Often, a woman prematurely panics when she thinks a guy is pulling away and assumes it means he’s lost interest in her …when his behavior is actually perfectly normal or caused by something totally unrelated to his feelings for her.
Assuming it is a good idea to try to get him back, is it even possible? [Click here to keep reading…] Love doesn’t usually just evaporate because you broke up.
Yes, sometimes a breakup happens because one or both partners fell out of love (the classic, I love you but I’m not in love with you scenario), but more often people break up not because they don’t love each other, but because that love just wasn’t enough and they couldn’t make it work.
If there is any chance of you and your ex getting back together, that love still needs to be there.
But other elements also need to be in place, and we’ll discuss those as well in this article.
Nothing has changed on the inside, so nothing has changed on the outside, either.
If you get back together just because you miss him, you’re in serious danger of getting into an endless on/off cycle, driven entirely on emotions, and you could waste years of your life.
No matter what the issue, you can’t fix it for him. He can’t be your little pet project and you are not his therapist. You might think if you just stick it out and love him hard enough he’ll come around and change his mind. Every situation is different and it’s up to you to assess the situation and decide what the best move is.
But first, you need to identify exactly what you’re dealing with.
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The first question most women ask after a breakup is: can I get my ex back?