But a text message has the right amount of ambiguity. You can’t just text anything to your ex and expect them to start feeling attracted to you.
It leaves enough doubt for your ex to wonder what is going on with you and why you are contacting them. Would you feel attracted to someone who texted you something like this?
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This curiosity gives you a unique opportunity to make them attracted to you again. You cannot simply send them anything that comes to your mind.