Basically, you're going to have to throw yourself at his feet, but don't be surprised if he blows you off or, maybe, just uses you. You dumped him, remember? Why should he want you back? I've often seen this question and its variants. It's like asking, "I go fishing and use all the right tackle and bait, but this one particular fish won't bite, so how can I make it take the bait and stick the hook in its mouth?" The answer is, you can't. You can't force a guy to take you back any more than you can force a fish to take the bait. The best you can do is present the bait as naturally and honestly as you can. If he bites, great. If not, find another fishing hole. =What Lessons have you learned?= Try reasoning with your ex boyfriend that people make mistakes all the time and apologize to him. Many women never realize when they are going with a nice guy how very fortunate they are. I love the post "Try to accept failure" and it's put very well. You've hurt your ex a great deal and unless it's been a few months you have obviously never learned anything and matured from your mistakes. It's OK to make mistakes, but if you learn nothing from them then you'll just keep stumbling around in circles and you'll be the loser. Give it a try and ask if you can talk to him and if you have changed you had better mean it!
Either change yourself for your spouse or end the relationship and move on
The Real World - 1992 Kevin and Eric Mend Their Relationship was released on: USA: 18 June 1992
With a needle and thread, she'll mend the hole in your jacket. Unfortunately, only time can truly mend a broken heart. It would be a tragedy if you are unable to mend the relationship with your dad before he passes away. Dad used a bit of string to mend the torn volleyball net. Grandma always carries a sewing kit incase she has to mend something unexpectedly.
Feelings will come and go. Feelings will be hurt and are hard to mend. What matters are keeping the commitments and trust in a relationship, regardless of feelings.
No, mend is a verb.
The opposite of mend is to break.
Tell them that you still have feelings for them and that you would like to start over and hope that they will give you another chance.
He probably discovered that you were good for him. It is easier to mend a broken relationship that to start afresh.
This dream suggests that your subconscious mind knows it is time to mend this relationship.
yes , i can mend my flash drive. but i can't mend write protect error. i mend 'can't format error, firmware damage error'.
When it leaks. If it ain't broke don't mend it
Mend means to fix something.
The future tense is "will mend"
Make do and mend is where in world war 2 women where persuaded to mend there family's old clothes. Make do and mend is where in world war 2 women where persuaded to mend there family's old clothes. Make do and mend is where in world war 2 women where persuaded to mend there family's old clothes. Make do and mend is where in world war 2 women where persuaded to mend there family's old clothes. Make do and mend is where in world war 2 women where persuaded to mend there family's old clothes. Make do and mend is where mothers patched up holes in clothes with old clothes that don't fit anyone.
For our sins to be forgiven. It assures all of God's love and mercy on us. It's purpose is to mend the damaged relationship with oneself and God, or even to strengthen their relationship.
It can be literally repairing breaks or weak spots in a fence, or it can be an idiom for repairing a "broken" friendship or other relationship.
The past tense of mend is mended.
Mend. I will mend this for you.
The word 'mend'.
Some antonyms for mend are break and tear.
I can give you several sentences.I can mend your torn shirt tomorrow.Mend your ways before you get into trouble.You can mend your fences with Megan and become friends again.
"On the mend" means "recovering", usually from an illness or injury.
The past participle of mend is mended.
How can you mend my broken heart.