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I think anything is possible, however, best to be prepared and informed before you jump the gun. First, are you both single? If so, this makes it much simpler. If not, I would strongly advise not to attempt a rekindling of this kind. I would ask in an open & honest conversation face to face. Talk about how you feel about your ex & what you would like to happen between you. If you move forward, be cautious of one thing. Becoming a couple all over again. This is more than likely going to happen as sex is difficult to have without developing feelings for one another. In all cases, you can never have your cake & eat it too. Especially if you have had strong feelings for this person in the past. Might be easier and less painful to just let go of this idea/person and move on. Become one with yourself and eventually develop a relationship with a new partner. Let me know how it goes!
I think you already know the answer to this one!😉Yes, I think you should talk to her about it. It sounds like you both still love each other & you can work through whatever kinks lead to your breakup in the first place. If you can't, what do you have to lose anyway? Worth a shot.
I would definitely rather be poor & truly happy. Rich to me means living a life of freedom, love, fulfillment, purpose & joy. The question about the soulmate; well, I honestly believe I will never have to make any decision. The person I am meant to be with is out there & when it's the right time, he will walk into my life. It will feel right, perfect, natural, flowing and uncomplicated. Things always work out the way they are supposed to. There are no coincidences.
I conquer my fears by facing them! That's the only way. I repeat mantra's to myself on how I am capable and strong and I do my best! If I fail, I get back up & do it all over again until I have succeeded.
Yes I do. Because I've experienced it!
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No, I wouldn't call it "wrong." Some pleasure themselves more than others.
The only way is to let go. It's an art really. Learning to love yourself is everyone's unique journey. Usually, when the pain of staying the same becomes greater than the fear of change the process may begin. Be gentle with yourself. Know you are not alone. Connect with others who are in a positive head space as much as possible.
Long johns & a baggy button up