Recently my boyfriend of three years and i broke up.
The process of breaking up has been hard, it was my longest and honestly the most passionate and emotional relationship i have ever had. We still talk and struggle with not giving in with the comforts of one another, because we do both still care for one another yet we know that we need to go separate ways and we support each other in it. He has already gotten a lot of things done that he has been wanting to and traveled, just in the few weeks we have been apart. There is a bit of jealousy there and sadness but i am learning to let him go. During these few weeks i received an email from an ex. A very sexy ex that i had only dated probably three weeks or so and it ended rather badly. He tells me that he has moved to Seattle and gotten this great job and has his own place and he has been thinking about me a lot. So he thought he would contact me and say he would fly me up there for a visit if i wanted and show me around Seattle (which I have not been to) and he left his number. So I called him up and just caught up since it has been 4 or 5 years since we dated. We get to talking about friendship and relationships and life and yadda yadda and the conversation ended well. We have spoken on and off for a couple of weeks now and just last night he called and for some reason we were talking about marriage and he asked me to marry him…. it seemed jokingly but it was a little odd. The conversation ended well. I have enjoyed talking with him but is this just rebound issues? Should I go visit him? Being in this town and so close my ex had been hard that an escape sounds nice. Should I tell my recent ex? We have been behaving like friends, would this cross a line?
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