How do you get your ex-girlfriend back when she is already involved in a rebound relationship after your break up? First, let’s talk about what the rebound relationship truly is. In its simplest form, the rebound is a relationship entered into to help her past you.
Getting involved with someone else keeps her from having to deal with the emotions of breaking up with you. Oddly enough, that’s the key to getting your ex back. (Also see, how to get your ex-boyfriend back for more tips).
The break up with you is what created the rebound in the first place. In the end, it doesn’t truly matter who broke up with who. What ultimately makes the difference is that you have deep-rooted love, because a relationship grounded in genuine commitment can be repaired.
In a rebound relationship, the focus of your ex will be on what went wrong in your relationship. If you are a deep thinker, he is probably care-free and loose in his decisions. If you like to be alone in the evening, he loves to party. In reality, when she pays attention to the differences between you and her new boyfriend, she is focusing on you even though she is not with you.
That is genuinely a good thing for you. It also gives you a chance to see what she’s looking for. If she found someone completely different from you, then most likely, she felt something was missing with your relationship. Now you can use the time she’s with her rebound man to work on improving yourself.
You have to let the new relationship work itself out for some time, so get the thought of getting back together immediately out of your mind. The more time she spends with her rebound man, the more she will begin to see his flaws.
After she has spent five or six weeks with the new boyfriend, you will begin to look like a perfect option once again! She’ll begin to miss the good things that were part of your relationship. As the new and improved boyfriend, you’ll be in a great position to welcome her back. Just don’t do the chasing!
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Be yourself. You shouldn’t have to try and change who you are when you are the one she loved when the relationship first started. Don’t keep saying that you are sorry. Make sure to briefly apologize if necessary, but get past it after that.
Let her be the one to determine that you are the one that she wants to be with. Don’t try to persuade her. Do not make it a point to shift blame and say the split wasn’t because of anything you did. She’ll only get defensive of her position. If you stay silent on the matter, she will come to appreciate your view of the situation in time.
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Don’t plead with her to take you back. Never, ever.
Your ex is considered to be in a rebound relationship if she begins a new relationship shortly after your relationship ends. Do your best not to lose faith that the two of you can get back together. The rebound relationship could work in your favor and be your biggest clue to get ex back. Read this article on getting your GF back.
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