In this video, relationship coach Brad Browning, a relationship coach discusses 5 common mistakes you make that will ruin your chances of getting back together with your ex.
Mistake 1: Begging and Pleading
After a break up you are in an emotionally damaged state and not in the frame of mind to make rational decisions. You will never be able to convince your ex to get back together with you. You need to build natural, organic attraction, not beg and plead.
Mistake 2: Getting Angry or Emotional
After a break up, especially one you didn’t see coming, you may be angry or emotional. Try hard not to display these emotions or anger in front of him. It’s best if you can engage in little to no conflict at all with your ex.
Mistake 3: Saying “I Love You”
Right after a break up is not the appropriate time to express sentiments like “I miss you” or “I love you.” It’s a common mistake women make, but they aren’t going to be helpful sentiments at this point.
Mistake 4: Publically Showing Heartbreak
Learn to keep your hurt private. You don’t want to be publically demonstrating heartbreak or having public outbursts. You don’t want your ex to know for certain that you are feeling emotionally damaged over the break up. It is far more valuable for him to think you are doing fine.
Mistake 5: Being Friends
If you want your ex back, you don’t want to end up as “just friends.” If you get back together, you want to do it as a couple. If you remain his friend, there is a strong chance you won’t end up as a friend at all, but as his emotional dumping ground.
About Brad Browning
Brad Browning is a relationship coach and breakup expert from Vancouver, Canada. For the past decade, Brad has worked with thousands of men and women around the world, helping to reverse breakups and mend broken relationships.
Brad is author of the best-selling Ex Factor Guide program, which teaches readers how to get their ex back. He also offers personal coaching to a limited number of clients, guiding them through the process of winning back an ex or recovering from a difficult breakup.