If you are starting with a raw image from Lightroom you don't get those options at all. Whatever state the raw image is in, that is what is sent to Photoshop. When you're finished editing in Photoshop you are given the option to save the changes, and if you choose to do so that create a new file that will be returned to Lightroom. Different story, however, if the image being sent from Lightroom is not a raw image. If it isn't, then you will get those other options.
Oh indeed this is with RAW images... PS saves them as TIFF but those TIFF are not the modified original they have the corrections of LR.
IN these 2 image i start with a picture in LR with several settings, Press CTRL-E, In PS i only typed the word EDITED, the File Save and capture the result in LR again
Is it not possible to edit the original file without the edits (Yes i could do RESET)
The word EDITED that you added in Photoshop and saved becomes part of the saved TIF file. I guess I'm not understanding your question. I don't see how you can expect to go back and edit the "original" without that caption.
I'm trying to understand which file you want to edit?
Are you saying you want to edit the LR .nef file without the cropping as shown in the top screen shot?
That is correct Tony_See. I would expect that the CTRL_E would send the whole image to PS, not just the selected portion with all the exposure corrections