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The “No Contact Rule” After The Break Up

The “No Contact” Period Hopefully I’ve sufficiently convinced you that even though it isn’t easy, you must maintain a distance from your ex-girlfriend for the time being. Remember, even though your girlfriend broke up with you, she is used to getting your attention. She craves it, even. You may be saying to yourself, “If she craves my attention, why did…

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Consider The Following Conversation

Consider the following conversation: LISA: “I just heard my uncle is in the hospital. It sounds like he’s really sick.” JOHN: “I’m sorry to hear about that, honey. How’s your aunt handling it? You should call her.” LISA: “Didn’t you hear me? I just said he was sick. It’s got nothing to do with her. My God, he could die…

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Things Women Do Not Like About Men

Women are NOT attracted to the following qualities: Neediness Nothing is less attractive to a girl (or a guy, if think about it) than someone who is constantly wanting to be at your side, not winning your respect but instead your pity because they seemingly have nothing else to do but hang on you. Think in terms of supply and…

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You Live Together

Let’s discuss these in order. Later on, we’ll talk about some of these exceptions in more detail, but for now we want you to know exactly what type of contact (if any) would be advisable for your situation. Exception 1: You Live Together Of the situations described above, living together makes things the most difficult. Perhaps you were previously roommates…

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The Short-Term Relationship

Exception 5: The Short-Term Relationship This is the most important of the exceptions, because in this situation, having an extended No Contact period with her can kill your chances of getting her back. This is because you have not spent the time together that is really required for her to depend on your affection, attention, and presence in her life….

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Getting Through A Breakup: What You Feel Now

If your girlfriend recently broke up with you, you’re probably feeling blindsided right now. This is probably the most common response when someone is on the receiving end of a breakup. When you’re completely surprised by something, there is shock and disbelief to deal with. But we’ll assume that since you’re reading this book, you’ve managed to recognize that the…

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Tales From the Front Lines: The Clone

Tales From the Front Lines: The Clone A high school friend of mine, who we’ll call Jeff, dated Samantha through two years of high school and the first two years of college. However, as she got closer to the end of her college career and started thinking about her future, she decided that she wanted more than what Jeff was…

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The “No Contact” Period 2

I realize that 30 days might seem like an awfully long time from where you’re sitting right now. So here’s what you’ll need to do: Take things that remind you of your ex (pictures, gifts, etc.) and put them somewhere where you won’t see them. I suggest storing them at a friend’s place, or somewhere besides your home. This is…

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Meeting Up

Meeting Up OK, so assuming you’re not in a long-distance relationship, arranging this “casual meetup” shouldn’t be too hard at this point. You can meet at a coffee shop, have a light dinner, or anything else that you’ll both feel comfortable with. Just remember: you pick the place and time. Why is this important? Because this is how you’re going…

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Contain Your Emotions 3

Contain Your Emotions How do you “empty your anger?” Well, there are plenty of ways, and they’re good strategies to use even when you aren’t dealing with a recent breakup. In fact, one of the best ways to release anger is through sports or vigorous exercise. You can swing, hit, throw, or even punch the aggression out of your body….

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