It’s not simple and easy but we all have to do it when we feel ready. It can be achieved. But clearing all that morose energy around our exes is what clears the time for the right partner to get into our lives.
Never get physically intimate
After getting out of a draining position, when you transition to becoming friends even then you can seem to be sexually attracted to your ex, but be careful this has no position in the new state of your connection. Trying to forge a true friendship in such a complex situation can be nerve-racking. There should not be any type of actual and physical intimacy in friendship if you really want to get up over the break-up.
Be willing to own what’s yours
Write them an email or send a text message and be prepared to own anything that’s yours without going into their stuff. Take note, we can’t make somebody understand or take accountability for their hurtful habits and weaknesses until they’re ready. And that rarely occurs when we want it to. They get to that point in their own time and in their own way. All we can do is take obligation for our own.
Meet up somewhere neutral
If you feel emotionally available and ready, catch up with them for a tea or coffee and talk by how your connection ended and get a conclusion on things you’re still unclear or hurt about. Seldom we’re able to get more immediate and candid answers about why several things occurred inside our relationship once we’ve both had time to prepare and gain more views.
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