Sep 9, 2021 in Life Coaching
Do Exes Come Back or is it Just Wishful Thinking?
Read on to discover.
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If you're reading this, then you're probably thinking "will my ex come back to me"? There is no straightforward answer to this question. Each and every relationship is different and of course, there is no one size fits all type of solution to this.
The real question that you should be asking yourself, is if your ex returns, will things be better this time and if not, how will you move forward from this and start a new chapter in your life.
In this article, we will discuss whether exes do return and what to do if this happens. We also share other articles that were written by professionals that others like you, found helpful.
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Do Exes Come Back or is it Just Wishful Thinking?
Yes, it is possible for an ex to return. Especially, when your breakup was just temporary or a mistake. If your ex is missing you and cannot live or cope without you, then there is a high chance of you getting back together.
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How Do You Know When or if an Ex Will Return?
There are several strong signs that indicate your ex will return. On the other hand, there are also strong signs of your ex never returning. Here are some signs that your ex will come back:
- Still keeping in contact with you;
- Not cutting you off;
- The breakup was due to external reasons;
- Never made your breakup official.
See how you can manifest your ex using the 30-day no contact rule. Read this article by Ann Verster, Online Life Coach and book a session with her.
Signs Your Ex Won't Come Back
- Your ex told you to move on;
- Intentionally trying to make you jealous;
- Blocked you from everything;
- Avoids you at all costs.
Now, that you have a better idea of where you and your ex stand. You should have a better understanding of whether you'll reunite or not.
Is Reuniting with Your Ex Really a Good Thing? Or is it Better to Stay Apart?
Again, this is another factor that depends entirely on your situation. You know the reason as to why the relationship ended. However, there is a possibility that when couples do reunite, they can make their relationships work and be stronger than ever.
Still, it can be extremely difficult to predicate whether your relationship will work if you do reunite with your ex. Let's see whether it's worth reuniting with your ex:
- Your breakup was due to external reasons. Some examples are due to family issues;
- There was a little misunderstanding in your relationship or a miscommunication issue;
- You and your ex just needed some space and time apart to work on yourselves before repairing your relationship.
When it's best not to reunite:
- Your relationship ended due to abuse. Whether it was physical or emotional;
- You or your partner have fallen out of love;
- When you've been trying to make things work for years and nothing improves.
There are some instances such as infidelity for example, in which you can still reunite with your ex and make your relationship work.
The best thing to do is analyze the situation and think about whether it's best for you to get back together or not. Write down all the positives and negatives to help break it down.
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Was it Really Love or Just Infatuation?
There is no straightforward answer to this. However, If you're reading this article and you're holding on to hope that your ex will come back to you, then chances are it really is love.
On the other hand, you need to ask yourself, if you get back with your ex, are you willing to put in the effort to make your relationship work? What will you do differently this time?
See how you can differentiate between love and infatuation.
Whose Fault Was it? Yours or Your Ex's?
Now, with this, it's not about naming, shaming, or blaming yourself or your ex. But it is also important to think about whose fault it was or if you were both responsible for things not going right.
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We hope to have helped you. However, you can get help from an Online Relationship Coach or Breakup Coach for help that's tailored to your needs. Message one of them for free to book a session.
Therefore, getting help from a professional is advisable so that you can break it down, analyze the situation and determine how to move forward from here.
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