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January 20, 2017

What NOT To Do When Meeting Your Ex

In this video, break up coach Brad Browning talks about what to do and what not to do when you are getting ready to meet up with your ex.

Do NOT call your meeting a ‘date’.

If you call your rendezvous a date then you might well send your ex running for the hills, because he will think that you want to get together for romantic reasons. Now, even if this is of course, what you are hoping for, you do not want to appear needy. You need to make sure that your ex thinks of your meet up as a friendly get together and that’s it. If your ex feels that you have been cutting contact with him and then wanting to meet with him in order to get back together then he may mentally ‘cpck block you’ because you will appear to come off as a game player.

Tell your ex that you want to meet up with him to ask a few questions..

This will appeal to his sense of curiousness, as he will wonder what it is that you want to talk about. Try and ask him about something that he is interested in.. suggest that you meet for coffee, and tell him that you want to know about how to play the piano for example.. If he was a piano player of course.

However, you must make sure that you have plenty of questions to ask about the subject that you are ‘curious’ about and focus on asking them otherwise it will soon become obvious that you have other intentions in meeting him.

Do not bring up your old relationship with your ex – at all.

Your ex thinks that you are meeting up because you want to be friends, and that’s it. If you bring up your old relationship you burst the ‘feel good bubble’. You want your ex to feel good around you, and this will then organically encourage desire and attraction. SO,no matter how difficult you find it, you need to think like an actress and go with the agenda of being friends only.

Do not beg or plead. Keep dramatic behaviour to a minimum.

It’s a total turn off to a guy when a girl becomes needy. You want to avoid being needy, do not beg or plead for him to get back with you. Act like the most confident woman in the world and he will find himself irresistibly drawn to you. .

Be positive and quit complaining. Show your ex that you are doing well solo.

Again, confidence will really work well for you. Think about it – the most attractive people on the planet are those who are confident, regardless of what’s going on around them. You want to show your ex that you are happy going solo, that life is happy and interesting for you. On a subconscious level he will begin to wonder why you are not ‘missing him’ and he will find himself magically drawn to you.

Do not ask your ex about his dating life.

You need to come across as though you don’t care about who he is dating or what’s going on in his love life. Of course, you actually do care, but for now you do not want to share this with your ex, your only goal is to come across as if you are flourishing and doing fabulously since breaking up with your ex. This will pique his curiosity because it is only natural for him to wonder why you don’t appear to be ‘interested’.

About Brad Browning

Brad Browning is a relationship coach and breakup expert from Vancouver, Canada. For the past decade, Brad has worked with thousands of men and women around the world, helping to reverse breakups and mend broken relationships.

Brad is author of the best-selling Ex Factor Guide program, which teaches readers how to get their ex back. He also offers personal coaching to a limited number of clients, guiding them through the process of winning back an ex or recovering from a difficult breakup.