keep in mind that you and your ex has nothing to do anymore. ask yourself do you still love them, do they even worth your love? life has to go on, if you do still love them and you think they worth of your love, go contact them, dont let your love got away. if they do not worth your love, dont let this bother you, you need to move on

I was dating this guy and he broke up with me. It all happened too fast and he fell for me way too quickly, he used to say things like he was in love with me and hoped that what we had would turn into something more. I’ve never met anyone like him and really wanted it to work. The problem is that I as was falling for him too, I came out too needy at times. But again, so did he: he would be a little jealous of some friends and ask if I met anyone when I would go out and stuff like that when we weren’t even in a relationship yet. He said I was “the one” for him and that could have scared me off. I acted needy when I asked if everything was okay when I felt him pulling away. And then one time he said he couldn’t be with me because he’s been too busy and that wouldn’t change so soon (and this is actually true, but he used to say that we would make it work), that he really liked me but had to let me go, that he felt like he was being stupid and shouldn’t do that but he knows what’s right… he knows I believe in destiny and so does he, and he ended it by saying “if it’s meant to be I know we’ll find a way back to each other.”, and honestly, that’s bs, right? If he wanted bad enough, he would be with me. I had this instant reaction by saying that I was in love with him, and didn’t want to break things off, that we couldn’t say that destiny was going to take care of it because this time it’s about a choice that he’s making. I know I sounded desperate, but I said my goodbye to him and intend to keep it and won’t say a thing anymore. But truth is… I really want him back. What should I do? I know that I need to try and move on but I wonder if there’s a slight chance that he would change his mind.

This is a great post, thank you. I just had my heart broken into so many pieces. He said he wanted to be engaged 4 weeks ago after a 2 year relationship…and then two weeks after that we broke up because “he fell out of love” and didn’t want to drag me through if he didn’t love me. He was abused as a kid and I think the getting closer scared him, and he hurt me so bad. I decided to stop talking to him today. I thought I was getting over it, but the wave of grief and self pity that happened upon deciding to sever communications definitely cleared that up. Anyway, thanks for that article. Everything and any little thing helps when going through this. As this is my first huge breakup, I had no idea there was a world of people out there experiencing such pain…I will never be insensitive again.

If you’ve just broken up with your lover, don’t waste time suffering terribly. Get yourself together to hop on the self-growth journey that will make you a magnet to great lovers/relationship, as well as your ex.

I think the fact that she lied to you a lot and took advantage of your feelings and you felt cheated by her (i don’t know if you are still on a dating stage or that you are already exclusive because dating does not mean exclusivity all the time) is enough motivation for you to forget about her. This girl is clearly not worth your time and affection because she is just playing with your feelings. Once you realize that your self worth is more important then it will be easier for you to move forward and let go. A lot of people really tend to forego their self-worth which often leads to begging for love and not being able to let go for a long time. Love yourself more and you will be stronger.

Eric I need help… The love of my life and I broke up like a week ago…. After agreeing to get our relationship right this time. And I believe it happened because we still had such tension that we never took care of… And I suggested that we start over… Like get back together and start over and that that would be the healthiest idea…. And he is so convinced that it’ll never work out cause we will always end up fighting and I’m convinced that that’s not the case. I believe this is worth fighting for. We have been through so much in over the year we were together. And instead of giving him space I kept pushing and I guess in order for me to finally give him space, after I asked him to just be friends for now until we decided to try again… He said he didn’t want to be in my life. My mom said that he only said that so I would finally give him space. She said I haven’t lost him and that he knows I’m always here (cause he said that was the reason we got back together before). I just don’t know what to do. I’ve been praying for a miracle to get him back.. But everyone keeps saying just give him space. I’m scared and all I want to do is talk to and see him. Help.

The important point of any of the relationship to survive is to understand the core essence of it. The most important aspect of the program is to understand that it is based upon the sacrifice and respect for other. It cannot survive with ego and self-pride.

You let your ex walk all over you. You become a doormat. You agree to the most ridiculous demands your ex has. But your instincts tell you, it’s OK. Because having your ex in your life is the only thing that matters.

