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Thanks for sharing your story. I feel like, due to your histories, distance is really necessary. Don’t let the emotional floodgates run rampant. Let her miss you and continue focussing on your personal development and the rest will fall in to place.

Ouch! That definitely hurts. Nevertheless, if you get a response like this you just have to be polite, positive and collected. Remember, you are the one that has to be in control. You may have made one of the following mistakes:

The best thing I can recommend you do to do both of these things is to read 10 Steps to Gain Husbandly Leadership. It’s a “pay what you want” guide to stepping up and becoming the man your wife wants.

You first need to develop clarity regarding the situation that led to your breakup in the first place. To fully understand the breakup, there are several key questions you’ll need to answer yourself, such as:

References to the past, encouragement for the future…in short, everything suggests you are moving past the breakup. But what direction are you heading? That is your “hook”, and you disguise it with the ultra-positive tone, and subtle flirting.

My experience is that some abusers are genuinely willing to learn and to apply what they learn so that they cease their controlling and abusive ways (note: the controlling stance as well as the explicit abuse must change for the future to look promising).

This is my story; I met my girlfriend after she just got out of a five year relationship (two married) and they together have a child. We started hanging out and it gradually became something incredibly meaningful. Then one day she woke up and told me she didn’t know what she wanted and seperated from each other for about a week and a half. I gave her the space she needed, and then after that short period she realized she missed me and I took her back. We then started getting more serious in our relationship even to the point of moving in with her and her child. Everything was great until, again, she got scared and left me again. She told me and her friends and family that I’m exactly what she sees in her future and wants to be with me, but she’s just not ready for anything serious. She doesn’t know what she wants. I understand it’s because of her recent divorce and she doesn’t know how to cope, and no I don’t think she wants her husband back because he’s with somebody else. She hasn’t had time to do anything she wanted for a long time, being by herself and she wishes she was ready with me. I have done my best to give her the space she needs, as I want her to be happy and also be with me. Two times is hard enough on me, but those things of still feeling everything will be okay are still there, hope I guess. I know she still loves me. I just want to know should I still follow the plan???

Let the conversation naturally progress. If your ex is doing great and reports that he or she is seeing other people, you might decide not to waste your time trying to convince him or her to get back together. But if your ex seems to harbor feelings for you, you can gradually bring up the possibility of giving things another try.

Never hold your life always keep yourself busy. Keeping yourself busy is the best away to remove from the painful feelings of breakup. Additionally, you can use this space to work on watching Brad’s Ex Factor videos and reading this how to get your ex back guide.

3. Many think it’s romantic to try and win someone back—they may even encourage the effort. But when I asked these same romantic optimists if it ever worked for them, 100% responded “no.” One person did report that his reconstituted relationship was “okay for a while,” but that it eventually fell apart; hence his motto: “When you go back with someone, you find out within days why you left in the first place.”