You may or may not have heard of the no contact rule. It applies in particular when you are going through a painful break up.
I’m like to share my thoughts with you regarding the no contact rule and if you really can get your ex back by in effect ignoring them or having nothing to do with them.
Now your natural instinct when you are going through a break up is to hound your ex 24/7.
There’s a good reason for that.
You don’t want them to stop thinking about you.
It makes sense really that if you are constantly getting in touch with them that they will constantly think about you.
BUT GUESS WHAT?
They won’t be thinking good things.
If you drunk dial them all the time either on the phone or via text messages they will be thinking about you a lot but it won’t be positive thoughts.
It won’t be thoughts about getting back together.
It will be thoughts about leave me the hell alone.
I’m not joking here.
There are many No Contact Rule Success Stories because at the end of the day it can work and more often than not gives you and your ex the best chance of getting back together.
Why, you may ask?
Because it gives your ex the best chance to miss you. They will naturally think you’ll be hounding them around the clock.
Because it’s really good for their ego, even though it may seem annoying first off. ut if you stop feeding their ego they’re going to start getting a little uncomfortable.
They’re going to start thinking:
Hmmm, they aren’t contacting me anymore. Does that mean they are over me?
Don’t they love me anymore?
Are they seeing someone else?
Are they already over me?
What are they doing that they aren’t hounding me?
Yeah, you can actually start reversing the tables altogether on them.
In fact, they could end up starting to act like you were, all desperate and emotional, and you’ll get a bit of the power back that you’ve been missing.
It can actually be a lot of fun.
So does no contact work to get your ex back?
Hell yeah. It works a lot better than stalking and drunk dialling trust me.
But there are some really important rules that you need to follow to make the No Contact Order work.