I understand what you’re going through right now if you’re trying to know how to get your ex girlfriend back even though she already has a new boyfriend: you feel a lot of jealousy, resentment, contempt and regret for everything that has happened, and your strong feelings are now intensified because of the fact that a new man has come into your ex’s life.
It is perfectly understandable, and I know you’re in a very desperate situation at this very moment.
One of the hardest parts of dealing with a break-up isn’t the pain of a relationship ending or the complicated hostage exchange involved in getting your graphic novels back while your ex demands her blu-rays even though she knows damn good and well that you bought the Game of Thrones collections for No, it’s that your ex is refusing to honor the contract that says that she’s supposed disappear forever, or at least enter a monastic existence far from civilization and never ever date again in the event that your next relationship doesn’t work out.
Instead, they’re stubbornly sticking around – even starting to .
Which means that there are going to be all those awkward “accidental” encounters at the places you used to frequent together, the painful “oh shit, who is she talking to?
And even if you could, she’s eventually going to meet more guys. She’s going to get served at her local store by a guy.
In two separate relationships the two exact same situations can mean two completely different things.
With that said, here are ten of the most common reasons people grow apart or want to break up and advice on how you can break up smoothly or fix things.
And even if she tries to contact you first, don’t respond immediately.
Wait until the a few weeks into the breakup before you take action.