Will he regret losing me?
That’s the most frequent question every woman asks herself after ending a relationship.
In fact, some of us don’t even ask ourself, we take that question and turn it into a vow.
We swear to God that he WILL regret losing us.
Well, that’s anger and hurt talking.
That’s not exactly what we feel at that moment.
It’s more of a vindictive instinct rather than a true feeling.
When we get dumped, we only feel pain and humiliation.
We mope around, wondering how it all got to the point we are at now.
That can get pretty frustrating.
One moment, you have a best friend by your side and the next, you’re completely alone.
The next moment that best friend is not your friend anymore.
His title has become ex-boyfriend, your ex-boyfriend definitely responsible for losing you as he will realize later on.
So, yes… I have the answer to your question and the answer is YES!
He WILL regret losing a good woman like you. Stay with me to find out how to recognize when that moment comes.
1. He calls you often
Although he broke up with you, he is still in contact with you.
This can be interpreted in two ways.
Firstly, maybe he really doesn’t have any romantic feelings left for you but he wants to remain friends’ he wants to keep what you had alive and turn it into friendship.
Secondly, it’s very possible that he truly regrets his decision and that’s why he’s calling and texting you.
It’s very possible that all the friends stuff is pure BS and the true intention behind his behavior is simple—he wants you back.
The only way you’re going to find out what his intentions are is if you carefully look at his behavior and the reason why he chooses to do something related to you.
For example, why is he calling you?
How often is he calling you?
Is he calling you right after you broke up or a few weeks after?
The last question is particularly important.
The time he’s calling you has a great influence on what is really going on inside his mind.
For example, if he’s calling you right after you broke up, or the day after or even a week after, he is probably feeling guilty, which means it’s not real regret.
But if some time passes, two weeks or more, and he starts to call you then you should probably start thinking in ‘ex regret’ mode.
2. He knows he screwed things up with a good woman
Men sometimes don’t know how to appreciate something they have at that exact moment.
At that time, he has no idea he will be regretting whatever hasty decision he is making.
After breaking up with you, he will remember how spending time with you made his life more beautiful.
For some reason, he has given up on everything you had and now he aches for the serious relationship he had with you.
Maybe the timing wasn’t right for him, maybe he was too inexperienced to invest his time and love in you.
Whatever the reason is and it’s possible that he didn’t even have a reason, he is crying over the true love he once had.