The main thing you are trying to do with “remembering the good times” is to get them to think about the most positive aspects of your previous relationship. This means that you are going to have to be as positive as you possibly can.

A few years later I recognized my mistake. We would talk, but the timing never worked out. Either he was single or I was but never at the same time. Over a decade later…we had both lost our mothers. After some therapy, I finally understood my triggers. I realized the way I treated him was quite bad, so I finally apologized.

Is it possible that instead of being annoyed with her for leaving you, you should see her as a saint who put up with your clueless indifference for so many years? Has it occurred to you that your insensitivity wore her down? In 1 Peter 3:7 husbands are told to “…live with your wives in an understanding way…”  I beg of you my brothers – strive to understand your wife.

I just want to let you know my friend has just started a new site where he is showing you some new and effective ways to get your ex back. If you are interested then visit his site to learn about how to get your ex back

Getting the partner to want to work at the marriage is generally one of the least effective ways to initial marriage upgrades. I like though your idea about understanding the other person better, especially if your partner is someone who doesn’t open up and talk. The more you understand your partner’s patterns and take those as given, the more you become ready for real change.

Keep in mind that a third of currently cohabiting and a fourth of married couples experienced a breakup at one point, so if your ex is still interested there is a good chance you will be able to win him or her back.[8]

It will help keep your mind off your ex (probably)- When you are busy you have less time to mope around or think about your ex. Instead of being completely miserable and depressed you are doing something constructive and dare I say having a bit of fun?

Nobody is perfect.  You’re never going to like (or even love) everything about a person, but you should be able to accept their faults. “Being a part of a healthy relationship is to be able to be accepting of one’s partner,” says Dr. Davila. “If you can’t, then you should not get back together.” Pick your battles and figure out what flaws you’ll grow to accept in your ex. If every little thing they say and do still gets under your skin, then move on. 

            Over a period of time, after a woman feels her heart condition has been ignored by the man in whom she sought protection, she decides she can tolerate no more pain. She concludes that not only is he not safe with her heart, but he poses the biggest threat to her. She finally runs away from him in desperation.

The past becomes the present. If your partner is exhibiting signs of past behavior, treating you poorly, or isn’t willing to discuss and work through the issues that broke you up in the first place, you’ll most likely need to let him or her go. You can’t create a relationship all by yourself. He or she also needs to be willing to do the work and put in the effort to make your new relationship great.

If he “guessed” that you cheated on him. And instead of talking to you like an adult he decided to leave you and date other girls then it means he is very immature and you should stay away from him. Even if you two get back together, what is to stop him from “guessing” something else about you and leave again?

To a casual observer that may sound really risky but personally I love women with that belief that after they get their boyfriend back they will be with him forever. Those are the type of women who work really hard to create that NEW and BETTER relationship.

This is what it really comes down to this at the end of the day. If it feels “right” and effortless, this is a good thing. This makes it very likely that you will get back together (and that your relationship will be happy).

Who knew a former flame just might be the perfect person for you? It’s impossible to predict what surprises are around the corner, so roll with it as best you can, and every time your partner makes your heart melt yet again, thank the universe that you took the risk of giving them another go.

I just started the no contact phase last week. It has been 3 weeks since we have broken up. She’s currently talking to someone and things are moving fast. She told me it wasn’t a rebound. So I wanted to ask when I was finish the no contact phase, should I still text her or wait until she’s single again (if she ever is.) please someone help me!

Focus on work- It is good to distract your mind for a while and what better way to do that than with work. Careful though, you don’t want to be one of those career first women and lose sight of your goal. Remember, focusing on work in this particular case should be used to take your mind of your ex boyfriend.