How can you mend a broken relationship with your boyfriend?
First off you have to be brutally honest with yourself and ask yourself what problems the 2 of you had and why the break-up. If you fought all the time, and either you or your boyfriend didn't want to share, then it's not a good relationship. If he cheated on you, flirted with your girlfriends, was out with his buddies too much and never kept dates with you, then consider yourself lucky and don't go back. If he's a nice guy, then I'd call him and ask if you could meet somewhere. Communication is everything and so tell him you still care about him and realize you both have to work at your relationship and you're willing to give it your best shot. Whether dating someone or marriage or even friendships we all have to work at each one of these to make them work. If he doesn't want to get back together please don't take it to heart, but realize there is someone else out there much better suited to you. Good luck Marcy
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Answer . Yes.If both parties agree.
There is no known conventional medicine that can mend a broken heart, time can though
I am in this situation as we speak_ you have quite a few choices you become very good friends ; get back together : or talk it out & have no connections to each other
Simply sew flip flop using needle and thread, then you can wear it again!
There are 3 phases shown below. 1. Reactive Phase After fracture, the first change seen by light and electron microscopy is the presence of blood cells within the tissues… which are adjacent to the injury site. Soon after fracture, the blood vessels constrict, stopping any further bleeding. Within a few hours after fracture, the extravascular blood cells form a blood clot, known as a hematoma . All of the cells within the blood clot degenerate and die. Some of the cells outside of the blood clot, but adjacent to the injury site, also degenerate and die. Within this same area, the fibroblasts survive and replicate. They form a loose aggregate of cells, interspersed with small blood vessels, known as granulation tissue. 2. Reparative Phase Days after fracture, the cells of the periosteum replicate and transform. The periosteal cells proximal to the fracture gap develop into chondroblasts which form hyaline cartilage. The periosteal cells distal to the fracture gap develop into osteoblasts which form woven bone. The fibroblasts within the granulation tissue develop into chondroblasts which also form hyaline cartilage. These two new tissues grow in size until they unite with their counterparts from other parts of the fracture. These processes culminate in a new mass of heterogenous tissue which is known as the fracture callus . Eventually, the fracture gap is bridged by the hyaline cartilage and woven bone, restoring some of its original strength. The next phase is the replacement of the hyaline cartilage and woven bone with lamellar bone. The replacement process is known as endochondral ossification with respect to the hyaline cartilage and bony substitution with respect to the woven bone. Substitution of the woven bone with lamellar bone precedes the substitution of the hyaline cartilage with lamellar bone. The lamellar bone begins forming soon after the collagen matrix of either tissue becomes mineralized. At this point, the mineralized matrix is penetrated by channels, each containing a microvessel and numerous osteoblasts. The osteoblasts form new lamellar bone upon the recently exposed surface of the mineralized matrix. This new lamellar bone is in the form of trabecular bone. Eventually, all of the woven bone and cartilage of the original fracture callus is replaced by trabecular bone, restoring most of the bone's original strength. 3. Remodeling Phase The remodeling process substitutes the trabecular bone with compact bone. The trabecular bone is first resorbed by osteoclasts, creating a shallow resorption pit known as a "Howship's lacuna". Then osteoblasts deposit compact bone within the resorption pit. Eventually, the fracture callus is remodelled into a new shape which closely duplicates the bone's original shape and strength.
Time, acceptance of your situaiton and, if you mean literally, a 5-man cardio team :}
Most likely he is embarressed to be with you, his mates might not be to fond of you.
I use crazy glue myself.
Yes it can and iam a girl and it happened to me Call her tell her you luv her and see what is wrong in your relationship and try to work it out and see wat she want to make be…tter and she how she feels
with superglue, apprently prick-stick works too.
Yes if he is willing. If he is not, you're wasting your time.
Meet face to face, and discuss the issue -- preferably with someone uninvolved as a referee, such as a counselor or therapist. Blood runs deep...and so do resentments of relat…ives. This will require determined work from both of you.
from bree_bree: if u really love the person do what comes to ur heart tell them how u fell and if they dont love u bak then u have to let them go.. that is the best thing to d…o
Only if you are between the ages of 3 and 12
Well, you are going to have to tell that person that they will have to earn their trust. If they are willing to wait and mend the marriage, they truly love you, but if not, wa…tch out, you may want to start thinking about divorce.
Most of the common mishaps that can happen with an iPod can be fixed. The touch screen is replaceable, there are methods for drying wet devices and the backlight can be replac…ed or repaired. Most of these are fixes that can be done at home, either with common household items or in some cases using parts easily obtained on sites like eBay.
There are many steps that one needs to take when mending a broken collarbone. The bone needs to be reset and then held in one place for it to mend. It is suggested that one g…o to a doctor for help.