Just make sure he really doesn’t find that out, and it’s ok if he doesn’t come back on the topic the second day. You can initiate and just make sure you’re always the one ending the conversation at high point.

I’ve written before about being totally and completely “over it”, and many times I don’t think people get to a place where they are 100% non-feeling about their past relationships. Perhaps it’s like scar tissue on their hearts….there is a great deal of healing, but there is still some residual sting associated with it. But, it doesn’t have to mean anything. It doesn’t have to mean that you still want to be with your ex, or still have feelings for that person.  It just means that you’re human, you had an emotional, probably intimate attachment to this person and that’s okay. It’s what you do with those thoughts is what counts. If the thoughts of your ex send you tailspinning into grief, or hating yourself for what you did in the relationship or because he broke up with you, that’s where it can get dangerous (see #9). But, if you still think of this person and have some minor hurt feelings over it, in my opinion, it’s normal.

That’s the thing about men; they don’t like to feel as though they are so easy to get over. And if you are willing to sit across a table from him with nothing but the friendliest of intentions, he is going to feel suddenly driven to get you back.

Remember that you’re not going to go all in on this text. You DO NOT want to let him know you want him back at this point. You’re only putting out a vibe. A connection to see how he responds and to get a feel of the current situation.

Ok my ex and i still live together he says its him(he gets depressed and thinks no one loves him). We were together 6 months. I felt like i can be myself around him and he said the same. We still both love each other but id love to start over with him but im not sure how to because we live together. We also work together and our boss knows whats going on(he said that wasnt a stress on us). Some things have gotten easier. He is also my best friend but doesn’t like to answer questions about is at all. He is very back and fourth! What should i do? I am at a loss

If he was the one who finished things with you, then it is highly likely that he feels that he needs some space. Allowing him to have it and let the dust settle can help to change his perspective in time. A good rule of thumb is to avoid contact in any way for around thirty days.

I just broke up with my ex boyfriend 2 weeks ago after dating for almost 3 years. He is a nice guy and he truly loved me when we were dating. We both lost our virginity to eachother and we have had so many memories together. He wanted to marry me but I didn’t want to (although I really loved him) because we were very different. And also my mom didn’t want me to marry him because of the same reason. After our graduation (almost 1 month or more later) when we were far, he called it quits over text message. I didn’t want to end it because I was still in love with him. I was so depressed and begged him to stay but he didn’t want to because he was too hurt and also told me that I took him for granted. He told me that we can be friends but it was not easy for me. I still used to txt him saying how sad I am and how much I miss him. He used to get irritated when I txt like that. And once I even asked him if he is dating someone because I used to see him online and never txt me. I had doubted him with one of our mutual friend who used to hang out with him there. He said he doesn’t have a gf right now and later he texted me saying that he’s dating someone and told me not to disturb him… Later that night when I asked that girl(our mutual friend), she said to me that he had told her that he liked her since a year ago. I was more shocked and devastated. I stopped texting him and was so pissed at him. After few days we even fought over texts and I told him to stop texting me. Ever since I didn’t text him and stopped posting sad quotes.

Next important tip on how to get over your ex is to clean up your home and remove all the keepsakes and memories of him. Clean his things out of the bathroom, any clothes he may have left behind, and take down any photos you have him too. You really don’t need constant reminders of him all around you, because that will just make it even harder to let go.

I have no definite proof of him being with any of the OW and until I do I will continue with my contact etc. We are set to meet in November, when he is changing ships. We will again get to spend significant time together and this is my deadline date. We will either decide to pursue a new relationship or I’ll walk away forever.

Build your self-esteem. Take this opportunity to really invest in yourself and work on loving yourself. The better your self-esteem, the better prepared you will be to have a healthy, long-lasting relationship.[4]

Do not cut him out of your life completely. He might be your ex boyfriend now, but not so long ago you used to love each other – don’t be angry at him or yourself. Forgiving him, and yourself, is the first step to peace of mind after a break up. Accept that it’s over and that life goes on. You need to be strong and able to control your pain – how? Accept it. Acceptance is the first step. Don’t try to resist it. I’m not saying you should spend time with your ex, but don’t cut him out of your life either – it’s possible to stay friends with your ex, whatever you believe right now. Give each other a chance to continue communication, that’s what cool, emotionally healthy, open-minded people do.

