Beyond the steps you find here, other help is available. There are dozens of books on getting back together with an ex, and many of them are junk. But in weeding through them, the best and most effective ones can be found below:

Watch For Trouble Signs- No one is perfect and this is especially true of relationships. Each one has it’s ups and downs. Your job is to keep an eye out for his troubles with his new girl and be there to provide support and remind him how good he had it with you.

You’ve broken up. It’s over! Should you really be sulking in a corner while he may be meeting other girls, or moving on with his life? All of us love to be by ourselves after a break up, but you really have to convince yourself to go out or get busy. Being lonely is actually the biggest hurdle in your road to recovery and getting over your ex boyfriend.

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.

There are also many other changes you can adopt to continue your winning form. Besides reshaping your life with fitness, you can make changes in your lifestyle to boost your self-confidence. All these things with break a set pattern and take you towards great transformation.

Do you post sad facebook status messages all day? Do you hope that your ex will see them and come back to you? Whenever your ex calls, do you tell them how much you miss them and how much lonely you are without them? Do you think your ex will take you back because of pity?

I was a ding dong one night. I had taken my sleeping pills and gone to bed. These are doctor prescribed and I typically would go to bed maybe hit the phone for a text to whoever but I wasn’t driving anywhere. A couple times I would drift into a dream while actively talking to somebody so they would say. I don’t remember though. One night in particular we had a disagreement about something and I went to bed. I got woken up but not fully. During this I messaged mean stuff about my now ex to her kids father.… Read more »

Hey, so i dated this guy maybe 4 or 5 years ago and we broke because he found out that i cheated on him (keep in mind we were in the 8th grade) and we have not spoken since. Now that i am single and more mature, I’ve been very drawn to him and i keep catching myself staring at him in my English class and he recently added me on snapchat and im really debating if i should message him or not .. the problem is he has a girlfriend.. what should i do?

“I think the worst you could do is jump into a new relationship. You will most likely just end up hurting the other person. Take some time off. When you start to like someone else, go for it. The hurt from the previous relationship will go away eventually.” –Amanda, 16

That varies from person to person. Common choice are – channeling your energy into your hubbies like painting etc; taking up a new class; spending more time with your friends; travelling solo; working on yourself; pampering yourself; hitting the gym; dating someone new; doing some volunteer work; blowing off some steam; seeing a specialist if it gets too much to bear

This is a real possibility, no doubt. It’s most likely NOT going to happen though, depending on your breakup circumstance again. But truth be told, if he’s acting that fast to replace you, it’s probably best you move on anyway. Maybe things weren’t as great as you thought and it is possible that love (or lust) can really play with the emotions in your head and cause some serious delusions.

Hi please I need your advice, I have 11 years live in partner we have 4yrs old daughter. My partner had first family but they were not married he decided to celebrate holidays to his first family. I look like i was in tantrums for being angry so he broke up with me. I dont know what to do now and I felt so pity to my child.I want him back but he never showed up here..

Commit to having a better relationship. If your ex-boyfriend takes you back, you both need to take steps to make sure that the same problems that caused your last breakup will not interfere with your relationship again. Talk to each other about what kinds of conflicts you have had in the past and how you could deal with them more appropriately going forward.[9]

If you aren’t able to talk with your ex, then wait for a week before contacting your ex again because you don’t want to irritate your ex boyfriend. Also, a week-long pause makes your ex curious about you, and it may be possible you will get a call from your ex in the meantime.

Get to know one another. Especially if it has been a while since you were together, you and your ex have both changed as individuals in that time. Don’t assume you know everything about him or her. Take time to get to know one another again.

You want to be negative and whine? That’s fine… but do it somewhere else. The rest of the people here actually want good results in their life, not a platform to anonymously whine about what they think is fair.

– You have low self-esteem and she made you see yourself through her much more positive perspective< – You are reluctant to give yourself any praise for a job well done and she would lavish you with praise and congratulations [otp_overlay]