The violin was born in Italy during the 16th century. Andrea Amati (1511-1577), an Italian that lived during this time, was perhaps the inventor of the violin. This man was commissioned by the French king Charles IX to create these instruments. In the 16th century, violins looked very different -- they were covered with ornate drawings and paintings. Very few violins from this era still exist today, and they are considered priceless artifacts.
Knowledge of violin making continued to pass through the Amati family for several generations. Eventually, the highly prized and secret method for creating violins found its way to two men: Antonio Stradivari (1644-1737) and Andrea Guarneri (1626-1698). Violins made by Stradivari and the Guarneri family still exist and are some of the most expensive and most highly prized violins today.
Your ex is never going to miss you if you're always around. Do not call, do not write, do not UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES have "one last time" sex. Your ex knows that you'd like to get back together. If any chance of reconciliation exists, it will only happen if your ex realizes how much you meant to him or her. If there's just no chance that you and your ex will get back together, avoidance will also make getting over it easier.
My advice is to move on. But if you did the initial break up, you can get try to get your ex back, as s/he would likely still want to be with you.
Well, it depends on how you guys broke up. If you ended it, then s/he might still be hurt and not ready to come back. But give it time, and s/he most likely will be ready. If s/he ended it, then you should move on because, obviously, there were reasons s/he did it; s/he most likely won't be wanting to get back with you any time soon. Just try as hard as you can to let it go; it WONT be easy, I know, but you have to do it. Good luck!!
We don't have the ability or the right to control someone else. You can't "get him back" if he has moved on. Sometimes the best that we can do is to learn from our mistakes and live our lives, trying to avoid making the same mistakes.
Be patient and keep communication going. There is no fail-proof method, but, if it's meant to be, remaining friends can allow you to rebuild trust and a deeper devotion to one another.
I think the best thing, if the ex has left you, is to give it time. Do not search, contact, or stalk. But if s/he calls, the best thing to do is to answer and to act normally. If one starts calling or texting the other person, this will seem desperate and kind of childish. It's best, at least, to give them their space fo awhile. If there is a chance that something will happen again, be patient and wait awhile before contacting this person in a normal friendly way. When you meet, it will be clearer about whether there is still something there.
Why would you want your ex back? You need to ask yourself that. S/he's your ex for a reason.
The best thing you can do right now is to give it some time. Don't contact your ex for two weeks. Don't beg your ex to take you back. Move on with life and find a new path. Get a degree or a raise. Do things to improve yourself and make yourself attractive. Gain control over your emotions and don't think about your ex. After a month, call your ex and ask him/her out for coffee. S/he'll oblige. Talk about interesting stuff on the date and remain friendly. After a week or two of being friends, begin to flirt. Slowly, you can win your ex back.
Its simpler to get an ex back if you broke up with him/her. You may have to restore his/her faith and trust in you, which is never an easy task. Start out with simple things, such as coffee; then have lunch and then dinner. Don't hide anything from your ex and explain why you broke up in the first place. However, don't use a lame excuse. The best explanation is usually that you were going through a rough patch. If s/he broke up with you, all you have to do is to show your ex the mistake that s/he made by breaking up with you.
It's always tough after someone cheats on you. But, you need to move on. And, in order to do so, you should try to find something to occupy your time that doesn't remind you of him.
If you are this doctor's patient by the "Medical Code of Ethics" he could lose his license if he dates a patient. If you aren't his patient then there is no reason he can't ask you out on a date. If you aren't his patient and you strongly feel he's interested in you ask him out for drinks.
This is more of an add-on question than an answer. Could someone expand on the above answer? Why would the doctor have to lose his medical license, if the patient is being treated for something non threatening. Would it be OK if the patient is OK with the relationship? Is there anyway to move such a relationship in a way that would be OK to date or have a personal relationship. There has to be some way for it to be OK, in situations where the patient is not vulnerable. Ideas or thought?
you should get another doctor if you think you could have something with your current doctor. When the doctors actually become doctors they have to swear by the code of ethics, it keeps the creepy doctors from asking out everyone and keeps things professional, like most people like it to be with doctors.
The opposite sex can be kind to that other person without being wildly in love with them. If he's sweet to you, then he could just like you as a friend, so take the friendship, enjoy it and you just never know what can happen in time. Many mixed sexes are good friends and that sometimes can lead into a love relationship.