Finally, I said we’ll go no contact for 2 months to sort out our thoughts, contacting only on the last day of May and she agree. I hurt her so much by not spending Christmas with her, not spending new year’s eve and new year with her and as well as Valentine’s day with her.

When it comes to past relationships, there’s a harsh reality: You can’t go back, as the past cannot be changed. Going back means only one thing: Repeating past situations and mistakes. When you revisit an old flame, you can only start a new relationship, perhaps with some history, but it still has to be new. Otherwise, you risk repeating behaviors and actions that broke you up in the first place.

Many people think that looking back at the past relationship is just too tortuous and a waste of time. These people believe that they can’t change their past and instead want to know things that they can fix now and get back with their ex.

How to get an ex back through reverse psychology? Well you can start by engaging in their game of bluff! I hear people tell me the following all the time: “my ex says they don’t love me anymore”; or “My ex boyfriend said that he still has feelings but that it’s probably best that we stop seeing each other”; or “My ex girlfriend says that all she wants is for me to find someone else and to be happy”!

Have real resolve. If you truly want to win your ex wife back, you’re going to have to overcome the negativity she feels for you. She will more than likely project it towards you. You’ll have to be a rock. Realize that this anger is coming from a very hurt person from a very dark place. Make up your mind, here and now, that you’ll do whatever it takes to get another shot with her. If you can’t do that then there’s no point to trying. Just let her be and you go about your existence. Because you’re not a quitter, it means you’re going to stay stoic. You’re going to make it happen by any means necessary. You’ve realized that you still love her. All you have to do is get her to realize the feeling is still mutual.

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.

Ive loved him for almost 20yrs. Since I was a kid. An he says “Im not takn you back.. you keep leaving!! accept it…” Seriously!? Leaving?!?!? as if I hadnt done alllll I could do.. an he cant jus step back for a sec an look at his actions. Who wants to be called names? degraded in front the kids sometimes or just condescending remarks. But get upset when I confront him. He’s emotionally abusive. Has no clue of his actions. His words. I had no parents. He did growing up. Like, its almost like he wants that classic “Im the man, your the woman type relationship.” I mess w/the kids an cook an do all drs appts an etc. While he jus wrks an watches ball games. I mean its so boring an.old fashioned its ridiculous.

Before the big meet up I recommend you to first look good. It doesn’t matter how much you keep yourself updated with latest fashion, it is always necessary to update your look before planning for big meet up with your ex girlfriend.

Hi Lauren again… Well, quite some time passed by, we broke up 3 and a half months ago. I did try all this what you recommend here: waited, wrote the apology letter, asked him if we could talk about what could I have done better. This is what happened: we met for a coffee and had a good talk, just general catching up and casual subjects, however he didn’t mention anything about our relationship and I didn’t want to push him. It was a friendly time, with some sparks still there. Then we continued in email, I asked him again about what has gone wrong between us, to which he responded that it was mainly about HIM: he was too stressed about certain things in his life that had nothing to do with me. And mentioned a couple of concerns about me, but they were not anything serious. Then HE suggested that we should meet and discuss it, he will be happy to see me – but another month passed by and he didn’t seem to be able to fit me in his extremely busy work schedule and stress and I indeed knew that they had something going on in the company. I was very understanding and not pushy at all. Maybe I was way too patient and gave him too much time: tonight, I saw him with another woman, walking in town, holding hands… Now, we will still meet once, because I forgot something at his place. I am totally clueless of how to behave toward him. Shall I pretend that I don’t know anything and wait till he brings up that he already has somebody else, or shall I confront him? The worst thing is that he is one of the last men on Earth I would expect to be dishonest. What shall I do now? Now I am close to 50 and I have never been so happy with a man than with him, in fact, he was the first one I could have imagined to grow old with, and he used to be also very happy and planning a wonderful life together. And now I am in quite a shock. Thank you in advance! …

As I already mentioned, working out is quite important as it will improve your overall look and boost your confidence as well. It is very important to have good confidence when meeting up with your ex girlfriend after long time.

I called her and asked if she saw us getting back together but she told me she doesnt see us getting together, that we arent meant to be, and that she doesnt feel the same about us and that she is becoming happy again.

As a teenager you probably longed for a woman, but you weren’t thinking about security and emotional intimacy. You wanted a female companion, a partner to take care of you, and be available to meet your needs for physical intimacy. These two distinct dreams ensured that marriage would bring with it challenge for both of you.

While breaking up with someone is certainly tough, I almost think it’s harder to go through a separation period. With a permanent breakup it’s over and it becomes a matter of healing and moving on. When I endured a temporary breakup with my spouse, the future was unknown, and I found it to be very unsettling not to know where I stood with him. Even though the split was a very emotional rollercoaster ride that lasted close to eight months, I do think that temporarily breaking up made us a stronger couple and I learned many important lessons as a result.

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Thank you for your share and I’m sorry to hear about your current situation. I know how hard this can be. I think that in order for us to answer your question of whether she’ll give you another chance, we’ll have to delve deeply into the reason behind her distance. What pushed her away and are these things fixable? If you need help identifying this and developing a strategy to turn the situation around, please feel free to let me know, I’d love to work with you. [otp_overlay]