This is the most common situation after a breakup. It doesn’t matter if the breakup was your idea or your ex’s. But more often than not, you will find that your ex will be in a recovery relationship within a couple of weeks.
This is not the end of the world. In fact, if you handle it right, it could work right in your hands. All you have to do is handle the situation the right way. That is, not the way most people react naturally.
The natural way to react, and the way most people react, is to get jealous. Some people even become bullies. Wondering what the new interest has that you don’t.
If your ex is in a rebound relationship, which is what happens if they date someone immediately after the breakup, you still have a very good chance of getting back together. And it doesn’t matter if the breakup was their fault or yours.
Here’s the thing. In most cases, a rebound relationship will be with someone who is almost your polar opposite. Someone who is as different from you in certain ways as possible.
But armed with the simple strategies you’re about to learn, you’ll be able to win your ex back. In fact, getting your ex back will be like taking candy from a baby. Simply because hardly anyone understands the following…
A – Don’t chase after your ex. Let them realize in their own time what they are missing. Putting pressure on them not only drives your ex away, but also reassures them that you are still there for them should they want to get back together.
This is not what you want.
Rule number one is don’t crawl backwards on your hands and knees. If you want them back, then you must avoid all forms of pressure. And every form of persuasion and appeal.
You can keep in touch, just keep it light and happy, but no pressure. No declarations of love, no pleas and no pleas.
Rule number two is to stay away from your ex. Put some distance between the two of you. If he is dating someone else and you start acting jealous, all it will do is make the attraction between the two of you stronger. But if you walk away, your ex will not only start to miss you, but also seriously start to think that he has made a big mistake.
When they start to feel that, you’ll soon find them showing more interest in you and seeming to naturally move away from the jumper.
When it comes down A rebound relationship is exactly that. Something to recover from. You can then have them bounce back at you or something else.
Here is the key. If you need the relationship more than your ex, you will end up apart. But if you can convince them that you’re perfectly happy without them, more often than not, they’ll soon be after you.
I’ve seen it happen over and over again.
If you can go against your initial instincts, keep your distance, and avoid pressuring your ex, sooner or later they will do a full 360 and be the one to come after you.