Then out of the blue (they seem to have an in-built homing device that ensures that they choose you at just the right time), he makes contact with you, and suddenly you’re thinking ‘What if? The contact may continue and again, you may end up rekindling things.
Whatever it is that he chooses to do, you end up being suckered into being The Yo-Yo Girl, that woman that keeps returning to the scene of the crime and seems to have a trail of unfinished business in her life, or ‘boomerang relationships’.
He was fed up with the financial burden the job had become.
Childcare costs and commute were draining my earnings.
I would have called to discuss this but i am presently at Sea serving in the Navy and there's a restriction on phone calls here.
I am buying it for my brother and i want it to be a surprise gift.
Generally he’s the one to end it, although sometimes you do because you get sick and tired of the ambiguity, and then you try to get on with your own life.
This is when he’ll play it one of two ways: He’ll bring out the friend card and ‘keep in touch’ with you via phone, text, email etc, so that you never really get to wash him out of your hair, and his ego ensures that he is keeping one foot in your life and making his presence felt while he gets on with his own life.
Unfortunately the agent cannot bring cash or pay on my behalf as he doesn't handle third party payments.
It means he also gets to keep tabs on whether you’re moving on.
Of course, at the first sign of you moving on, he ups the contact or even turns up on your doorstep to rekindle things.
If you’ve ever had a ‘relationship’ that can’t seem to end with a guy that keeps turning up like a bad penny, it’s because you’re in a ‘boomerang relationship‘.
No matter how many times you get ‘chucked away’, you keep returning.