How To Get Your Ex Back Over Text By Derek Blandford
The first few text messages you send after a breakup are a critical part of learning how to get your ex back over text. It's easy to panic. It's easy to sound desperate. It's easy to barge in full bore with your thumbs blazing fire off your keypad and really mess things up for good. So the first thing to do is relax. Take a step back. Break off all contact for a little while. Try a month, maybe two if your ex is super mad at you right now. It can seem like hell, but it will be worth it. Next, let's talk about how to get your ex back over text by focusing on some things you should know about your first few text messages. Understand there is no single text that is going to magically bring your ex back to you by tomorrow morning. It's just not going to happen. Don't put a ton of pressure on yourself to find that "magical combination of words" that is so poetic and romantic even Emily Dickinson or Lord Byron would be impressed. You'll drive yourself crazy trying to devise the "perfect" text. And you won't sound like yourself anyway. One of the first things many people think they should say in a first text is to apologize repeatedly, start professing their undying love, or immediately start talking about the relationship and how things are going to change and be different the second time around. These are complete attraction extinguishers and will kill any buzz and excitement your ex may have over hearing from you again. If you want to get your ex back over text, avoid talking about your past relationship. You don't want that relationship back anyway. Trust me, you don't. It didn't work. What you want is a new, better relationship with your ex. Focus your first few texts (actually all of your texts) on fun, upbeat, positive things. Refuse to go negative no matter what. Even if your ex replies with something that makes your blood boil and makes steam want to explode from your ears like Vesuvius, you have to keep yourself from being wrangled into a fight over text. When you first make contact with your ex, don't expect a reply right away. Your first few texts may go unanswered. That's perfectly normal. In fact, you should craft your first few texts so your ex doesn't feel a need to respond. Leave them an "out" so they don't feel pressured or cornered. And by all means don't text repeatedly with things like...
"Why aren't you answering me?" "Are you there?"
"I've sent you 3 texts and you haven't replied. What gives?"
Unless of course you want your ex to have nothing to do with you now or in the future.
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