how can i get the man i love back
i lie a lot to my boyfreind and he didnt like it theyre only small things i lie about i knw its stupid and i should tell the truth he finished with me today because of this and i really love him
Just talk to him. Tell him the truth. Call him and talk to him face to face. If you really love him, tell him. All it takes is a little honesty. I wrote a hub about honesty and the Golden Rule a couple of weeks ago. Check it out. It will probably apply in this instance. Admit your faults and explain to him why you do this. If you come clean with him, chances are that he will take you back.
You owe him a really good heartfelt apology. Tell him how much you love him and your reasons for wanting a fresh start, with the promise to be honest and open with him in the future. After this, give him a little time to think about what you said (don't pester him about it), and he may soon come around.
If your trying to get a man back that you are in love with then just give it time. If you had a relationship for over 3 years and you just broke up and still have feelings for that person then just give it time. Take that time to get into shape, do something different with your hair, change your appearance all together. Nothin better then a guy seeing his ex girl walk in a market looking better then ever! Trust me i been there.
If you go chasing him then he is just gonna wanna turn you dont cause guys love to be in control, but if you let him find out what he's been missing from his life then he will definately come back to you. Without a doubt!!!
From experience , I learned you have to really want the love. Tell him , seek him, and if its all positive and the receptiveness is the same, and you discuss it. If he's not married, then real love will prevail. It works you have to really put your heart into him and value the love and settle down. Real love is a constant and you can't purchase my belief.
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