Get Your Ex Back Using Facebook
If you’ve recently broken up with your romantic partner (whether it was your boyfriend, your girlfriend, your fiancé or even your spouse), and you want to get back together with them, Facebook can be a powerful tool for rekindling your romance.
Humans are overwhelmingly social creatures; we are drawn toward communities and crave social networking, so use this to your advantage when you want to get back together with your ex.
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When you’ve recently broken up with your partner, regardless of the reasons or who is “at fault,” you can bet good money that they are checking up on your Facebook profile regularly. Even if you broke up under ugly circumstances, your ex won’t be able to resist checking out your Facebook page, reading updates that involve you, and generally keeping an eye on you.
The reason is simple: your ex wants to see how the break-up has impacted you.
Are you a crying wreck, falling apart after the loss of your soul mate and barely able to keep things together at work and socially?
Or are you hanging out with friends, going out with new people and continuing to get on with your life and having a good time?
If your ex sees that you’re still wallowing in misery following the end of the relationship, it will NOT them back. In fact, it will reinforce their decision to move on without you.
But if you’re clearly moving on with your life and have your hopes set on the future, rather than floundering in the past, you’ll be surprised how quickly your ex will want you back if you use a few of these “sneaky” methods:
After all, there’s a certain appeal in something you can’t quite have. So cultivate that appeal, using Facebook as your “secret tool” to show your ex everything they’re missing out on by not being with you.
The trick to doing this successfully is to disguise how you do it. Everyone can see through to your real intent if you’re constantly posting on your ex’s wall or putting out a million updates a day, especially if you mention your ex in those updates — so avoid posting too often.
Instead, post an update once or twice a day, mentioning fun and exciting things you’ve been up to.
Another big red flag is posting updates and comments about how you feel regarding the break-up. Keep these details to yourself, or in private conversations with your closest friends and family, but don’t post them to your Facebook account.
Your ex is very curious to know how you’re feeling and whether you can continue on in life without them. This free video reveals the steps you can follow to easily win back your ex, simply using Facebook: