How Do I Get My EX Boyfriend
Breakups are hard, painful, guttural experiences that literally have the
ability to reduce even the most strong and confident woman amongst us to a sniveling mess on the floor. “How
do I get my ex boyfriend back?” is something that the same woman will inevitably ask at some point. She will
hash and rehash the last moments of the relationship, and try to pinpoint when exactly he started to lose
interest. If you’ve caught yourself in this same cycle, don’t worry; it is a path to healing that is
practically built into our DNA.
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If, after a few weeks, you find yourself truly believing that this is a relationship that should
be saved however, then it may be worth the effort to try. It will take work, perseverance, and a commitment
to a plan that will often times seem counterintuitive to the goal at hand, but if you are willing to follow
the rules (rules which far exceed the typical dating rules for women) you may just find yourself at
the finish line with your man firmly reinstated by your side.
The first trick will be to remain within his line of site. If you have mutual friends, make sure
that they know there is no reason they should feel awkward inviting you both somewhere. Reestablish yourself
as the fun and upbeat woman you were before this relationship, and whatever you do: do not complain to mutual
friends about the ex. The more you act as though there is no baggage in play, and no potential meltdowns to
fear, the more likely they will be to take you at your word and not worry about the two of you co-mingling.
And really, remaining visible in his life is going to be key to remaining potent in his mind.
The next step is to always keep a smile on your face. Allow him to see you as happy and bubbly
and full of life. Make sure he recognizes that your life has not halted at his absence. This is a game that
could be played too far, so keep from rubbing other men in his face (because this can be a tired and very
obvious tactic), but ensure that he sees that you are OK. No man wants a woman who cannot live without him,
and all men will continue to be content in their single life if they believe the ex will always be available
and waiting “just in case”. He shouldn’t think you’re hanging around for that “just in case”; instead he
should be worried that you are coping far better with his absence than he ever expected.
The last and final trick is that you should never approach him. A passing “hello” or “how are
you?” is fine (and may be necessary to avoid what appears to be awkward avoidance), but both should be done
with a warm and genuine smile on your face, and brought to an end quickly and casually. Wait for him to come
to you, no matter what. When he does approach you wanting to talk (which is inevitable) keep the conversation
fun and lighthearted. Whatever you do: do not read too much into his signals. He will appear to be flirting,
because that is the natural conversation that occurs between two people who were once intimate. If you leap
upon “signs” or “clues” that he misses you too quickly, you will likely prove to him that you do still need
and miss him and he will continue to move on with the ego boost that he could have you back if he wanted.
Make him work for it. If you don’t, you will find yourself in the same position more quickly than you could
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Making up Guide
In the end, not all relationships can be saved. These guidelines work sometimes, but more often
there is a real reason the relationship ended in the first place. In those cases, don’t allow yourself to
become obsessed with getting a boyfriend back who wasn’t that great for you to begin with. You may find that
in all of the pretending to be fine, you actually start to find yourself feeling fine. When that occurs, don’t shy away from it. Embrace it, and if
you start to feel as though you’re capable of moving on: allow yourself to do so. This is your life after
all, and if this man doesn’t want you, there will be a dozen more who do.