How to Get Back With a Guy After a Breakup

If you recently lost your guy, I know you are hurting bad and want to know how to get back with a guy after a breakup. You might have already tried and failed, which only made you feel more miserable. If that’s the case then listen very carefully to what I am going to tell you. Because what you do now will be very critical to getting him back.

The first thing you must do is to stop moping around and feeling sorry for yourself. Fix yourself up. Dress sexy and make sure he sees you. When you see him ignore him completely. Act as if he doesn’t exist. Always act happy and like you are having the time of your life.

Start dating again and make sure you lead your date to places where your ex will be. Again ignore him and give all of your attention to your date. You get the point here – make him jealous. Let him see that you can live without him and make him see how foolish he was to let you go.

If there is a chance to get your guy back – if he really loves you, seeing you with someone else will have him crawling back to you so fast he will be falling all over himself.

By taking these actions although they might seem drastic and even risky, you are bringing matters to a head. If you succeed, you get your guy back. If you don’t succeed, it is still worth the try because you will find out that the relationship breakup is final and you can move on with your life.

Another thing that might happen is that you might find that you don’t really want to get your guy back after all. You might start having such a good time that you decide he’s not worth all the pain he caused you.

The very least result of this will be that you have shown him that you are mature enough to make a life for yourself without relying on him. But my bet will be that you will get your guy back. If you decide that you still want him back.

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