No Contact: Should You Tell Your Ex?

Should you tell your ex about your decision to go no-contact? This question stirs up a whirlwind of emotions for many people. If you’re in this position, allow me to clear the air for you.

Here’s the golden nugget of wisdom, so listen up: Don’t tell your ex you’re “going no-contact” on them. Just do it.

Why? Because the no-contact rule is not a spectacle you need to announce to the world. It’s an inward decision, a boundary you’re setting to focus on healing and taking care of yourself.

💡 Remember, actions speak louder than words. When you declare your intentions, you often dilute the power behind your actions.

My experience? I’ve been helping individuals navigate these murky waters for over a decade. And trust me, it’s a lot more effective to simply implement the no-contact rule than to discuss it.

🚨 Alert! This doesn’t mean you should be rude or disrespectful. Instead, maintain dignity and respect, understanding that this step is essential for your healing and growth.

In a nutshell, the no-contact rule can be a vital tool in your recovery toolkit, whether you’re looking to reconcile or move on. It offers you the space and time to heal and rediscover your strength.

But just do it. Start the no-contact rule without announcing it to your ex. The only person who needs to know about this decision is you.

And remember, in this healing journey, you’re not alone. Be strong and brave. It’s your time to focus on you. 👍👍👍

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About the author: Michael Fulmer is a breakup repair consultant and relationship coach. He publishes the Ex-Communication newsletter to inboxes all over the world. He also runs the Breakup Dojo, where he teaches you to make the right moves to outwit your ex’s negative feelings. Michael has been undoing breakups since 2011. No fancy suits, videos, or fake smiling photos. You won’t find Michael featured on Youtube, either.