When you and him began going out, you would have been very tolerant of one another. We tend to act our best at the first stages of the relationship. However, over time, we relax a little. Often this leads to small irritations. Can you relate to this?

My boyfriend broke up with me almost 2 weeks ago. Our relationship lasted for 2 years. At first, he said he wanted some time and space. And then suddenly, he broke up with me and told me that he wants to spend his with his family and friends. I also think that all the bad memories of us were the only ones that stayed on his mind. He blocked me on all social media sites and also my number. We just talked yesterday and talk about the things that didn’t work out. He also told me that he’d unblock me and work out on being friends. I’m planning on starting NC but we have the same circle of friends where we see each other often and we work together, what do you suggest that I would do? How can I make him miss me and realize all the good things that has happened to us.

You need to work on making some big changes, whether it’s controlling an aspect of your personality that led to the downfall of the relationship, or to think about how you can change the dynamics of the relationship if it started again.

I had a rough on and off relationship with this guy and it just ended really badly… again. This time, I’m just tired of the pain and drama and really want to move on for good. We blocked each other everywhere but I still have his favourite shirt, and I really don’t want to throw it out because I think it’ll be the wrong thing to do. I’m considering mailing it to him but it ended so badly and I don’t want to start more trouble. Is it worth it? Should I bother? Thanks

Your first problem is that through your internal, OCD, one-track, incessant hamster wheel thoughts (and it doesn’t matter if no one knows what you’re thinking. Your thoughts will always seep out into your actions) and through your actions, you are essentially begging for him back. You have to take a step back, take a breath and vow to put an end to the crazy, an END to the insanity. No one likes crazy and it looks pathetic, desperate and awful on anyone that tries it on. Begging for him back is the worst approach possible. Men, no matter what they may claim, are very territorial. Men want what they can’t have. He may scream from the rooftops that he doesn’t want you and never wants to see you again and he may even really think that he doesn’t want you but I can assure you, he won’t sleep well at night wondering why it is that suddenly you appear to not give a flying F*CK and why it is you’ve gone from Desperate Debby to #IDFWU please-forget-my-name Patty.

Even though they do not always help, talk to your family. They are always there for you and they can definitely keep your mind off of things! Know that your family loves you unconditionally, and that you can talk to them about more than you think.

The first step in discovering how to get your ex boyfriend back is to first take a closer look and discover why the relationship ended. This is not just looking at the final conclusions that drew the relationship to an end, but rather to be clear on all the small steps over time that may have lead to that outcome.

Don’t overdo it. Don’t post pictures with ten different people, and don’t post tons of pictures. You want to tease your ex with the idea that you are with someone else. Don’t be obvious that you are trying to make him jealous. You don’t want to seem desperate.[16]

b.  Appearing to treat his wife as a second-rate citizen by ignoring her much of the time and by disagreeing with whatever she would say when they did talk.  His kindly telephone conversations, by contrast, with his ex-wife added fuel to her fire.

My bf split up with me last week after 2.5 years living together. We were committed to each other and always were making plans for the future. This article really resonated with me as I can see where things went wrong perhaps (I have been confused all week) I feel I pushed him away by trying to get it to go in a certain way (ie pressuring him about children – but then feeling like we came to agreement) I am 36 and had come out of a toxic marriage when we met. I then got made redundant he had two lots of sugery on his hand and then I had a brain haemorrhage! All within 3 months! We then spent 3 months recovering together with each other everyday meaning that sex was off the table as we were both too ill and the fun disappeared. I felt it was just about getting back to normal and starting doing what we used to. He then started acting very distant and said he didn’t know what was wrong and that he didn’t want to break up. I then started feeling incredibly vulnerable and probably a bit needy as I felt everything in my life was slipping through my fingers. And then he ended it. I’m in shock I feel that a combination of stress and situation has pushed him away from me and I’ve lost him forever. I felt we were so solid and committed and now he says there’s something missing and we can never go back. Is there any hope?

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I call this part “The Instincts” because all these mistakes are a direct result of people following their instincts. Most of the advice in this 5 Step Plan is counter-intuitive, but it works. When you read it, you will understand why and it will all start to make sense. So let’s start by going over the deadly mistakes that you should avoid at any cost.

“I can see now,” Peter explained to her, “that in my depression about work I became totally self-centered. I withdrew from you, so no wonder you felt angry and distanced from me. As both of us withdrew from each other we lost our sexual connection.  I felt desparate for attention.  Then I took the ultimate wrong turn by seeking sexual attention from an infidelity. Big mistake!  I’m so glad that now I’m looking for a job that will be a better fit for me. I think I’ve found one, and I’m thrilled at the prospect.”  

