I’m sure you been given the advice not to contact your ex after a breakup. In this article, I will discuss how no contact works to get your ex back, and how it helps you recover from a breakup.
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When you still love your ex, you may not like the no contact rule. I felt the same, at first.
I thought if I cut off all contact, she may forget me and start dating another guy.
I had no other choice and was hopeless, so I gave it try. I believe it works.
Having No Contact After Breakup is torture.
Honestly, it’s not easy, especially if you want to work things out with her.
Don’t worry, “no contact” doesn’t mean not talking forever, you will have contact again.
Why should you have no contact after a breakup?”
I was an emotional wreck after she dumped me. I down one minute and up the next. I was an emotional mess
If you cut off contact, you won’t be able to say something that you will later regret
Giving yourself a period of 2 to 4 weeks of “no contact” will give you time to heal.
There is one other benefit of “no contact.” Since they don’t know where you are and don’t see you, they will miss you.
It doesn’t matter if they dumped you, they still have feelings for you. You don’t decide to stop loving someone overnight. While you are separated and dealing with your emotions, your ex may begin to miss you and want to get together.
You’re may try to contact you during the no contact period. If you get a call, when you couldn’t get your ex to call you before, you’ll feel as though it is a miracle.
Tips for doing the no contact after breakup.
It’ll be hard not to return the call, but keep a friend nearby for support. Having a trustworthy friend’s support can get you through a breakup. Keep them informed of your feelings and everything you do. This will ensure you stick to the no contact rule.
Reward yourself when you make it through the no contact period. If there’s something you love to do, go do it after you’ve stuck to the no contact rule.
The benefits of no contact are worth it, even if it’s a hard decision. It’s a good idea for anyone struggling with an ex.