So you and your ex broke up, but he or she is on the rebound and starts a new relationship. You may feel like all hope is lost, but don’t be so quick to give up.
Very often, someone will get into another relationship just to try to get over their ex or to make their ex jealous. But that person will not be their ex and therein, lies the problem.
If your ex is still in love with you and tries to get with someone else, it will never work. Everything that the new so-called flame does will remind your ex that it’s not you, which in most cases, will drive your ex back to you if you play your cards right.
While your ex is spending time with this new person in their life, make sure that you work on improving the things that you may have done to lose your love in the first place.
As hard as it may be, try to let the rebound relationship run its due course. Your ex will see all the flaws in this new person and you will be looking better and better. Even if things weren’t great, your ex will begin to romanticize about the relationship that you both shared and see only the good things.
When your ex calls you and asks to see you again, try to be calm and cool about it. Don’t try to talk to your ex to convince him or her that you were the love of their life. He or she will discover this soon enough.
If you are sorry for something that you may have done wrong, you can let your ex know that you’re sorry, but don’t keep going back to it.
Do NOT beg your ex to take you back. Give your ex the space needed to regret losing you. Try to be the person that he or she fell in love with in the first place. Although losing someone can be a huge blow to the ego, try to remain confident and strong in your ex’s presence.
If you can do these things, your ex will soon begin seeing the good points of your relationship, giving you the opportunity to start over for a better and healthier relationship moving forward.