Many of us try to go back to our past relationships. Of course, sometimes there are good reasons to get back together with your ex. However, in most cases, we soon understood that the reasons for reunification were nothing more than a myth.
We will explain why these 7 most common excuses we use in such situations are actually empty shells.
This Time Everything Will Be Different.
The world is changing, so it will be different … but probably worse. According to research, partners who get together pay less attention to the positives of their relationship, focusing more on the negatives. They rarely try to fix something and love to reminisce about past grievances.
He Has Completely Changed.
People do not change. At least not quickly and for no reason. To stop even the smallest habit, it takes a strong and sincere desire, motivation, self-improvement, and time. Did your ex have it all?
No One Knows Me Better Than Him.
You are right. You spent a lot of time together. However, the fact that you know each other so well didn’t prevent the breakup, did it? Perhaps that is the reason for your breakup: there must always be some mystery in a relationship.
There Are Only Idiots Available, And I’m Unlikely To Find Someone Better.
The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. You just don’t want to see the good points of this new guy because the new relationship would take you out of your comfort zone.
He Isn’t Perfect, But He’s Mine.
The human brain is more sensitive to losses than gains. The same goes for a relationship. However, ask yourself which is better: living happily ever after with your perfect partner or living a miserable life with a “not perfect, but mine” partner.
I Don’t Have Time To Date Or Go On Dating Sites.
Meeting a new person is, above all, an opportunity to broaden your horizons. About 17% of marriages in America last year were by couples who met on dating sites.
We’re Friends For Now, And We’ll See How It Goes.
As a general rule, friendships between former partners are of low quality. These relationships do not shine with emotions and trust. And the desire to be friends with an ex can be a sign of a mental disorder.