First of all getting back together with your ex because you are lonely is not a good idea. What you are experiencing is just one of the symptoms of breakup. Everyone feels like this. And it doesn’t last forever. Secondly, acting like this is only going to make your ex less attracted to you. And even if they do feel pity for you, they are not going to get back together because of it.

I struggle with getting over her and letting go completely and finally. Most of the time I still wish there was a chance this was a rebound and maybe she’ll check in from time to time. But I don’t know how to not think that. She is still what I want, is that even right of me to think after everything she has done with her 60 days?

Money is one of the biggest stressors in a marriage. Couples worry and argue about it constantly. If you find you and your spouse are starting to badger each other over the bottom line, it’s time to have a penny-pinching powwow. “We are all guilty of something economists call ‘passive decision-making,’ which just means defaulting to the easy option,” says Jenny Anderson, coauthor of Spousonomics: Using Economics to Master Love, Marriage, and Dirty Dishes. “Couples need to make an active plan about how they will manage their money: Combine it? Separate it? Create a joint account and keep some separate? Whatever the decision, both people have to be part of the decision to do it and then figure out what needs to be done to keep the system humming.”

Although texting and talking over the computer is a common way to communicate in an established relationship, intimate discussions like this should be held in person. Invite your ex over for dinner or head out to your favorite coffee shop.

Find out if the timing is already right this time. Do you feel like both of you can already devote time, heart, and energy to make the relationship work? If yes, then your relationship is definitely worth the second chance. Just make sure that the feelings of love are still there.

At one time you were dating this person. Maybe it was serious, maybe it was casual. Whatever the facts you need to accept that your old relationship is dead. Not only that but you want it to stay dead. A lot of times women make the mistake of picking up right where they left off whenever they do get their ex back.

So this is my story, I met a girl in college who is a couple years younger than me and throughout that year and the next we just had an unbelievable relationship. We would talk everyday and occasionally see each other on weekends. I knew she liked me through her friends and she knew I liked her, but we never were official boyfriend and girlfriend, but there were times when we both hinted at that outcome. I told her that I want her in my life and she wanted me to be in her life, but not in the same way. I texted her saying I couldn’t be just friends with her and that I’ll always have love for her because she was the first person I fell in love with in my life. 8 months ago I made a huge mistake and went over to her house back home unannounced and did it so no one would know I was there to drop off a handwritten letter after texting her; I went over to her house 3 times because the first two times I was afraid of what she would think if I did that when I hadn’t been over there before. This mistake backfired on me and she found out I had been stopping by her house a couple times before, and it creeped her out now she has blocked me on every social media accounts and I haven’t talked to her in 8 months. I’ve been thinking a lot about her like everyday morning, during, and at night before I go to sleep, and even dream about her. I know she isn’t my ex but in other peoples eyes she was definitely more than just a friend to me, and I want nothing more to have her back in my life, but I’m pretty sure she hates me and doesn’t want anything to do with me anymore. What should I do? I moved across country for work, but found out some family stuff is going on that I might have to move back home to where she and I both live, and I know that once I do I’ll be reminded of the fact that I lost the only girl I cared about and it is killing me inside. Asking for advise on what to do, and if there is anything I can do to make her trust me again and hopefully someday have her back in my life

Getting back together is a learnable skill. The things you do immediately after your breakup can determine whether you’ll win your girlfriend back, or whether you’ll scare her completely off by making all the wrong moves.

Okay, one thing you going to her house is just messed up. No way you are gonna get her back with that. And Girls have PMS all the time I’m sure she didn’t mean it! Just you need to text her not go to her house or call her or set up a date or what ever! Tell her how you feel and if she feels the same way then call her. Take it step by step, little baby ones, not engagement on the 2nd date, that will freak her out! Let her know you’re there for her whenever you need her!

In most cases, couples break up because they fail to communicate properly with each other. If you had an unhappy relationship, then commit to preventing the same problem again by setting clear expectations.

The second is to make her jealous by dating another girl, ideally a hotter one. But again, if you’re not in the mindset to do this because you’ve got other stuff that needs dealing with in your life, then this could lead to a slippery slope to an even deeper, darker place…

Men and women have different points of view when it comes to talking. Men have a tendency to stay quiet about what troubles them, especially if it does not involve their partners. Women on the other hand have the innate ability to sense these things and feel left out when it’s not shared with them. So remember, despite some people saying men and women are from different planets, talking to each other is always important.

Love is life and essence of living freely. It is that most important factor that not only bonds men with their GOD but also with the individuals on earth. For many of the people around, it is a matter of life and death to be in a relationship and one that resides too. We have seen such committed people who are dedicated to their loved ones for their entire life. But their numbers are less and are very difficult to find.

Since you guys shared a meaningful relationship, there would be a chance for you guys getting back together but you have to work on those issues first or the same problems would occur again. I suggest applying NC and spending time and focus on those issues like trust, insecurities and overthinking. Understand why you feel this way and try to change it. The best thing you can contribute in getting back together is to change yourself as that’s always the most effective.

Determine specifically what each of you needs and wants from the relationship. Ask, “What do you feel like you weren’t getting before?” and “What can we do to help you get that from the relationship?” Similarly, tell her what it is you need–without being accusatory–and figure out how the two of you can help you get that.

The week in advance method is just like it sounds. You call him a week in advance and ask him out. The obvious advantage to this is that he has time to clear his schedule and make time for you ;). The obvious disadvantage is that you are laying a lot of your cards on the table and rejection will certainly hurt your feelings. Speaking of rejection… [otp_overlay]