It sounds like a bit of a knee-jerk reaction over reaction. Trust me, they get either uncomfortable or very angry. No need for converstaion either. He is expecting you to text or call him like crazy. Change your social security number if you're qualified to do so. I don't like the thought of him knowing personal information about my life, but I don't tell my parents that much anyway so I figure there's not much they can tell him. You can't count on people to do the right thing.
There are several reasons an ex would contact you out of the blue and then goes quiet again or completely disappears. I have tried to be the bigger person in all of this, but at this point I feel like my life is being trespassed by him, even if its unintentional. On occasions like Christmas, birthdays and such she'd text my mom greetings and stuff. If I am made to feel welcome — then yes — I would attempt to establish a loose communication routine. She may still do it, but she doesn't tell me or him about it any longer.
People not supporting him and running away when things get hard and when he needs them the most. She is smart enough to choose her own and not take sides. Again, I am not going to give examples here. My family will never see me again, nor will they ever meet my husband, my children, further, they'll never know I got married or had children. I need to know what I have to prepare myself for and decide if its worth it.
Good luck, and let us know how it turns out. This is all while she's talking to someone new. Ive only replied as i have to see him to sort our stuff out. Take care, and have a merry Christmas. After a few days he chats me up about something really random. If you do wait, u could pretend to say what letter if he ask? Do you really want her to stop contacting you or just frustrated that she has not come out straight and told you that she wants you back — or at least given you clear signals that say she wants you back? Like the other poster mentioned, I'd definitely talk to your parents. We made a call for hours, we talked about our story after breaking up and then the fact we already seeing another persons now.
If he called her, she'd gladly talk to him. Put on a show and let him have his money's worth, see if he still feels like hanging around. I assumed correctly that he was desperate. If you did enjoy having him around in a non-romantic sense, you could always consider his offer of being friends again. I have been at my Mom's and she would show up or she could be there when I dropped in. I was with the ex for about 4 years.
He's my son, so he comes first with me. Here are a couple of things you could take note of to help with your flow of thought. She was a really great girl and I still miss her, but thanks to all the great advice in here and to some great friends I'm doing pretty well. He might have been stopping to reply because the conversation got boring or he has nothing to say anymore. When my ex and I split it was a fantastic mutual breakup.
I just find it weird she seems to try to still have some contact every now and then when shes the one in another relationship and knows I want no contact with her. He told his friend that I did not look even real to him. Even years later he is still in touch with my family because for 5 years they were his family. However, even if he texts you in the middle of the day and initiates a conversation, be wary too that he might still want to hook up. I could be way off, but I would suspect he's trying to use your parents to hold on to you in some twisted way, perhaps even using this as an angle to manipulate you or your parents in order to pull you in. The wife and I were in a similar situation, with her ex still periodically visiting her parents and younger siblings.
I don't have her number I just know the address cuz I used to go to her house to see him. Which can be a destructive loop to cling too if your efforts are not reciprocated. So, I choose to stop texting him and explain the reason to him. Instead, ask yourself what you did to make him feel like he needs to win the breakup. I'm curious, what relationship does your ex have with his own parents? We're all very realistic about things. So, turn the tables, and initiate and then end the convo before it gets boring. Re: My ex still calls my mom to talk Yeah I pretty much have.