How I got my Ex-boyfriend to Come Back By Nancy Newton www.fastrelationshipfix.com
If you have ever gone through a breakup you will know how heartbreaking it feels. I have had my fair share and I have learned a lot about the male psyche in the process. I’m happy to get my ex-boyfriend back about 6 months after we broke up. Here’s how I did it. Hard as it was, I had to first let go of him. So we mutually decided it was best not to see each other for a period of time. At least, that gave me some time to get over the pain. At the same time, I did a lot of soul-searching to pinpoint my faults that contributed to our breakup. I found plenty. So I worked on getting my own act together first. At the same time, I also got involved with something totally different. I started taking guitar lessons (since my ex is a good guitarist). It served a dual purpose – it helped me meet some new people and gave me something I could use to get back together with my ex-boyfriend eventually. Next, I waited for the right time to contact my ex-boyfriend again. But I wanted to make it look casual and natural. By this time, it was already more than 2 months since we broke up. The perfect opportunity came when a jazz guitar festival was to be held in town. I got a couple of other friends together and invited my ex along as well. It went just as I planned – casual, fun, friendly and entertaining – and everyone had a good time.
Click Here How I got my Ex-boyfriend to Come Back The following week, I called my ex-boyfriend again. This time, I asked him for help in the one area I knew he would be most interested in. You guessed it – guitars. I asked him to go with me to shop for a new guitar. As expected, he readily agreed. You see, the one thing I learned about men is that they always want to feel in control. Getting my ex to give me advice was a great way to do that. Needless to say, he was surprised I had learned to play the guitar. That’s another thing I learned – to spring pleasant surprises. Naturally the next step was to ask him to coach me in playing the guitar. My fingers hurt like crazy the first few months but it was worth it as it gave me the perfect excuse to be with my ex-boyfriend again. And he didn’t seem to mind because he was ‘in control’ (or so he thought). The good thing was that we always had a good time in our guitar lessons. And that’s another thing I learned – it’s important to have memorable times of casual fun together. By the fifth month after our breakup, we started to talk about more serious issues like our relationship. We exchanged apologies and eventually made up. Today, we are so happy we’re planning to get engaged!
You might be wondering how I learned all these ‘tricks’. Well, I had a good coach – my brother. Learn more about getting back together, get your ex wife back, winning back your ex