It is rightly said that leaving a person you love can be a painful experience to go through. It is even tough to find out that your ex has moved on while you’re still hung up on her thoughts. But not knowing whether she’s still into you or whether she has moved on can also is equally heart breaking. Many people fall prey to depression and experience loneliness at times.
ASK YOUR EX WHAT SHE WANTS
The best thing to do here is be frank about it and rip the band-aid off in one go, rather than keep thing about it. If you ask her if she’s still into you, there is a good chance of her coming back to you. This also depends on what terms you are in. If you guys broke up in bad terms, you need to fix it before asking her for another chance. Talk to her as a friend to understand whether she’s still in love with you or that she has moved on.
KNOW WHAT YOUR THERAPIST FEELS
On another context, if you feel your therapist is giving you mixed signals, before taking any step further, know what you want. If you’re still into your ex, getting together with anyone else might be a bad option. Apart from that, you might be in a delusion that your therapist is hitting on you. Since she is trying to help you out of a situation and she cares for you, it doesn’t mean she’s into you. This is just because she’s being paid to do so.
UNDERSTAND YOUR FEELINGS
You should ask yourself if you would like a second chance with your ex, or a new relationship, with your therapist. Choose the right person for you and then perceive them to go on a date or even share a coffee. You might be amused to find about what either one of your ex-girlfriend or your therapist is like.
DO NOT OVER-COMPLICATE THE SITUATION. GO AFTER WHOM
You think is best suited to you. Pursue your ex girlfriend if you feel you still might be into her, or your therapist, if you want a new start.