How To Get An Ex Boyfriend Back
So you have had the best times and the worst with your boyfriend. You’ve had the most wonderful moments with him, and then went through a bad phase of break-up.
And you have been missing him. Not only that, you feel that he is the best thing that could have happened to you, and it was a mistake to let him go.
In short, you want him back. You may succeed – provided you take it easy, do not rush, and play with proper strategy.
Be strong and don’t show how miserable you are – You have to acknowledge that the relationship is not in its prior form. But don’t show your weakness too much to your ex-boyfriend. If you two decide to get back to each other it should be a level headed decision.
Do not cling to him – Don’t become a cause of irritation to him by constantly clinging on to him. Every man needs space. Being over obsessive you may actually turn him off.
Confess honestly how you feel about him – It would be a good idea to tactfully communicate to him how you feel about him. No need to sugar-coat. Just be honest.
Handle the situation with patience and cool head – Rushing your ex or getting angry if he does not see things the way you do will only create further distance between the two of you. Act mature and steady.
Don’t be obsessed, focus on other things as well – Remember this is not the only focus of your life. Too much obsession for this may hamper other spheres of your life.
Calmly ascertain why you want him back – Think exactly why you want him back in your life. For that firstly sort out why you broke up with him. That would help you to decide if you’d be able to sustain a patch-up.
Be all that made him fall for you – Evaluate what traits in you made him fall for you, and whether you have changed with time. Brush up on all that made him go gaga and just go for him.
Respect what he feels, if he is interested to get back too – Being selfish will not help in sustenance. Make sure he’s willing and ready to have you back in his life. If he is still nursing his hurt (especially if it was you who initiated the break up), give him time to heal.
Remind him of the wonderful moments you two shared – Remind him of all the positivity you imbibed in his life. Make him feel how you complement each other.
Involve him in activities you both enjoy – If your ex is not ready for commitment yet, don’t push him. Instead encourage non committed friendship. Engage in some hobbies or activities that you’d both enjoy. That way you can get to spend time with each other.
To conclude, remember nothing in this universe is unachievable. No situation is hopeless. But you have to ascertain whether it is worth the time, energy and effort, whether it would change the lives of the two of you for the better.
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