When you're trying to get your ex boyfriend back, while a cooling-off period can do you both a lot of good, you don't want to wait too long. Once the memories of all the good times you had together start to fade or he meets another woman, you may have lost him for good. To make sure that doesn’t happen, here’s a step-by-step plan to get your ex boyfriend back fast.
Assess why he left
When you first met, you were both on your best behavior and a lot more tolerant of each others quirks. But be honest, after you got more comfortable with each other you weren't so perfect all the time, were you? Maybe you started to take him for granted or you got a little pushy now and then. Before you can get your ex boyfriend back for good, you need to know what made him leave in the first place.
Fix problems on your end
Once you know what went wrong, you need to find a way to make sure it doesn't happen again. It's easy to blame his annoying habits or lack of communication skills for any tensions between you two, but ultimately you are responsible for your reactions to whatever he does. You'll either have to find a better way to deal with whatever he did that irritated you or decide maybe he wasn't the right guy for you after all.
Plan your first contact
So, hopefully you haven't already called him a dozen times and sent six emails titled "Please reply, I can't live without you." If you have, the rest of this article may not help you. If not, though, you still have the option of carefully planning how you're going to get to see him again. Stay away from pathetic excuses and go for something fun and casual like inviting him out with some of your friends to do something the two of you used to enjoy doing together.
Once you do get to talk to him, let him do the complaining and you do the listening. That doesn’t mean you should give in to all his demands, but at least hear him out before you jump in with your own opinions. Make sure this conversation takes place in a neutral setting and preferably a public one. There are two reasons for the neutral setting:
1. Neither one of you will feel you have the "home team advantage".
2. There is less chance of either of you letting your emotions run away with you.
Remember, even if they weren’t obvious to you, he had good reasons to leave. If you’re going to be a couple again, you'll need to do some compromising. One good tactic to get him to open up is to ask if he’d be willing to tell you what he felt went wrong in the relationship so you can learn from your mistakes.
You can probably get your ex boyfriend back a lot sooner than you think, but you need to have a proven plan to follow. Some of the free tips online may just backfire on you and make the split permanent. When you choose a proven plan designed by an experienced relationship counselor, though, you can not only get your ex boyfriend back, you can do it with a lot less stress and drama.
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