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How to get that breakup reversed

Posted on :2013-03-12 in

Nobody likes being alone, especially in those first few days after a relationship goes south.

 

When your heart is broken, it’s only natural that you spend a lot of time thinking about how to get that breakup reversed – in fact, to reunite with your ex may be the only thing your brain can focus on! To be fair, pulling it off successfully and creating a lasting union is incredibly challenging, but knowing you left the possibility of something great on the table can be enough to drive you insane for years – which means you’ll never be able to move on and meet someone else.

 

If you won’t be satisfied until you give it one last run, here are some helpful hints to make the most of the opportunity:

 

How to get that breakup reversed – Reunite with Your Ex

Figure Out What Went Wrong

Though your last fight may have focused on a particular issue, human interaction is almost never that simple. Superficial problems often mask deeper concerns, so you might have to think hard about themes to your arguments over the course of your relationship. Is there something that always came up? If you always seemed to end up debating the way money would be spent after starting on a wholly different topic, for example, then chances are good that is what your partner would like to see changed.

 

See If You Can Fix It

This may seem like a simple piece of advice, but when your ex-lover has a consistent complaint you ought to see if it’s something you can remedy. Be honest with yourself, though. Regardless of how much you think you’re willing to do, is it worth changing for? Let’s say, as in the previous example, it’s a matter of your income. Do you have a desire to ascend the financial ladder or would you prefer to stay in the fulfilling job you already have? You may feel desperate at the moment, but careful reflection about what’s truly important for the long haul should always win out.

 

Open Lines of Communication

Reach out to your ex and see if you can connect again. In the wake of a split, it’s a given that they will be reluctant to talk, so be politely persistent. Make a call or send an email expressing your desire to share what you’ve been thinking about, how his or her points have continued to resonate with you in the time since you parted ways and so on. Don’t be surprised if the first attempt or two are not well-received, as emotions can sometimes run high for a long time – especially if unkind words and damaging insults were exchanged.

 

End Up Happy

When you finally do get through, be careful to allow your former flame the chance to speak after listening to what you have to say. This conversation should be calm and honest, filled with reasons to give it a go one more time and a plan to make it better this time. If it dissolves into another argument or your proposals are blown off without a second thought, moving on is the best course of action. It will sting, of course, but it’s much better to be involved with someone who is willing to put in the work to make things good.


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