When breaking up with someone you love, you really need proven expert's advice on relationship issues. There are many websites, books, blogs, forums and even courses designed to provide relationship help? But common sense can really make a difference after a breakup. And common courtesy can go long way toward healing your relationship issues. If you're preoccupied with your lost relationship, then follow this simple advice. You'll give yourself the best chance of getting back together with that special someone.
Don't play games. This is very important, but unfortunately many people resort to this during breakups because it gives them a sense of power. If you can make the other person think that you don't care, or you care more than you really do, you're manipulating them and that can feel great. But it won't feel great for long. Eventually you'll realize that lying and tricking the other person isn't a good feeling. And anything good that happens because of it will always be sullied a little because of the lie. Some people play games where they pretend to be dating someone else, or they pretend to be in love with someone else. This is a ploy to make the ex jealous. While it does work now and then, other times it makes the breakup permanent because it backfires. Your ex could be so jealous at the thought of you being with someone else that they want you back, or they could decide that since you moved on so quickly, you don't really care about them anyway. You have no way of knowing which way this ploy will work until it's too late.
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Don't be mean. This holds true in any situation or any relationship issue, but sometimes the anger around a breakup makes us act more viciously than we normally might. Even if you're hurt, the fact that you want to know where to find the most appropriate help shows that you're ready to forgive that person. If you couldn't, you wouldn't want your ex back, you'd be glad it was over. Now, think about how you've been acting. If you were your ex, would you look forward to spending time with you or talking to you? Or would you dread each time? Do you shout and nag? Even if you feel like raising all kinds of arguments, simply don't. Work very hard at controlling your anger and hurt, and being a person they can miss. Be on your best behavior and make your ex remember what drew them to you in the first place. They'll remember your good points and will miss them. Then you'll have better chances of being able to solve your relationship issues with your ex. These are just the beginning steps in winning your ex back. They are the initial steps I followed when I lost the love of my life.