not someone else because more people are finding out about it.

She also mentioned that he moved across the country to California two weeks ago for a new job opportunity. And she is going to go spend a week with him for spring break in April. He is 37 she is He is a doctor and sounds like quite a nice guy and she seems excited about it.

But says they aren't in love or anything like that and she doesn't consider him her boyfriend at this point, although I'm sure she would like to. She has 2 years left of her nursing program and she likes that he is in the same field of work she is. I'm sure she also attracted to his success in his career and the security of his future. In contrast to me 25 aspiring entrepreneur, hard working, driven, confident, positive, motivated, in shape, athletic, attractive, good person; however, no where near as successful as her new doctor friend I am sure, not yet anyways.

It is hard for me to hear as I still love her a lot and want another chance to make things right with her. She knows this. She also knows that I am not going to wait around forever, or put my life on hold for her. Even though it's hard for me to do I made it clear that I am happy for her if she is happy with this new guy and told her I respect her decision and wished her good luck.

She did mention she was mad at her best friend for telling her she didn't like this guy and for saying it will never work. I continued to be supportive and say that you shouldn't listen to what other people say, you have to do what makes "you" happy. She did ask that if I tell people that she is seeing someone, not to mention that he's a "doctor" because that's not why she is with him. Ha, I thought.

After 4 hours together I gave her a hug and we said our goodbyes. What is the point of meeting up to tell me this????? She either regards you as a friend, or is stringing you along as a backup in case things don't work out with her current bf.

However, if you're the alternate, you would probably only be so until someone "better" came along later. Since you don't say why you broke up or who instigated it I suspect it was her , this is just pure speculation. Originally Posted by fishnhunt She is just using you because she feels miserable alone, and wants to keep you as a backup, if I were you, I wouldn't reciprocate, if you go back to being friends with her, she would think you have never been man enough anyway, and would feel happy for having broken up with you.

I would suggest you to cut her off gradually, all the time letting her know that you cut her off on purpose, don't say that directly, but make her feel so, that way she would know how worthy you had been, and what she had missed out on.

Eh, maybe she just wanted to feel better about herself or feel like your friendship was in an okay place. I have no idea. Perhaps she was genuinely telling the truth, that she didn't want you to hear the news from someone else, but still, I think it's a little cruel to take you out to dinner and dish all about the new boyfriend.

Personally, I would arrange to be very busy in the near future. Don't be rude, but just "coincidentally" have things to do if she wants to get together again, talk on the phone, chat on the computer. I can't help but suspect that hearing all about her and the new doctor she's lusting after isn't going to be the best thing to help you recover and get you on the road to feeling better about yourself.

Ultimately, that's what needs to happen here. Plus, after a 4. Good luck. Originally Posted by LuckyGem. How is she going to spend a week with him for spring break and she doesn't consider him her "boyfriend"? Just keep her as a friend. The "girlfriend" label is long gone. Location: Up above the world so high!

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Location: Reno, NV 5, posts, read 8,, times Reputation: Quote: Originally Posted by fishnhunt25 About a month ago after several weeks of no contact, my ex-girlfriend had contacted me for an odd reason and continued the conversation to include the usual topics, "what have you been up to," and "how are you," etc. Location: Charlotte posts, read , times Reputation: Location: Murphy, NC 3, posts, read 8,, times Reputation: Quote: Originally Posted by fishnhunt25 She also mentioned that he moved across the country to California two weeks ago for a new job opportunity.

Quote: Originally Posted by LuckyGem How is she going to spend a week with him for spring break and she doesn't consider him her "boyfriend"? Quote: Originally Posted by h Eh, maybe she just wanted to feel better about herself or feel like your friendship was in an okay place.

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If An Ex Girlfriend Wants To “Catch Up” What Does It Mean?

Here are 5 questions to answer to get clear on whether you are ready and can actually get her back:. For example: If a guy was too emotionally sensitive, got upset about the setbacks in his life and whined about his feelings to his woman, then to earn back her respect, he needs to show her that he is now emotionally stronger and better able to handle his emotions around her e. Another example is where a guy stopped making his woman feel feminine and girly in his presence and instead fell into the habit of treating her more like a friend or worse, making her feel like she was the more emotionally dominant one in the relationship. Once you understand what she really wants you to change about yourself to be able to feel a renewed sense of respect and attraction for you, it then becomes easier for you to get her back. When she respects you, she will also feel attracted to you again and from there, reconnecting with her original feelings of love becomes a lot easier than if you try to get her back by being the same guy she broke up with.

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By Chris Seiter. When you enter the No Contact period, you may feel like your first contact, let alone a meet up, will never happen. It feels so far away and getting through the No Contact period can be so difficult. But then it happens. If you and your ex had a good relationship, she probably still cares about you on some level.

Meeting Up With An Ex Can Backfire!

And if the answer is yes, you may want to lower your expectations of the meetup and postpone it for a few months. Your ex might not even be interested in reconciliation and may only want to assuage his or her guilt or talk to you about something that no longer concerns you. So instead of meeting up with an ex shortly after the breakup, it might be in your best interest to avoid unnecessary stress and anxiety and stay in no contact. They very rarely do, so try not to get overwhelmed with false hope and continue progressing through the 5 stages of a breakup for the dumpee. Please keep in mind that by inviting you out, your ex may plan to use you for his or her own selfish reasons and discard you again the moment your ex gets what he or she wants. The only difference between regular breadcrumbing and in-person breadcrumbing is that, well… the latter one is in person, rather than via texts and calls. So think twice before you optimistically meet up with your ex and coincidentally face a huge setback. I know you may have some doubts and probably think that your ex would give up on you on the spot, but the probability of this happening when your ex wants you back is very, very slim. The dumper spontaneously came up with an excuse to see the dumpee in person and arranged the meetup despite the polite rejection.

My ex girlfriend wants to meet up to talk this week... What to do?

Confuses Xper 3. So my ex dumped me just over 2 weeks ago. She said things just weren't the same anymore. Out of the blue. My whole story is in another question in my profile.

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Your Ex Girlfriend Wants to Meet Up – What Should You Do?

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We're also going to dissect what your ex girlfriend may mean when she says she wants to catch up. First, let's discuss her motives, as there are multiple different.

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