In this video Brad Browning, the Breakup Expert talks about when you should ask your ex to be in a relationship with you again, and how you should go about it.
You need to be elusive. Don’t show your ex that you want him back.
You need to do a period of no contact with your ex. If you haven’t given things space, then you will be jumping in too soon, if you pour your heart out too soon, you risk blowing things, and your ex will run for the hills.
You need to be covert, a bit more mysterious and elusive, and let your ex think that you’re not sure whether or not you want to be back in a relationship with him. That way if he wants you he will feel the fear of losing you. Ideally your ex will then be the one to ask YOU out.
Brad’s tips on how to be elusive and get your ex to want you back.
Tip 1: Say you’re on the fence:
Tell your ex that you’re on the fence about the whole relationship thing and that maybe breaking up was the right thing to do. Your ex will fear losing you and you will appear to be a little mysterious. This creates attraction.
If you ex asks you about getting back together, say you need to think about it and don’t dive straight in there.
Tip 2: Act like someone is chasing you:
Convey to your ex that you are a hot commodity and everyone is trying to get a piece of you. This way he will have to make a decision within himself as to whether or not he is really prepared to let you go.
Tip 3: Act hot and cold with your ex:
If things are going really well you will want to mix things up a little bit - pull away every now and then so that your ex feels a psychological attraction to you. Suddenly act a little cold and distant as it created a dynamic where your ex begins to chase you.
This may feel like you are playing games but after a breakup it is essential that you change the dynamics, as your relationship has become stagnant and you need to get emotions moving again. Many women fear doing this as they worry that their ex will simply lose interest in them - but this is very rarely the case.
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.