It seems like every time you talk to this friend, they’re complaining about something that’s gone wrong in their life, or telling you about a problem that’s not their fault, or unburdening their unhappiness onto you.

Often, the hardest part about getting over a romantic partner is letting go of the person as an attachment figure1 – i.e., a person who you rely on for validation and support. Having others who we can trust to be there for us is one of our most basic needs as human beings. But because these relationships tend to be so close and intimate, most people have only a handful of attachment-based relationships. Furthermore, many people have what we call a primary attachment figure – a person who they are more likely to rely on than others. And for people in romantic relationships, that primary attachment figure tends to be the romantic partner.2 Romantic partners generally make great attachment figures because romantic relationships tend to involve so much intimacy, closeness, and interdependence. Indeed, some researchers argue that the whole reason why human adults even have attachment systems is so that they can form these intense attachments to romantic partners.3 Given the tremendous strength of these attachment bonds, you can see why they can be difficult to let go of, even if a person knows that they do not want to be with their romantic partner anymore.

– Don’t get caught up in trying to win him over. Don’t post pictures on Instagram hoping he’ll see, don’t do things to get his attention, don’t put on a show when you see or speak to him where you act like something you’re not in an attempt to win him back. Doing these things makes it all about him, and you’re supposed to be focusing on you right now! Live life for yourself, not for the sake of trying to get him back.

The reason most girls don’t do this is because they’re scared of being “mean” or “immature,” but when did having healthy boundaries ever become synonymous with being mean or immature? What’s “mean” about speaking through your dignified actions that you don’t have time for anyone that’s unappreciative of yours?

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.

Up to now the steps will have re-established the attraction with your ex-GF. At this point you’ve got to make her want to go exclusive with you again. And while that may SOUND like the most difficult part, it’s actually by far the easiest.

Do I still do mental gymnastics sometimes and begin convincing myself that I’m still not over her? Yes, I do. As do a handful of my clients that are engaged to other women. But our brains are experts at convincing ourselves (logically) that we want things that aren’t good for us (because we want them emotionally).

Hi. My name is shandrickia and I need advice for my relationship. Me and my now ex boyfriend has been dating for 2years. The cause of us breaking up is because I was listening to wat people say about him nd I started accusing him of cheating. But he really wasn’t. We have been broken up for two months now. We talk often. But I really want him back but idk what to do. I’ve been trying to get him back but he won’t budge. He say he tired of the arguing and don’t want to be in a relationship right now. ? wat should I do to win my way back into his heart? He said he still care and love me but sometimes it’s hard to tell.

Sorry, but you don’t. If you’re on the dumped end of a broken relationship, you’ll need patience and strategy above all else. Without these things, everything you do will be doomed to failure. So many women make desperate, hasty decisions just after a break up. They make rash moves without thinking – moves that only serve to push their man away – only to realize and regret it later on.

The fact is, if your ex starts dating someone else soon after a breakup, then it’s definitely a rebound relationship. And rebound relationships never last. In fact, it just means that after you broke up, your ex had a huge hole in their life that they are trying to fill with someone new. In many cases, they rush into it too soon and things get too serious really fast. There is nothing to worry about as the faster it moves, the faster it will end.

In my career, many girls keep on mentioning either one of above issues to explain the reason for their breakup. It is very important to keep in mind that your relationship doesn’t come to an end just because you said certain words or did something that lead to breakup. If your relationship with your ex boyfriend was base on solid foundation then few words or actions can’t come over the long work you did before.

People who choose to run away from their fears tend to exhibit the unhealthy ways of getting over a breakup that I talked about before. They will drown their sorrows with alcohol, meaningless sex, countless rebound relationships and let themselves go in the process. [otp_overlay]