The love of your life has a new girlfriend — but you want him back. Do you have a chance?
We’ve all been in this dire situation: although you’ve broken up with your boyfriend, he’s moved on and you haven’t! Fair? Not by a long shot — but nothing in life IS ever fair in love and war. But can you get him back – and more importantly, should you even try?
Let’s apply this to a celebrity situation, shall we? Taylor Swift is going through something similar at the moment: although she wants to reconnect with ex-flame Taylor Lautner, he’s moved on with his Abduction co-star Lily Collins. Does Taylor have a chance at reclaiming her man, or should she just move on?
There’s no black or white answer to this question. Really, it depends on the length of your relationship and who did the breaking. In Taylor’s case, yes I do believe they have a second shot at love. Let’s not forget, it was SHE who dumped HIM, making him more vulnerable…and possibly making him feel the need to prove he can get other women. If he seriously cared about Taylor S., then Lily could be his rebound relationship (which, FYI, you NEVER EVER want to be).
Taylor 2.0 have remained friends and are clearly still in one another’s lives. I do believe, if the country music starlet plays her cards right and really apologizes to him (not just in song) that somewhere down the line, they’ll be together again.
However, in most cases, if a man has moved on to another woman he has MOVED ON. Men aren’t like women in the sense that they keep on going back to the same person. As a rule of thumb, once they’ve finished with you, they are finished for good. There are, however, exceptions to every rule…but like I always say, try to think of yourself as the rule, and not the exception. Trust me, it makes avoiding heartbreak a whole lot easier.