So I broke up with my boyfriend 3 months ago because I knew that he wasn’t the “one” for me. We would constantly fight and we barely could relate on anything. After 2 years of dating, I still couldn’t see a future with him so I had to end things. The breakup resulted from a fight and happened all over text. I asked to meet up with him to talk about it in person but he said that he never wanted to see me again. He then blocked me on everything. I felt bad for breaking up with him because he was a nice guy, but it had to be done because we just had SO many differences. Now, three months later, we sometimes text, but every time we do it turns into him telling me how much he misses me and then we start fighting about everything. He told me that he could never be friends with me again because he was an “all or nothing” kinda guy. However, he was the person I lost my virginity to and my first true love so I can never truly forget him, and unlike him, I do want to keep in touch time to time but he wont allow that. And recently, Ive also started to miss him a lot. I miss talking to him more than anything. How do I get over him even though I was the one to end things? Not talking to him at all has messed me up because I am not used to it. I don’t know if I regret breaking up with him because I know i did the right thing. Its just that I miss some things about him and not being able to talk to him at all is killing me. I haven’t seen him in months and I keep getting remind of him because we have mutual friends. Please help me get over him. I haven’t been able to sleep properly for DAYS now because of him.

I just find it really interesting that you’ve put that you’re married to your ex (not sure if you had shared this before) but it puts a completely different spin on all your articles about “knowing that he was the one” and your insecurities with him based on the relationships and interactions that occurred after your first relationship with your ex boyfriend (now husband).

We both already know you’re in a heart wrenching situation and you need help badly. So instead, I’m going to get straight to business and show you exactly what you need to do to get your ex-boyfriend back.

This ex back system helped me a lot in getting my ex boyfriend back. For copyright reasons, I can’t share exact text-messaging plan mentioned in this program. However, you can combine my 4 step formula with the plan given in this Ex Back Program to win your ex boyfriend.

We still had feelings for each other but it didn’t work. It took me a long time to break away and for a while we were still lovers, but casual. It was complicated and it took me a long time to finally walk away. It hurt like hell but it was never going to work.

Lula Mai, then why did you decide to be with your current partner when you know you are still not over your ex? I think it is a bit unfair to your current partner to compare him with your past. You can never love your current partner wholeheartedly if you still cling to your ex’s memories. If you like someone just because they are attractive then for me that is a bit shallow. Looks are not important. Character is. When you fall in love with someone’s character, then it is unlikely that you will look at someone else no matter the looks.

I’m still processing a breakup, and I found this article to give solid advice. I’m not saying I’ve actually done it yet! What helps is, this advice isn’t “cookie-cutter”, and it congeals with what I know to be true, because every single item addresses something I’m feeling. Either you’ve tapped into some fierce confirmatory bias, or you’re onto something when it comes to me.

You had sex, but do you want to get back together or not? Let him wonder and guess, let him compare you to other women he might have been with since you were apart. He’ll soon realize what a mistake he’s made, and he’ll never want to make that mistake (breaking up with you) again.

See what I mean? Sometimes the Goddess of the Universe plays dirty cosmic tricks on us when we least expect it, and all the most flattering jeans and silly dreams and plans and schemes go out the window, and we’re left alone on the street wearing an orange lampshade. Like the world’s biggest loser.

a lack of respect on either side. If you or your ex call each other names, belittle each other’s accomplishments, or say disparaging things about one another to your family or friends, then there is no respect in that relationship. These are all features of an emotionally abusive relationship.[21] Find someone who shows you the respect you deserve, and commit to treating him or her with respect as well.

Oh, and they turned everyone against me, all my friends don’t talk to me anymore. I only have one friend now–my best friend for 3 years–Megan, who can’t be convinced to leave my side. She and my mom are my only support against all this.

If you can’t get out and get flirted with, call up one of your guy friends and let him make you feel like a woman. Even the most platonic of my male friends still knows how to talk me into remembering I’m sexy and attractive and I’m not nearly as old as I keep telling myself I am.

Support him by breaking off communication and explaining in your last contact that the only thing you can offer him is refusing to communicate because that will support him in accepting the reality.  It doesn’t matter whether or not he agrees, ending the connection is the best way to support him in moving on otherwise you are enabling him to stay  fixated on the belief that things may change.  As for your other question no it is none of his business what you are doing and anything you tell him will only make the situation worse. He is being obsessive and invasive and if you are enabling him because your afraid of his anger then you should get some support, legally if necessary.

I have not spent as long with one person, mine was only 3 years, but I have spent nearly 11 years in a depressive state because I have tried and failed to get over my first love, she impacted on my heart like a bomb, she cheated on me and is now married to the man she cheated on me with, I cut her out of my life entirely, but I could not remove her from my mind, I have had other relationships but in the end they fail, and then I’m right back at where I begun, pining for… Read more »

On the 16th December he wanted to break up and said let’s be friends i said oh.. i understand.. so we decided to be friends and then one day later we had a prom and he wanted me back out of nowhere.. So our relationship was on track again. And he said to me that he will forgive me for my bad behavior from the 3 months and that he will accept that i will do my best for him.

Hey everyone, hope you’re doing well and taking the breakup as a learning experience. I’m a longtime reader of paired life and I just wanted to post about an app I found that really helped my get over my ex gf. Its called breakup vault, it locks pictures of your ex for 60 days so you’re not tempted to peek. It really made my no contact feel complete and I no longer get anxious when I see my ex in public. I’d urge anyone going through a breakup to check it out. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/breakup-vault/id13…

I have come to find out the man she replaced me with is her boss (46-2 kids, previously married)…which I am crushed by. In a way Im glad its not the hot guy at the bar I would compare myself to and wonder what he does better than me. I know her boss has money, has known for her for a year and probably knows where my support lacked and where she needed more. He’s not attractive in my or my friends eyes but this really breaks my heart.

The good thing is, you can surely avoid this death trap in your relationship. When you walked with your boyfriend in beginning he keeps you way from other guys and ready to fight with them. But, when he finds you are always with him then he loses the motivation to fight for you.

I know it feels good, yes, that’s a good sign and congratulations! But, it would be better if you finish 45, so that you don’t look like you were just waiting for him to act and then you jumped on the opportunity.

I want  you to repeat this motto three times every single day “I will make him regret the breakup, I will make him regret the breakup, I will make him regret the breakup.” Look at this fitness section as a way that you can improve physically. To become the hottest version of yourself.

Ex and I were together for about 4.5 years. What does it mean when we went mutually went “on a break” where I wasn’t respectful to the space by texting and begging to not be on a break to finally him “breaking up” with me since the break didn’t work–but we continued to text and even hang out. We went on the break in Sept. and in Dec. I asked him to promise me to let me know when I should stop hoping we get to back together and his response was “If and when I promise to let you know” then I come to find he created a profile on a dating app and was talking to girls (not sure how many, how often or how intensely) in Oct. until now, even while I was at his apartment over the weekend.