Not to mention, your body will be healthier. Working out can also be a great place to just let your thoughts go. You probably won’t be thinking about your ex girlfriend while you’re in the middle of a hard core workout.

i just need a lil advice i read the article and everything and understand it. but i would like to know, on what to do. Me and my ex dated 7 years ago and was together for 7 months, then broke up because she have a strict father and she was also very young at the time. but since then we start talking out of the blue saying we miss each other and all that things even when she was with other guys but never serious. she said that she always had feelings for me and will always but we never dated always said maybe we should try but end up just leaving things till 2 years and 3 months ago when we took a chance to try. her father was at first not fond of the idea, but other time came to like me, til the point where her parents would introduce me to other family as their son in law. things was great between me and my ex, after all its the girl i always ended up going to or trying to be with.

Anytime a girl is breaking up for a time, she is unsatisfied and trying to do better, but wants to know you’ll be there if she can’t. She is basically treating you like an insurance policy. If she doesn’t find another guy, she still has you at the end of summer. If she does, sayonara.

Talk to his friends. If you have mutual friends or if his friends would be willing to talk to you without telling your ex about it, consider asking them what they think the chances are that your ex would want to get back together with you. They are more likely than you to know if he has a new girlfriend or if he’s dying to get back together with you.[5]

Hey, Ryan. I was with my ex for almost three years. She broke it off five months ago. I was in a bad place at the time and was causing a lot of unnecessary discussions. I took care of my problems and I’ve been working on myself a lot since. I insisted on getting back together for the first two months, which didn’t work. We have kept in touch this time, but not in a flirty way. Plus she hasn’t agreed to go out with me. We saw each other twice on October, but she has declined to see me since. I tried no contact back in November and after 12 days she texted saying she missed her best friend (me). I started conversations and she said she was working on stuff of her own, but then started kind of ignoring me. For a while, I wished she would just shut the door on us so I could move on, and the fact that she refuses to do that makes me believe she still sees us together, though I don’t want to be seen like an option and that I’ll just run right back whenever she wants. I sent her flowers for Christmas, for which she thanked me and sent me a picture of them a week later out of the blue, but I didn’t make conversation. Early this year I asked if I could see her and she said no (actually says “not now”. Like I said, she always sort of evades being straightforward, and I don’t know what to make of that). I decided to get more serious with no contact. It’s been like 15 days and I’m getting the no contact “symptom” of thinking she doesn’t care/is trying to forget about me, etc. Is it too late to be doing no contact? What are your insights on her attitude of not giving clear answers? Thanks!

I loved her, it was after her coming back for the 2nd time which triggered me to do all the critical thinking, and rebuild what im supposed to be doing. 6 months on, that little conversation, in addition to me still playing games(cut down alot, also been saving up,no infidelity) made her left me for the 3rd time.

Admitting to what you may have done wrong will help show that you care enough about the relationship to take responsibility and that you’re not just trying to get back together for superficial reasons.

Be absolutely sure your confidant is someone you can trust. You’re very vulnerable right now, and one casual word from him or her to the wrong person could come back around and hurt you. Make it clear that you want this to stay strictly between the two of you.

Be true to your word. Don’t call, text, e-mail, or write her back if she contacts you, unless you have a life-and-death reason for doing so. It will hurt when she realizes she can’t lean on you anymore, but she’ll be better off for it in the long run.

With time the bad memories of you will fade and the good memories will grow stronger. Meanwhile the rebound relationship will start to decay as the “newness” wears off and your ex finds that they aren’t really attracted to this new person as much as they thought.

Hey! I broke up with my ex 7 months ago, I was desperate and I asked him to come back to me more than once. A month ago he started dating another girl but she left him. He is single now and I told him that I will be there for him but this isn’t working. I’m still in love with him but he seems so not caring about me. I know it’s kinda impossible but can you help me

In the first part of this 3 STEP PLAN, I am going to tell you what are the biggest mistakes that people make after they’ve broken up. These extremely common mistakes end up hurting your chances of getting back together. This is perhaps the most important part of this series so make sure you read each and every point and follow it.

It’s not going to happen like that, sorry to break it to you. But if she’s the one that got away, you’re an idiot for letting her go, so you put some work into it. It’s not going to be easy, but it’s possible.

Well, one of the negatives of carrying on a conversation for that amount of time is that you don’t leave a person wanting more. Sure, if the conversation was amazing they may call back the next day. However, what if I told you that there was a surefire way to leave your ex girlfriend wanting more.

Let her see that you’re doing just fine without her. If she hears that you’ve been absolutely miserable, crying in public, and shouting her name out on street corners, she’ll be turned off quicker than you can say, “I miss you!” Instead, you want her to hear — and see — that you’re having a great time going about your everyday life without her by your side. She’ll see you as a dynamic person who has a lot going for him, and will begin to wonder why you’re not openly showing signs of missing her more.

Prove that you’re faithful. If you and your ex broke up because you were unfaithful, you face the daunting task of convincing him that you will not cheat again. The exact way that you confront the issue should depend on why you cheated in the first place, but regardless of the reason, it’s important to be open and honest with him.[12]

I met a girl in my work place and we became good friends…she had a bf from college but she was not in good terms with him I mean he had a ex gf and he was nbreaking u. With her and she. Was not sure of him..I asked her to breakup rather than taking it this far..with no intention of us being committed.. Later we became close and got into a relationship known only to my friends and her ex.. After 8-9 months of things going peaceful it started to take a violent turn she still used to talk to her ex sometimes bt later it was on a regular basis now she brokeup with me and is back wit. Him… I am shattered what to do???? [otp_overlay]