Relationship breakups are really heart breaking. It is disappointing to live without the person you love most in your life. You are ready to do anything to get your ex back, you are ready to beg to your ex to get back in your life. WAIT! Read this carefully this is not the right way to get your ex-boyfriend or ex-girlfriend back.

Now the first one we got is the blaming your own self. This is important to note that in the depressive mood, every individual who was in a relationship thinks of himself as the sole responsible of the issue. He blames himself of being more talkative or spending extra time with someone other than his girlfriend.

I again want to mention it is important to act happy, cheerful and calm when talking with your ex-girlfriend. Let the conversation unfold and allow her to lead the conversation. If she is bringing the relationship into the conversation, then it is fine to enter in the line of discussion but make sure you are not the one who is bringing it up.

And unlike other books and courses that provide advice on using persuasion, tricks, games, and manipulation tactics that are ineffective, this course offers counter-intuitive psychological strategies for getting your ex-girlfriend back – strategies that have been proven effective through personal experience as well as over 1,200 personal consultations with men.

Now the first step is the understanding step required to raise the maturity level on your end. We know that you had been living in a relationship for quite a sometime and you consider that to be best. But the point is, do you ever tried to think what your girlfriend actually needs in you. What she was hoping to get from you? Or did you only thought about How to Get Your Ex Girlfriend Back, after breaking from her?

That needs to change. We need to get you behaving and coming across in a more attractive manner, when you meet up with her in person. This takes practice so it is something you should get started with right away as soon as you begin the No Contact Period. That way, when you go to meet with her after no contact, she’s gonna ‘just feel’ that you have a sexier presence. That’s how it works, they can’t explain it, they ‘just feel’ it.

About a week and half from now she’s leaving for a 3 month Masters program in New York. I’ve asked her to get dinner one last time, just her and I, before she leaves. Am I wrong to let her know that while I won’t ask her to make a decision now and I wont be sitting around waiting, I’d love to give us another shot when she’s back if neither of us have found something new by then? I want to let her know that while I respected her decision to take some time herself and never begged, I also never stopped wanting her.

That being said, my opinion is that you are probably better off in a relationship that is not so emotionally unstable… I would advice you to go “no contact” for sometime… If she asks, tell her you need space and time to think things out. Hopefully she can respect your wishes… Use the time to reflect on what’s important to you and your life… If you could connect with hotter, cooler women, is your ex still the one you want to spend the rest of your life with?

Unless one problem in the relationship was your independence; you should be more independent than last time. Don’t build your social schedule around your boyfriend’s, and spend more time with friends or just doing your own thing.

Tuck away those reminders so you’re not drawing into that feeling of longing every time you walk by them. Your home should be a place where you can relax from your day to day worries – there’s no need to make it a shrine to one worry in particular. Remembering the good times can feel nice for a minute, but it will only make moving on even harder. Once you put away the reminders, you’ll find it easier to stop missing her.

But sometime in the first few months of living together — between starting new internships, fighting over how often the dishes were done, waging war against cockroaches, and spending less and less time together — we stopped being girlfriends and slipped back into just being friends.

That’s good Emily, initiate No Contact first and give both parties some space to let go of any negative emotions or thoughts. He may very well be serious about the possibility of working out, but that’s definitely not something that can be achieved right now.

If you can answer yes to any of those questions, then this one isn’t for you. That doesn’t mean that it won’t ever be for you, of course — many times, friendship with an ex is something that’s only realistic six months or a year down the line, once you’ve both had time to grow apart and gain some critical distance from the intensity of the relationship and the pain of the breakup. 

Yes, now I know that I had feelings in it. I was picking up fights because I was afraid of them. That is why I want to start it again with feelings and without fears. I wanna give it a chance. Yesterday I wrote him: I written down what I have learnt about myself during the relationship but I did not mentioned that I wanted him back or anything similar. He read it in a minute but no answer. I was not surprised. (Basically I was surprised because he read it immediately.)As for no contact rule, I feel our relationship was different: I was not clingy. Not that was the problem, quite the opposite. I feel I have to give him a way to communicate. Or am I wrong? [otp_overlay]