Dating with your ex
Nevertheless, it always feels good to know that you’re being missed by a once-special-someone, doesn’t it?
If you're thinking of reconnecting with a former love at the holidays, you're not alone.
If things go well when you reunite over the holidays and you decide to start dating your ex, keep the communication going.
Sending only a text message to say that you had a great time instead of calling the next day won't win her heart.
[Read: 10 signs your past relationship is holding you back from a happy future] #2 The missing signs. If an ex still likes you, they’d behave in a very warm and friendly manner even after the break up.
Does your ex make it a point to share their gloomy attitude with everyone else in the world? In fact, they’d be warmer and more loving than you can ever remember.
The next thing you know, you're projecting into the future wondering if you should ask him or her to the office holiday party. What are the rules and proper etiquette for recycling an ex at the holidays? There's no reason to compare bad date stories or wonder how many people your ex went to bed with. They simply don't need to know what happened during your hiatus. You might think the familiarity should allow you to accelerate things, but being a "Debbie or Donnie Downer" will turn him or her away faster than you can imagine.