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How to Cope With A Break Up Using The No Contact Rule

I would like to explain how to cope with a break up by using the no contact rule effectively. Most people choose to deal with the pain of heart break by trying to get their ex back as quickly as possible. This usually ends up making them feel much worse after their ex turns away from their attempts to get back together again.

This is where the no contact rule comes into play. It is your best strategy to get over a breakup, and back on your feet again.

The Fastest Way to Get Over A Break Up

Coping with a break up all by yourself seems like a scary thought. You feel like you will never be able to do it alone. Your mind is clouded and full of negativity, and there seems to be no hope. No one can survive a broken heart if they choose to live like this for an extended length of time. That is why the very first step you need to take is to let yourself grieve. It is OK to grieve, but you can not let it rule your life.

Don’t kid yourself, scheming to get your ex back will not let you grieve, it will only prolong it.

Use The No Contact Rule to Clear Your Break up Pain Away

By not trying to win back your ex you will be enabling yourself to let go of the old failed relationship, and the pain associated with it…the breakup pain. You know, that ache in your heart you feel every morning when you wake up. This is why it is so important that you stick with the no contact rule for at least 9-12 months.

You must let go of the old failed relationship with your ex, and let your heart heal as well.

Exactly How Does The No Contact Rule Help You Cope With A Break Up?

No contact helps you to deal with a break up by giving you time and space away from your ex boyfriend, ex girlfriend, ex husband, or ex wife. I know this worries you because you fear that this much time will give them time to move on, and you’re exactly right! You want your ex to move on from the old failed relationship.

You both need to move past the old relationship and all the pain associated with it. That will be a good thing, not a bad thing.

What is The Biggest Thing Keeping You From Getting Over A Breakup?

The first mental block you need to remove to overcome your breakup pain is the belief that by moving on from your old relationship, that you will never be able to have another relationship with your ex again. This is not true. In fact, if you use the no contact rule correctly, you will not only learn how to cope with a break up, but you will also be clearing the way for the possibility of an even better relationship with your ex in the future.

The no contact rule gives you the hope of a better, brighter future, and an even better love life.

Who Am I and Why Should You Listen to Me?

My name is S. Williams, and I have been helping people since 2008 to overcome break up pain, and get their lives back. I even have an “About” section that I recommend you read. I know the name of my site is: How to Get Your Ex Back Fast, but I teach people how to get their lives back, not their ex’s.

If you’re interested in working with me (and our forum members) to get your life back, join my free newsletter for access to the free plan to get your ex back fast, and start getting your life back today. The answers you need to start your personal evolution are waiting for you, don’t hesitate another minute…come and get them.

Once you get your life back, everything else will just start to fall into place…I promise. If you have any comments or questions please write them in the comment box below.

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Until next time,

S. Williams

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  1. Hi,
    I have a question about the letter and the NC rule. This guy I was seeing casually for 2 months suggested we need to let things settle down a bit. I am going through a bitter divorce, and my ex is following me and harrased this other guy. I feel aweful. The other guy and I talked over the phone rationally last night. I wanted to be with him, and he said not now, let things calm down and then we will be in touch. I really like this guy. I did, however, agree with him that this was the best thing to do for all involved and we ended on good terms. Do I still have to write a letter to let him know I agree again and to have no contact with me? I think this would be wasting my time, since we already agreed to this. I won’t contact him.
    Any advice?
    Thanks
    Emily

    1. Hi,

      If you are just taking a break because your ex is being crazy, you’re not really broken up, right?

      But.

      If you feel he is just using this as an excuse to date other women, then I would recommend that you send the correct NC message as outlined in the free plan, and start evolving past the breakup, so you can heal faster.

      It really doesn’t matter what you said, or did previously.

      I help people get over a break up and get their lives back, not get their ex back, and I explain why in the “About” section on my Blog.

      Go read the free plan to get your ex back and follow ALL the steps to get over a broken heart, evolve past the breakup, and get your life back again.

      Thank you for writing.

      Take Care,

      S.W.

      IMPORTANT – If you found this information helpful or useful, please give me a “+1” rating by using the colored “+1 button” at the bottom of the above article. I’d really appreciate it.

      1. Hi,
        And thanks so much for getting back to me so quickly!
        Yes, you do have a point..I guess we are really not broken up, just not together, that is why I feel like it’s sort of like a break up. Thank you for clarifying this. As, he did say when things calm down we will be in touch. I don’t believe he is seeing anyone.
        And thank you again!
        Emily

        1. You’re Welcome…Good Luck! 🙂

          Take Care,

          S.W.

  2. Hi S. Williams,
    Up until 2 weeks ago, I was dating a guy for 3 1/2 months. He broke things off very suddenly, as he felt like I was trying to get more comitted (wanted to met friends and family, etc) and he started to get more uncomfortable. Everything was great, we had a wonderful relationship, compatable, chemistry, very close, etc. There was a period for 10 days when he didn’t contact me at all after the break up, but directly after the break up, I got a drunk VM, 8 love song You Tube video clips and in last 2 days, more you tube love song and romantic emails last night, a VM at 2am asking how I am, etc and he’d like to hear from me. I put myself on a no-contact rule (I have not initiated any contact and I am the dumpee), but need advice?..should I respond and when? I would like to get back with him, but only if he has had a change of heart (let the wall down built around his heart).

    1. Hi,

      I would respond, but with the recommended NC message as outlined in the free plan.

      It sounds like he is having second thoughts, but he hasn’t changed, and will just dump you again if you take him back.

      You can not make someone change, they have to make that choice themselves.

      I help people get over a break up and get their lives back, not get their ex back, and I explain why in the “About” section on my Blog.

      Go read the free plan to get your ex back and follow ALL the steps to get over a broken heart, evolve past the breakup, and get your life back again.

      Thank you for writing.

      Take Care,

      S.W.

      IMPORTANT – If you found this information helpful or useful, please give me a “+1” rating by using the colored “+1 button” at the top or bottom of the above article. I’d really appreciate it.

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