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Everyone at one point or another in their lives knows what it feels like to be without someone they were once romantically involved with, whether by choice or not.Breakups are difficult for both parties in a relationship. You’ve shared something together, and now it is lost, or so it seems.Don’t throw in the towel too early but be realistic and slow moving in how you progress forward if you have hopes of getting your ex back.

The first instinct most people have after a breakup is to react immediately, and nearly always works out to be a mistake.  It is best to allow things to cool off; each party needs time to think, reflect, and
evaluate. The cool off and reflective stage is critical to any ended relationship.  It can be the single deciding factor in whether the love relationship itself is salvageable. No matter how difficult it is, refrain from taking actions you’ll most surely regret later. The reflective period does not necessarily have a time limit.

It may take days, weeks, or even months. Consider it a time of healing and a time to put things into perspective.  It’s most important during this cooling off phase that you use your time to reflect on the factors that may have caused the relationship to end. Until you can make this determination, the reflective period is an on going process; it’s critical to assess the situation objectively and honestly. What caused the break up?

The reason the relationship ended does have bearing on the course of action required on getting back your ex, and whether retrieval is an option or not.

For example, if the relationship ended because your ex found someone else, attempting to get him/her back could be humiliating and a futile effort, depending on how serious he/she is about the new found love. In this scenario, time and restraint are your best friends.

If, on the other hand, the relationship ended because of differences in opinion, financial burdens, career difficulties, dependencies, simple yet solvable incompatibilities and the like, the jury is still out; the possibility of reconciliation is possible and even very hopeful.

No matter the situation you must always have hope but hope alone isn’t enough to win back the love of your life. Sitting around hoping that they’ll return to you without being armed with the proper tools and techniques to help tip the balance in your favor is asking for failure. Which is why you need a little help along the way and that’s what you’re going to get today. You’ll learn the things to avoid doing or saying that could get your ex to run away rather than toward you.

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Everyone at one point or another in their lives knows what it feels like to be without someone they were once romantically involved with, whether by choice or not.Breakups are difficult for both parties in a relationship. You’ve shared something together, and now it is lost, or so it seems.Don’t throw in the towel too early but be realistic and slow moving in how you progress forward if you have hopes of getting your ex back.

The first instinct most people have after a breakup is to react immediately, and nearly always works out to be a mistake.  It is best to allow things to cool off; each party needs time to think, reflect, and
evaluate. The cool off and reflective stage is critical to any ended relationship.  It can be the single deciding factor in whether the love relationship itself is salvageable. No matter how difficult it is, refrain from taking actions you’ll most surely regret later. The reflective period does not necessarily have a time limit.

It may take days, weeks, or even months. Consider it a time of healing and a time to put things into perspective.  It’s most important during this cooling off phase that you use your time to reflect on the factors that may have caused the relationship to end. Until you can make this determination, the reflective period is an on going process; it’s critical to assess the situation objectively and honestly. What caused the break up?

The reason the relationship ended does have bearing on the course of action required on getting back your ex, and whether retrieval is an option or not.

For example, if the relationship ended because your ex found someone else, attempting to get him/her back could be humiliating and a futile effort, depending on how serious he/she is about the new found love. In this scenario, time and restraint are your best friends.

If, on the other hand, the relationship ended because of differences in opinion, financial burdens, career difficulties, dependencies, simple yet solvable incompatibilities and the like, the jury is still out; the possibility of reconciliation is possible and even very hopeful.

No matter the situation you must always have hope but hope alone isn’t enough to win back the love of your life. Sitting around hoping that they’ll return to you without being armed with the proper tools and techniques to help tip the balance in your favor is asking for failure. Which is why you need a little help along the way and that’s what you’re going to get today. You’ll learn the things to avoid doing or saying that could get your ex to run away rather than toward you.

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