Okay so I got some advice on here about the no contact rule to use to get my ex back now will someone tell me how this will work because I have looked up articles on this and some say it will work others say it won't. Can I get someones thoughts who tried this and it worked for them and if so how and what happened?
Most Helpful Girl
I know you asked for those with experience. But suggest is to not listen to that. It is NOT a good idea. An ex is an EX for a reason. Stop reading stupid articles. Their just teaching you to continue to play mind games with your ex, and then where you ex may take you back, they will grow to despise you for it. Its best to just be honest and owe up where you went wrong. Both parties are equally responsible for a broken relationship. It's not all on you or on her. The blame game needs to stop if there's any. Who the heck came up with this 'NO CONTACT RULE' Crap? You don't contact them because both people needs space to figure out if their ready to move on or not. Period. That is the whole point of not contacting anybody. That kind of advice is very hurtful to those who are serious about relationships. It's stuff like that that gets everybody twisted and confused. Don't play the game. If she wants to try again after a while, she will come to you, not the other way around. What matters is that you both learn to respect one another and show 'sportsmanship'. Meaning that there shouldn't be any hard feelings on anybody. If there still is, it means to back out.0
Most Helpful Guy
I've lots of experience with this over the years. First, and ex is an ex for a reason. For me, getting back with an ex has always been disastrous. We tend to remember the good times, and get hit in the face later with the bad stuff later like it was conveniently ignored. Best to move on. But, if you feel so compelled, know that nothing is guaranteed. No Contact will send her the message that you do not want to talk to her, which isn't true. It really is best to not use it, and tell her how you feel, so she can respond.0