When they are initially back together, they often feel a renewed attachment and often don’t want to deal with the reasons they so often split up.
As those problem must eventually re-emerge, the subsequent breakups are likely to happen more quickly.
They are at a loss when it happens, but still feel attached to their history, friends, children, financial situation, mutual families, and a deeper caring.
After a time apart, they realize that they want to make the relationship work and are highly motivated to make that happen.
Here are some of the cues you need to be aware of: Prior History Volatile, unstable relationships that have had a history of break-ups and re-connections are often laden with unresolved issues.