So me and my ex fiance are no talking terms right now.. she left me a month ago and still wears the necklace I bought her and she wont give me the ring back because she says I bought it for her so its hers. I dont like to feel weak but I want her back and its super hard to not see or talk to her. She says im scum to her but then again she still has pictures of me and notes I sent her. Im at a loss right now what should I do to get her back

Resolve to talk–a lot. Periodically check in with each other about the relationship and your satisfaction levels. Addressing these issues head-on is particularly important for a relationship that comes with prior baggage.

If it is not possible for you to go in depth with a woman, try out any random woman wherever you find. Tell her that I want to take a selfie with you and I want my ex-girlfriend to seriously think about me, so please make me hero in this one. It will surely do the trick.

The reasons behind your breakup may be many but they all cause by one and that is again ‘loss of attraction’. Either it occurred in one night or it occurred slowly. Brad (the author of Ex Factor guide) rightly said, “Attraction Can’t Be Force”.

If you behaved in 3+ of the above ways during the latter stages of your relationship with your ex, then the reason you lost her is because her attraction for you faded out. She will likely have told you some other bullsh*t reason for the break up, but the fact that you answered yes to the questions above, coupled with the amount of sense that the explanations I gave make, shows that dying attraction is unmistakably the cause.

Treat yourself kindly, go out to the movies, order in. Allowing yourself to treat yourself kindly can really help getting over that sad, missing feeling. Instead of trying to snap yourself out of it, be softer with yourself than you might normally do. Do what’s best for you, not what you think will get you back together with your ex.

Check out her body language when you’re together. Does she make eye contact, occasionally look at the floor when she’s feeling shy, and lean her body towards you when you speak? If so, then she may want to get closer to you.

As I mentioned above, I know all too well the feelings of missing your ex like they are a phantom pain from a limb removed. No Contact is a great period of time first and foremost because it gives you time away from your emotional trigger, your exgirlfriend,. You get time to cool off and come back to a more rational and less emotional place.During this time, it is important to honestly evaluate the relationship and the breakup. Look at how you both behaved throughout the relationship and ask yourself some questions: Was I happy? Was she happy? What could I have done differently? Can I see a long lasting future with her?

Take a break from your ex-boyfriend. You may be dying to be back with your ex-boyfriend, but the worst thing you can do is hang around him incessantly, call him, or wink at him in class until he gets the picture. If you’re always around, he probably does get the picture, but it won’t be one that he likes. Instead, you should take a breather and stop hanging around him, at least for a few weeks or longer.

If you checked one or more of the above, I have some bad news for you. None — I repeat, none — of the above ploys will make your ex-girlfriend come back to you — no matter what the other so-called relationship “gurus,” books and courses tell you. 

Thank you. So you are saying it won’t be a bad move considering his ex wife is going to be on his mind that day and it will be the end of an era? Will it not make him think that I am pouncing on him the moment he is available? Or it will come across as me being there for him on a hard day, irrepsective of what has happened between us? Is there a chance he will think I am inconsiderate to message him that day to bring myself into the day as well?

The second is to make her jealous by dating another girl, ideally a hotter one. But again, if you’re not in the mindset to do this because you’ve got other stuff that needs dealing with in your life, then this could lead to a slippery slope to an even deeper, darker place…

My situation feels different to these options. It’s been about a month now since my ex decided to end the relationship. She has all her friends and family in her ear telling her it was a good thing and simply keeping her and I away from eachother. She says she’s happier this way but I’m really quite the opposite. I’ve spent a lot of nights crying and even spent two nights in hospital after attempted suicide. Since the breakup we’ve kept in contact and one night we even had a little fling and had sex. Almost immediately afterwards she told me it meant nothing to her and it was just sex. She has been getting real close with one of her friends and they’ve kissed and rugged eachother a little. I’ve made the mistake of begging several times. I’ve done all I could think to get her back but after doing my research I’ve realised I’ve only been “emotionally blackmailing” her. I’m pretty much at the point where I’d even kill to get her back. I’ve seen a lot of guides and programs but I simply don’t have money to pay for them. I was really hoping that maybe you could shoot me an email and work put a way to help me get my ex back.

When it comes to relationship advice and psychology of breakup then you should be careful in receiving advice because there are many clueless people who don’t know anything about relationship. After breakup your friend or family member surely gave you advice something like,

“Hello. I downloaded your book yesterday afternoon and read the first part then just finished the second part last night. Awesome book. I wish that I read it ten years ago when I broke up with this great gal from back home. You’re so on the money. Thanks for your great insight.”

Now the first one we got is the blaming your own self. This is important to note that in the depressive mood, every individual who was in a relationship thinks of himself as the sole responsible of the issue. He blames himself of being more talkative or spending extra time with someone other than his girlfriend.

But a date is not a time for you to stop and stare. If you do your job right then you can have plenty of time for that later. A date is all about listening and understanding exactly what your ex is telling you.

