When we break up, there’s a reason (even if it’s a naff one!
), and many times I’ve seen people reconcile when the original reason still remains.
His mother, Tivica Muhammad, told the Miami Herald that the men in her family, dating back to Brad’s great-grandfather, have struggled with drugs and alcohol.
Brad’s grandfather, Lee “Bocat” Green, died in prison at age 47.
So I’d recommend that if your ex comes back, just when you’re starting to feel good again and truly moving on, that you have a really cold, hard think about whether or not letting them back in is the way to go. By that I mean you, your ex, your kids, family, friends etc.
Often as tempting as it is at the time, it’s often no really best to reconcile, in the long run…If you’re starting to get life back on track after a breakup, why not continue to heal more?
You just started feeling happier, more confident and maybe even starting to fancy someone new?
I had one “off and on relationship” that lasted a year and it took a further two to fully extricate myself from.
Florida International University cornerback Brad Muhammad knows what it’s like to sit in the relentlessly blazing Miami sun — for days, weeks, months and years — waiting for a chance to restart his dream.
For nearly four years, Muhammad, now 22, sat in the stands of FIU’s football stadium, alone, watching spring and fall practices, “taking mental notes.” Practice after practice, he would watch and then visit with FIU’s coaches, essentially begging for a chance to rejoin the team from which he had been dismissed.
Apply the “wait and see” principle, and if your ex then make him or or her wait a bit.
Prove that it’s not just their ego that’s at play here.