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I need help understanding why my ex keeps looking at me ?

Asked by kadi (7points) March 9th, 2010

i was with my ex for over a year, we had many ups and downs over this time but one month ago he said things were finished totally out of the blue, as we work together i knew this would be awkward but for the first two weeks he totally ignored me walked out of rooms etc when i walked in. Then over night he suddenly changed to following me into room needing computers were i was when there were free ones else where, hovering around my working area and staring at me all the time. I have left that work place because i had already put my notice in as i was starting a new job so we could get money together to get a house together, and don’t really understand why he changed over night when i was in my last week where he wouldn’t have to see me again anyways. what does this mean alot of people say he is regretting his decision are they right?

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lilikoi's avatar

I think it could be the opposite – that he is over you. But it sounds like you’re not over him, something you should probably work on.

Brian1946's avatar

It means that he loves you, wants you, and that you’re pergnint. :-P

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

He either needs to man up and tell you that or get lost.

thriftymaid's avatar

Don’t worry about what it means. The relationship is over and he hasn’t contacted you. Put him behind you.

PandoraBoxx's avatar

Are you living together or just working together?

partyparty's avatar

Perhaps you are seeing something that isn’t really there.
Make a new start in your new job.
He was able to tell you it was over, so equally he should be man enough if he feels he has made a mistake. Try to move on.

marinelife's avatar

Do not think about him. You are in a new job and have moved on. It may not mean anything.

Val123's avatar

He hasn’t been able to find anyone else to have sex with.

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