You want to get your ex back, and, you have bought every book out there, but, you still can’t get anywhere, right?
You need the “missing” link.
What is that?
Keep on reading.
It seems a chain is only as strong, as the weakest link.
But, what if it’s missing a link, altogether?
How to get your ex back using the infamous “missing” link.
The “Missing” Link
Every one of those books out there refers to using some version of the no contact rule, as your first step in, getting your ex back.
But, none of them really go into much detail.
I am going to fix that, here and now.
NC is just keeping your ex “out of the loop” personally, while you follow a plan on how to survive your breakup.
Here is how to start, and apply, no contact, in a variety of situations.
The First Step
Politely tell your ex, that you need some time and space, to work out some personal issues, and, you”ll be in touch, when you’re ready.
Also, tell them that you would really appreciate it if they would respect that, and, not contact you, unless it was something like, shared children, or financial affairs.
You can use any version of this you like, but, this is a general idea…OK?
The no contact message is a lot more effective (and powerful) when you’re polite.
Scenario 1 – You work for the same company
Just keep things polite, and do not engage in any conversations that are personal, just keep it all about work.
Scenario 2 – You Have The Same Circle of Friends
Pretty much the same advice, be polite, and, do not discuss your personal life with them, or, with your friends, when your ex is present.
Same thing if you happen to run into them, out in public, stay cool.
Scenario 3 – You share a child or children together
Once again, when picking up, or dropping off your kids just be polite, and, keep it all about your kids.
Same thing when you go to any of your kid’s events, where your ex will be present.
Scenario 4 – You’re roommates, live in the same house, but not room
Just be a polite roommate, keep to yourself, and, if it is too uncomfortable, make arrangements ASAP, to live somewhere else.
What If Your Ex, Keeps Contacting You?
Politely ignore them, you are not being rude, they are.
If they continue to contact you, resend the recommended NC message, as outlined in the free breakup survival plan.
The biggest excuse there is, (and, I do mean excuse) to break no contact is my ex just won’t leave me alone, so I had to.
No, you didn’t, and, now you have shown your ex, that they can still control you.
Now that you know how to get your ex back using the (not so missing) “Missing” link…get back out there!
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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 breakup pain, and, get their lives back.
I even have an “About” section, that I recommend you read.
I realize the address, of my site, is: How to Get Your Ex Back Fast, but, I “really” teach people, how to get their lives back, not just their ex’s.
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