Breaking up with someone can be a real struggle for most of us, especially if we invested much in the relationship and still can’t figure out what went wrong. Often enough, we find ourselves looking for closure where there’s none and spend endless days and maybe even months trying to find solace in the things we do or the new people we meet.
Sure thing, friends and family are always there for us and we can easily find peace within their company – but not all amounts to a few moments spent in the company of others. Most of the time we get to spend with ourselves, our thoughts and feelings which often enough, especially after a breakup, can be rather glum.
Luckily enough, if you really cared about the person you were with and really do feel that something beautiful could have come from it, then you could easily be guided towards trying to make it work again. In most cases though, that won’t be as easy as you might thing. She might not want you back, or talk to you at all. And that could potentially make things a lot harder – but if she’s still willing to hear you out, then you’ve got a good chance at winning her back before all is lost.
Humans develop relationships with each other and those relationships do not end in an instant. It takes time for us to detach ourselves from the important people in our life. And it’s important to take advantage of that time when you’re trying to get your ex back. It’s this time in which she’s the most vulnerable and most likely to take your plea into consideration. But you shouldn’t beg – nobody should ever beg. It shows weakness and submission when all you really have to do is avoid such an image being formed in her mind about you. If you truly want her back, be sincere in that and don’t stagger and fall whenever you lay eyes on her. Also don’t get your hopes up from the instant she accepts talking to you – there’s still a lot more work to be done if you really want to get her back.
Last, but not least, let her have her space. Don’t abuse the privilege of having the chance to talk to her. She might need to look at everything from an objective viewpoint and that’s simply not possible if you’re constantly in the way.