MY LOVE IS MINE AND NO ONE COULD TAKE HIM AWAY FROM ME NOT EVEN HIS OWN SELF! I WILL NOT LET MY FEAR AND ALL THESE DISTRACTIONS COME IN THE WAY OF OUR HAPPINESS. Stay positive, believe, ask and it will be given. I am living everyday with this attitude and you should too!

Breakups can be really tough. It can get you into real depression and can even indulge you in self hate and make you suicidal. But remember always that you once had a life (wonderful) even before a relationship and there are certain things in life that you don’t have control over. So rather than fighting with yourself in the process of getting over your boyfriend, it is perhaps the best to understand that missing your ex is normal, really. But that shouldn’t stop you from moving ahead in life and looking for more beautiful things that pass by you everyday which are now going unnoticed. If it was meant to be, it would have happened anyway. Try to appreciate yourself and see what wonders does it really bring to your life.

You obviously chose to move on and get over him. Now that you are on that path you are about to be faced with another fork in the road. Luckily, I caught you before you made your final decision on this next fork. You are going to be faced with two choices very soon and what you choose to do is going to be essential in your recovery process from your ex. The fork in the road that you are facing right now at this very moment is:

Don’t use alcohol or drugs to escape from your pain.[14]While you may be tempted to do whatever it takes to relieve your feelings of loneliness, you will be further behind in the long run if you rely on something as destructive as these numbing agents. Drugs and alcohol will block your feelings, and put off the grieving process, rather than getting you closer to starting to heal.

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]

I promise you one thing, this isn’t going to be easy. There are going to be times where you will be tempted to contact your ex during your year long no contact. In fact, I have had a lot of women contact me and tell me that going through something as short as a 30 day no contact period is like going through withdrawal (and they are only doing it for 30 days, you have to do it for a year.)

Stop the negative self-talk. Wake up the next morning and shout out loud “I feel great!” then repeat this, as many times as you can until you really believe that you feel great. I know this sounds dumb – but it works! Try it.

We don’t like to call each other “ex”, so my friend and I were together, but we broke up a year ago due to a stressful issue. We have remained friends, and still wished to be together. But now, he is starting to date someone else who is more similar to him. I did some stupid things, and it felt like I got this big slap in the face- he was always right. He always was telling me things that were disconnecting us that were things I needed to work on. He admitted to me that he was scared of being with me, let alone staying friends. I’ve told him that I felt this slap and everything and that I’m going to change because I’ve been making myself unhappy. But I’m also very determined to reestablish our relationship as a couple and not just friends. I’m scared of what will happen, but I know I have to move forward and be better for myself. I realized I’ve been letting my emotions control me and that it has been destroying myself and my relationships with other people. He is someone I see frequently (fyi, not a co-worker) and we text a lot still. I’m still afraid. He loved me once, he even got me a promise ring of sorts… If he sees me changing for the better, will I still have a chance? The fear comes with the fact that there is another woman who could steal his heart. Yet the funny thing is, she loves and adores me beyond anything. I am not sure if she is romantically interested in him, but I definitely wouldn’t call it unlikely. She also knows my history with him. It’s tough, but I want to become the woman he always thought I could be, which is someone amazing. I don’t really know what I’m asking now, I think I just need some support and to know that I’m doing the right thing, and that I’ll be okay… I can’t just forget about how much I want him back by my side.

Like anything else, getting back an ex boyfriend is a totally learnable skill. Just as you can learn how to get a man in the first place, you can also learn how to get him back after an unwanted breakup.

Stop responding to msgs, stop taking calls, don’t meet or talk at all if you can help it.  Give yourself say… 60 days of “ex-free zone” this will help the break up sink in for him and it will help, hopefully, to clean the slate between you.

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.

i was in a relation ship with my guy for 7yrs never proposed him. physically we were attached but never proposed each other. Recently i heard he is going to take someone in his life so, before he propose his someone i proposed him.

What kind of relationship do you imagine with him? This is important to know what you want exactly — the more detailed it is that you want, the universe will give you something that matches exactly what it is that you want.

Try to figure out things why you can’t get over with your ex boyfriend. Are you just making yourself getting back things that can’t be bring back or you are just stuck in memories? Maybe it’s hard to let go a person who have been part of your life. But life goes on. It’s a matter of acceptance and letting go. It;s your choice if you want to remain stuck or to start moving on then re-start your life. Remember always that you are the one choosing for your own happiness.

A cautionary tale exists in this plan. Neediness and using pity will only backfire in your face. Also, it is important to note that even when you have done everything you can, there are times when the relationship has just run its course.

5. Go out on a date. This is absolutely essential and if you are reading this, then I will recommend that you definitely go out on a few dates before ending no contact with your ex. It’s absolutely imperative for you to get some perspective right now and meeting new people is the best way to do it.

Now is the time to address and work through these issues. Don’t let him convince you that the problem was yours. Even if the problem started with you, the way he responded or didn’t respond made things worse.