There are a hundred reasons why you can’t maintain a post-breakup friendship. Jealousy, bitterness, the fear of your ex getting a new boyfriend… these are only some of the pitfalls of staying friends after breaking up.

Leave anything negative, sappy, or desperate out of the conversation. Your conversations have to be positive and focused on making them feel good. Mention positive memories of them, something exciting that happened in your life recently, or something funny that reminded you of them.

But before you get behind the wheel and start driving full-throttle in the direction of back-together-ville, you must take a good time to gauge if what you are feeling is merely an offshoot of the fresh pangs of breakup-itis or whether there’s a REAL reason to want your to get your ex-girlfriend back. If the honest answers to these questions steer you in her direction, then forge ahead! The only thing you need is the route-map, with directions to the destination of ‘getting your ex-girlfriend back.’

I would add one additional observation, backed up by research findings. When couples have strong skills for talking cooperatively over differences, they find collaborative solutions to “those annoyng little ticks.” Often the solution comes just from more understanding of each other; sometimes small changes that each are glad to make also help enormously.

Talk. Since communication problems are the number one cause of breakups, you need to work extra hard as a couple to ensure that you always keep lines of communication open. When you get back together, you need to take time to establish expectations, especially in areas that were problems before.

Ok, so me and my ex were together for three months. He is 16 and I am 19. We are both guys. So basically we had an huge fight during New Year’s eve and broke up for two days. We decided to then to get back and try again, and then he decided that we would be better as just “friends” later on that weekend… He broke up with me because he didn’t want to cut talking with a boy he met (and kissed) during New Year’s eve… During the first the days after the break up he was acting like nothing happened or whatsover till I decided to use the whole “no contact” thing to him and then he asked to me go pick up my stuff on his house next week… So what should I do, is the any chance at all anymore or not.

After passing some time (weeks or months) without your ex then you need to contact her by phone call. Find something fun to do on the weekend with your friends, and commit to it. THEN, invite her to join you guys. Approach the feeling with nonchalance, you’ve already spent a few weeks or months improving yourself so you know that you’re perfectly fine without her. Accept this mindset into your heart, but tell her you want to see her happy either way.

That’s great to hear! Well to answer your question, respect is very subjective and the reason people start messing around with others isn’t so much out of the lack of respect in my opinion, but when a need or requirement in the relationship isn’t met, thus causing the person to seek it with someone else. It could either be physical needs, emotional needs, or others. If you want to avoid this happening in the future, you might need to ask yourself and think from her point of view and wonder why she cheated the first time around, and prevent it.

If you know that a particular friend or family member dislikes your ex, ask to sit down and discuss why. Find out if it is based on how the ex treats you or others, knowledge your friend may have that you don’t, or other evidence that might be meaningful.

So this is my story, I met a girl in college who is a couple years younger than me and throughout that year and the next we just had an unbelievable relationship. We would talk everyday and occasionally see each other on weekends. I knew she liked me through her friends and she knew I liked her, but we never were official boyfriend and girlfriend, but there were times when we both hinted at that outcome. I told her that I want her in my life and she wanted me to be in her life, but not in the same way. I texted her saying I couldn’t be just friends with her and that I’ll always have love for her because she was the first person I fell in love with in my life. 8 months ago I made a huge mistake and went over to her house back home unannounced and did it so no one would know I was there to drop off a handwritten letter after texting her; I went over to her house 3 times because the first two times I was afraid of what she would think if I did that when I hadn’t been over there before. This mistake backfired on me and she found out I had been stopping by her house a couple times before, and it creeped her out now she has blocked me on every social media accounts and I haven’t talked to her in 8 months. I’ve been thinking a lot about her like everyday morning, during, and at night before I go to sleep, and even dream about her. I know she isn’t my ex but in other peoples eyes she was definitely more than just a friend to me, and I want nothing more to have her back in my life, but I’m pretty sure she hates me and doesn’t want anything to do with me anymore. What should I do? I moved across country for work, but found out some family stuff is going on that I might have to move back home to where she and I both live, and I know that once I do I’ll be reminded of the fact that I lost the only girl I cared about and it is killing me inside. Asking for advise on what to do, and if there is anything I can do to make her trust me again and hopefully someday have her back in my life

hey my boyfriend and I had just broken up 2 weeks ago after being together for 2 years, we have both 17. I’m from china but I study in the uk and thats how I met him. since I have got back after the break up, its been really difficult because I have to go to lessons and sit next to him. I feel so tempted to get back together or try to convince him back into a relationship. we both still care and love each other, but we couldnt be together because we argued way too much. I wanted to give it 2-3 months before we get back together so we both have got over all the negative stuff. do you think its a good idea? and how should I act around him when I know there is something more than just friends between us.

If you’re in the latter camp, and your girlfriend has said things like, “I’m not sure what I want anymore,” or “I just need some time by myself to figure things out,” she’s likely questioning her own feelings, not yours. The appropriate (and most effective) response here is to tell her you understand her feelings, rather than try to talk her out of them.  [otp_overlay]