Ready to learn how to get your ex back after a painful breakup? If you're going through a bad breakup, you can take consolation in this simple fact -- you are not alone.
Although your breakup is undoubtedly unique, every day thousands of couples all over the world break up and get back together. The simple truth is, most breakups are reversible. In fact, speaking from experience I would go so far as to say that 90% of all relationships can be put back together. The difference between the couples who get together and those who don't is the system that they follow to make it happen.
Having read this, you're probably asking yourself -- how come you see so many single and separated people out there? If the majority of breakups are reversible, why do people go on with their lives and never succeed in winning their ex back?
The answer lies in the fact that, while most breakups are indeed reversible, most people go about it in exactly the wrong way. Instead of using proven methods that have been tested over and over again, they stick with extremely popular -- and usually devastating -- misconceptions.
For example, they continue to run after and harass their ex, bombard them with letters and text messages and all but drop on their knees begging to be taken back. Contrary to what you may have heard or seen in Hollywood movies, these methods never work. Sure, you may have seen that episode of your favorite soap opera where the guy shows up at his ex-girlfriend's place with a bouquet of roses, said the right words and within moments everything was forgotten and forgiven.
I hate to be the one to break it to you, but this kind of thing just doesn't work in real life. In fact, most conventional techniques for attracting the attention of your ex and getting them to change their mind are completely and utterly wrong. The main reason why they are so ineffective is that they are often based on conventional dating wisdom. In other words, at their heart, they are little more than methods aimed at seducing someone of the opposite sex -- as opposed to winning your ex back.
Believe it or not, but the road to winning your ex back actually starts the moment you break-up. Of course, they're not going to fall into your arms just yet - in fact, as you will discover, getting an ex back can be a pretty lengthy process. But depending on how you handle the break-up itself, your road to reconciliation will be made easier or harder.
After extensive research, personal experience and interviewing people who have broken up and gone back together it's become apparent to me that those who have reconciled have followed a system to make it happen.
Those who haven't, made silly mistakes and wasted time when they could have been getting back together. I know which I'd prefer, how about you?