It does sound as if you are reading far too much into your ex accidentally phoning you. This is perfectly natural, as you are unlikely to be thinking rationally and probably prone to over-analysing even the smallest of detail.
Continue with no contact. If your ex wants to speak to you, he needs to make the call, not you.
My girlfriend broke up with me seven days ago. I was obsessed with contacting her for the first six days. However, she told me she needed some space. Yesterday was my first day of no contact, and it was painful. My birthday is coming up in four weeks time. What advice can you give me in case she texts me to wish me happy birthday?
My girlfriend and I broke up after nine years. Her family did not like me. The relationship went downhill fast, once we got engaged, eight months prior to the breakup. I was verbally abusive as I tried to push her away. I screwed up and made every breakup mistake possible, including yelling and cursing at her whole family. She was barely responding to me, so I started the no contact rule seven days ago. I've heard nothing from her yet. Do I have a chance getting her back?
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