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Tuesday January 6, 2009 7:28 pm
He Crushed You and Now He Wants You Back
So I sat there and wondered would he actually take her back? I tried to discuss with my husband and he looked at me like, “Are you seriously asking me about The Bachelor?” Obviously the show will get great ratings, but Jason looked truly shocked when she returned. Afterall, she crushed him on national television.
What would you do if the ex that crushed you all of a sudden came back and said “I made a huge mistake”? We all dream of that moment, don’t we? But the dream seems to change as time goes by. In the beginning of a break-up, you really want him back, so you take him. After awhile, you want him to profess his undying love and foolish mistake so you can say, “Sorry, but I don’t want you anymore” - the ulitmate payback.
The truth is if a guy wants you back, you should do what you feel is right. If he was a terrible boyfriend in the first place, well maybe you don’t want to go down that road again. But maybe the relationship ended too soon, and deep down, you want to give this person a second chance. You really need to think about giving someone a second chance. Is he worthy of your time again? Will he hurt you again?
For the new Bachelor, Jason, he actually got down on one knee and got rejected… that’s harsh. Who knows if he’ll give her another chance but it definitely makes for good TV.
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