Should I get back with my ex?

It really depends with the circumstances surrounding your relationship before.

What should I do to get back with my ex?

You need to make your ex feel that you love yourself. If you love yourself, people will love you, including your ex.
So here’s what you have to do:

  • Don’t contact your ex
  • Don’t post negativity on social media
  • Don’t hurt yourself
  • Don’t just get into relationships easily
  • Go out with friends and meet with new people
  • Start doing something that’s been on the Back burner

What are the effects if I get back with my ex?

After a breakup, it’s common to feel regret, anger, sadness, and disappointment. And, in some cases, the combination of such emotions could lead to a desire to get back with an ex.

But, should you be experiencing a similar feeling, there’s actually a pretty good reason to hold off. According to a new study, getting back with an ex could potentially bear negative effects on your mental health.

The reason for the psychological distress appears to be the patterns of breakup and renewal that accompany on-again-off-again relationships, which led researchers to conclude that too many significant relationship shifts can cause “added turmoil for individuals.”

What are the reasons why I should get back with him/her?

  • Remorse
  • Responsibility
  • Recognition
  • Remedy

When is it right to get back with an ex?

When you and your ex have the emotional maturity to understand why the break up occurred in the first place. This includes having self-respect and respect for your partner and being honest about why it didn’t work so you can figure out how to make it work.

When each of you have had some real time apart and used the time wisely. This means actually having some distance from each other so your heads are clear when making decisions. With that time, hopefully you and your partner have worked on yourselves and are prepared to be in a relationship again.

When you are both prepared to treat this relationship like a new one to some degree. I say this because you both probably don’t want to have the same arguments again and want a fresh start.

When you are both prepared to do some relationship homework and that may mean relationship counselling. It’s easy to fall back into negative habits but incredibly hard to break them.

Most people do not have the emotional maturity, motivation and desire to do the things listed above but if you do, I wish you all the best!