This will obviously work against you – by driving him further away and reinforcing in his mind that he doesn’t want you in his life. Even if it feels good in the short run as a cathartic release of pain and frustration, in the long run it will surely drive him away from you forever.

Ok I read your post and while it helps me a little, I think my issue is a little deeper. I have a child with my EX and we have now been divorced for 10 years. We still talk friendly but everytime I think Im finally over him and let him go, He calls me and tells me that one of his friends saw a picture of me i guess on his FB and asked him if they could call me. He said no and threatened to kick this guys a**. After every conversation we have about my daughter or anything really he will tell me he loves me before we hang up. i have repeatedly told him and asked him to stop telling me that but he continues to do it cause he says he still does love me. He left me and our brand new baby at the time for some little 18 year old that he is still with today. I cant seem to get him out of my mind, no matter what I do. Im with someone else and we have twins together. I feel so bad and ashamed of myself. I just cant get over him. WHAT DO I DO?? Ive tried praying, Ive tried thinking about the pain he caused me and my daughter who wasnt given the chance to make a memory of her dad before he left us. I need help.

My god, you have described men to a ‘t’! Any man that’s rotunda having had a lot of ego & the truth is they are pussycsts underneath! Thankyou for this – it’s saved my heart as it’s reminded me of everything I already know but sealed it, no empathy and heart break after being left with our tiny baby after being very in love or atleast I thought we were! Apparently he wants to ‘be free’ and not be ‘ tied down’! Says he doesn’t love me, never did but tried! I’m a fairly ok attractive woman (just so you don’t think he pulled out bcs I have one leg or something) so much so that he begged me to get a tattoo of his initials as he loved me so much! but I pulled out. How does that work then????am mans madly in love with you, sees you vulnerable and kegs it! Nice ?

It should not be toxic, too. Your goal should be to have a better and healthy relationship that will work for the long term. Commit to taking steps that will prevent the two you from committing the mistakes you made in the past.

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.

Now realize yourself (and make a mental note right now) that many couples get together after a breakup, every single day! This is not just a fantasy, you can achieve this goal if you put your mind to it!

Know when it’s not working. If you’d been back with your ex for a while and something just isn’t right, then it may be true that you did break up for a good reason, after all. Some couples thrive on the drama of breaking up and getting back together, but there’s usually a reason why two people can’t stay together, and it’s that they just aren’t right for each other. If the same problems are creeping up again, or you or your ex just aren’t happy, then it may be time to take the relationship off life support.

According to research, it is important to focus on the best parts of the breakup and relationship, especially how they helped you grow as a person, and let yourself forget the negative experiences. One strategy to help you do this is to spend 15 to 30 minutes each day for three days in a row writing about the positive aspects of the breakup.[23]

I broke up with my ex husband last two years just because is cheating on me but right now I got him back with the help of a magician man in Ghana and we are now living happily and also planning on getting married next month so you interested let me I can help you get to help me

When you are in a serious relationship with someone it can sometimes feel like you are giving a part of your soul over to them. You are trusting that person to be careful with it, to ensure that it is protected at all times. When the person (who you gave your soul to) decides it is best to break up you will probably be left with an empty feeling.

There are many forms of love, and it has the capacity to shift, evolve, and change over time. Let the romantic love you felt evolve into a different type of love that encompasses caring and compassion for a person who had an important place in your life. This will help facilitate the healing process. A good deal of the pain we feel when a relationship ends has to do with the loss we perceive. Conceptualizing it as a transition instead of a loss can ease some of the hurt. The truth is the relationships we have in life last forever. They last in our memories, in the feelings we have when we think of them, in who we have become because of them, and in the lessons we take forward from them.

Focus on your career – Do you think that there are certain areas in your career where you are slacking off? Then now is the right time to do a bit of extra work. For instance, your love life might have caused you to spend less time and effort in the workplace or in your business. Now is the perfect time to boost your career and work on accomplishing your goals.

It is important to grieve the loss of the relationship and to feel and release the pain that resulted from the broken relationship. This takes time. Forgiving any hurts is another helpful piece of advice. This is not easy but you may slowly start to realize that UNforgiveness hurts you more than the other party. It may take a while to get over a relationship but even if you can see a little progress over time, I am sure that will encourage you. I have heard that grief doesn’t present itself in a neat package. Sometimes it is two steps forward and three back. Time also helps but I don’t necessarily think time all by itself is the answer. I hope this helps and/or encourages someone.

Immediately after a break up, we tend to panic that we have lost someone important, a soul mate and significant other permanently. We, therefore, call or text them almost all the time. Calling someone just to check on them sounds slightly clingy and there is no one man on earth that can stand a clingy women. Take time to re-discover yourself, and live your own life. Do not find little reasons to communicate with them all the time. When tempted, call a girlfriend or anyone else who can discourage that behavior.

Keep all your common friends. When you break up, don’t stop hanging out with the friends that you and your ex have in common. Instead, go hang out with your friends when invited somewhere, or go to the normal dinner in the city both of you used to attend together.[11]

I don’t know about my boyfriend but I always love him from my deep heart and want to spend rest of my life with him. I tried texting him, begging him to get back but he was not ready to create any sort of relationship with me again.