• so-reading you question i can only ask "what's the problem?" tell her you want to be with her and grow together-and mean it. but why's she the ex? regardless of the aswer refer to the first paragraph
  • Pyro,you may not like my answer but as a friend,it is my duty to inform you that you are experiencing an obession with this woman.this is not good and it will never work. your inexperience tells you,nothing compares to her.there is where you are wrong.she is an ex,let her go.get yourself another girlfriend and love her just as much or is quite common to keep remembering the one that eluded you.that's life,you loose some,you win some.cut your losses and move on. it's only a woman can solve a woman's problem.
  • Of course you should tell her you feel - how is she to know if you don't? Why did you break up? Why are you using lower-case <i>? Are you so low on self-esteem that you don't feel worthy of her? You have to respect yourself to gain her respect. Go to her, explain yourself to her, respect yourself. If she doesn't want to know, respect her wishes and move on. Then gain more respect for yourself and find someone who does want you. Good Luck.
  • Tell her how you feelbecause if you don't you will never know what will happen.
  • The fact that you said you'd die for her tells me the relationship may be a bit on the unhealthy side. ;) You could tell her how you feel, if it really makes you feel better, but personally I'd move on.
  • I know it is very hard, however, if she has told you that it is over, you need to accept it and move on. The pain will ease with time. You need to get out with friends and do things. Have fun... Keep yourself active. Just remember you can not make someone love you. They either do or they do not. Good luck. Someday when you least expect it, you will meet someone.
  • If you haven't told her since you broke up, tell her how you feel, because the worst that will happen is she'll say no and turn you down. If she does say no, there isn't anything to make is stop hurting, but to learn to slowly let it go, and eventually to find someone else (not like a rebound, but an eventual relationship).
  • Either way, just make sure you get your stuff back before you tell her.
  • Personally I would just move on, but if you feel like it's something you need to say to her to move on or find out if you two can makes things work, then do it. I have always thought that exes are exes for a reason. Just think about why it ended and if that has the potential to come up again I would walk away. You don't want to waste time trying to fix the past when you can let go and move on to something new and better.
  • defo tell her
  • Definitely tell her. Not only will you feel better, but it will not leave your mind with "what ifs". If she wants nothing to so with you after that, then respect her wishes and move on and open the dorr for someone greater to come into your life. I do know if my ex and I would've communicated properly after we broke up we would be back together now with a better understanding of each other. We both wited too long too late. Tell her...
  • Tell her how you feel but try not to get your hopes up too much.
  • Why would she break up with you if there were no problems? That must mean that there were. Not everything is as perfect as it seems.
  • Give it TIME! YOU WILL HEAL. Best of luck to you.
  • move on, you both have to want each other.
  • you have to try man you need to tell her how you feel these peopple who tell you to move on dont know what real love feels like ur experiencing it take it from someone who knows if u dont at least tell her and try getting her back your gonna be kicking yourself and its gonna kill you on the inside you gotta do it
  • I would tell her gently how you feel, don't overwhelm her, but you should tell her. The truth can't hurt. =) Good luck, I hope I helped.
  • Does she love you? If yes than tell her whats in your heart...You got nothing to lose if she does not love you than move owe it to yourself
  • If she is your "ex" their must have been some problems which are why you broke up. A case of now that she is gone she is somehow more valuable. Best you can do is learn from the experience and move on.

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