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How Would You Act And Behave?

If it were you, how would treat an ex that yea was good and bad to you, not necessarily the best, you made your own mistakes but was very cold to you which eventually led to breaking up with you after trying so hard to mend things. You finally decide to move on and the ex is back from no where, calling you and all, checking up on you. What led to the break up was me saying some words I didn't mean to him when I was mad and due to his own actions. Now the tables have turned.

Would you be mean towards the ex, cordial and friendly or which do you think is the best way to behave to the ex knowing you have already made up your mind not to get back again?

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That is too extreme for me. I would be flexible.

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Just be firm in your decision,

besides being mean never solved anything, and it'd only give you premature wrinkles

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an ex is an ex and should be in the past not the present

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Being cold is normal for me. It takes me a while to warm up to a person and only if i care to warm up to him/her. If he was absent for a long time. . .it would be the same.

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I mean I haven't seen him in a long time, though I have made up my mind not to get back again. So you think it's best to just be cordial towards him or mean?

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if you can cope with you guys being friends with no sexual benefits then yeah.

but if emotions can't be kept in check plus another fact that one party has supposedly closed that emotional chapter then it's advisable to just let it be kept closed.

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Couples break up and do come back. But then you have your reasons, whatever it is for making up your mind never to go back. But why be mean? Are you still angry at the fact you broke up? There's absolutely nothing wrong with being friends. And if you want more than that then it's your cup of tea!

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