FAQ

Q. What is the first step to getting your ex back?
A. Apologize and mean it.

Q. Is there such thing as a no contact rule?
A. Yes, if you want to call it a rule. It just means no contact between the two parties and in using the no contact rule, it can make you both realize how much you really loved each other.

Q. Is it possible to get my ex back?
A. The true way is to analyze what happened and what ends the love. Check out the mistakes both of you committed, especially your mistakes. Take actions and do something about the situation. It is important that you know the reason for the break up and the cause of the failure. Consider the cause of the break up and you can come up with solutions for the next move.

Q. Experts say there are 5 steps to getting back an ex, is this true?
A. Yes, experts agree, there are the following 5 steps to follow to get an ex back.
1. Get back on your feet.
2. List your spouse’s complaints.
3. Clean up your act.
4. Agree to divorce the old marriage.
5. Reconnect from a position of strength.

Q. What does having a Relationship Discussion resolve?
A. When you invite your ex to talk to you, express your regret things weren’t working out between you and ask if you can talk about it now that you have some perspective. Ask if what went wrong was related to what you’ve been working on. Your ex may have a different perspective. Preparing your first words will help you as well. The first thing that you say to your ex is extremely important. If you say the wrong words, you will lose the chance to get them back. You need to understand that even though you’re not together, there is a good chance they still harbor strong feelings for you. Use the past to your advantage. If they’ve ever complimented an outfit of yours, wear it again. Or share a light-hearted memory you had together. Meet at a familiar place you used to hang out together. Apologize, if you learn or know that you were in the wrong. Avoid using the word “but”. (“I am sorry, but…” means “I am not sorry.”) Also, do not say “I’m sorry you feel that way” or “I’m sorry if you were offended.” This makes it seem like you are blaming the other person, and is not a real apology. Take full responsibility for the offense, without blaming them, giving excuses, or expecting an apology (or even forgiveness) in return. By having a true relationship discussion, it shows that you want to move forward with your life and would like to have them in it and hopefully they feel the same in return.