Breaking up is never easy, especially when you find out your ex has moved on. Want him back? When your ex-boyfriend has moved on, follow these three steps:
- Set a time limit for winning him back (after which you will move on if unsuccessful.)
- Become so absorbed in your affairs that you barely have time to think of your ex.
- Send occasional fun, witty, even flirty messages, so you train him to look forward to hearing from you.
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First, give yourself a time constraint for keeping your door ajar. A time limit ensures you will not drift along aimlessly and squander life.
Second, you should strive to be so absorbed in your affairs that you barely have the time to think about your ex. The fuller your life is, the happier you will be and the more appealing you will be to him.
Once you have a time frame and an active life, the next step is to get him talking to you again. Most likely, it’s been a few weeks since you last texted, called, emailed, or did anything else to contact your ex. As such, you need to break the ice.
To start with, send infrequent fun, witty, and even flirtatious messages to your ex-boyfriend. Your goal is to train him to look forward to hearing from you. If your text messages feel good to him, he will look forward to receiving them.
Repeat the process until you can persuade your ex-boyfriend to meet up with you.
Lastly, if he is in a rebound relationship, the steps do not change.
To get your ex back after he has moved on, follow these three steps: set a time limit for winning him back, become so absorbed in your own affairs that you barely have time to think of your ex, and send occasional fun and flirty messages. To succeed, you need to break the ice, train your ex-boyfriend to look forward to hearing from you, and ultimately persuade him to meet up with you.