For the girls, what did you do to get your ex-boyfriend to come back?

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  1. stricktlydating profile image85
    stricktlydatingposted 13 years ago

    For the girls, what did you do to get your ex-boyfriend to come back?

  2. nkenke profile image60
    nkenkeposted 13 years ago

    you can go to him and let him know that you still love him.just open up and tell him that.send him know that communication brings people together.always make him notice you.dress well maybe sexy anything you want to see or talk with him.keep trying you maybe lucky.he will come back.if you do have sex with him before he became your ex,try make him sleep with you he must fall.the feelings will come can do this only if that is his weak point.if not try to know his weak can start from there

  3. 4Me2you profile image54
    4Me2youposted 13 years ago

    You can't make him come-back, however if he really wants you.  He will come back on his own.  You just have to be sure that you really want him to come back and if he is coming back for the wrong reasons i.e. just to use you for sex, a place to stay, or worse..he wants to keep you and the new girlfriend.  Don't fall for that trick, you will played!!

  4. donotfear profile image84
    donotfearposted 12 years ago

    If he was my ex, it was for a reason. Probably don't want him back....why did he leave anyway?

  5. RachelLynn profile image61
    RachelLynnposted 12 years ago

    I've tried everything imaginable to get a few of my exes back.  No tactics worked, and if by some random chance they did come back, it never lasted because of trust issues from the time before.  You're best off to take some time to yourself, to find what makes you happy, and to go looking for someone who supports you 100% and loves you for who you are.  Granted, it isn't easy, but after I spent 2 years single, I was ready, and now have met one of the most wonderful men I've ever known.  I hope you can find a happy relationship as well.  Good luck!  smile

  6. Justine T profile image58
    Justine Tposted 12 years ago

    i wated for him...he never called so one day i just called him an it turned out he missed me 2 an he asked me to spend a weekend with was amazzzing...but later on he just turned out to be the same little boy... an it ended i agree he an x for a reasion...dont get me wrong i am long from over it an an if he showed up at my door i would let him in ;in a heart beet...what did he do?

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    kjchicposted 12 years ago

    I've only managed to snare one ex back in terms of continuing a relationship with him...repeatedly (broke up multiple times for silly stuff.)  This worked each time: Give him a week to a month, call him and apologize for whatever the breakup was about and talk about it in grownup terms, not whining or name calling or accusing.  Of course, if it was blatantly his fault and he never apologizes or admits to his own actions, you will always hold resentment for that and the relationship won't work.  That's why my relationship with him never lasted: I had to take the blame for everything.  It's unhealthy.  You can try to apologize, but keep the actual relationship in equal terms.  If he can't do that for you, he is not worth it no matter how much it hurts for him to be gone.

  8. profile image50
    youdamanposted 12 years ago

    First of all...give them their space.  If they still love you that is a great thing.

    Read some books on the subject.  They teach you how to make the right moves which will make him want you back. 

    When I first read the books I noticed that all of their suggestions were opposite of what a normal person would do.  Once you read the books and start to understand what they are saying you will see that it makes so much sense to follow their ideas.

    I ended up getting my ex back even after we were broken up for four months. 

    The blog that explains all of this is located at I was basically in the same situation.  Before you do anything read some books on the subject before you make mistakes that you cannot take back.

    The most helpful info that I found was at … og-365563/ and I think that it saved my five year relationship.

    It tells you exactly what to do without looking like a psycho or stalker.
    if you are interested in checking this out.

  9. Leelin profile image61
    Leelinposted 12 years ago

    You need a to think about yourself and do what makes you happy. Truthfully, acting like you don't really care if he comes back or not, is much better that calling, and-or texting him everyday!
    If he is the only one who can bring you happiness, follow my link back to a Hub I wrote called How To Get An Ex Back - Make My Ex Want Me Back! and follow the link to an eBook called The Magic Of Making Up. This eBook can give you a whole new perspective, and help you feel empowered! It really can! You can feel "in control" again, and even make a reconciliation HIS IDEA! If he is truly your soul-mate...don't let anything stop you, but be smart about it.


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