The breakup with your ex was terrible. He experienced the grieving stage, the bitter stage, the what-if stage, the hate stage, the understanding stage, and finally movement on stage. Things had been going pretty well for you. You are smiling again. You are learning new things about yourself. Meeting other people and hanging out with friends just for fun. Then your ex contacts you in the middle of your new life. You freeze. Thoughts run through your mind. You wonder what to do when your ex calls you?
You don’t know how to react. You are confused. You may even start to panic. Why is your ex calling you? You keep repeating those words in your head. We ended the relationship. We separated. We decided it was better to stop seeing each other. It broke my heart after that. I was ashamed. I was angry. I was alone. But then, I got up. I did my best to move on and recover from my painful experience. And now you call me? Now, when do I least expect it?
It is very common for exes to try to communicate with you in a surprising way. Didn’t you want him or her to talk to you so badly after the breakup? And now that your wish has come true, you don’t know what to do when your ex calls you? He or she is calling you because you have moved on and they are afraid of losing you. That is why he or she is looking for ways to get in touch with your new and improved. His friends may have seen you standing up or he himself saw you laughing and living life to the fullest. He or she is intrigued by you once again.
Your ex didn’t call you after the breakup because he felt that you are so desperate to want him back and the contact threatens him. I did not want to have a relationship with a frantic person, with very low self-esteem. How can someone else like you when you don’t have self-respect? You were releasing those vibrations and your ex was feeling it.
When you have believed in yourself again, you let out a positive aura. People will start to notice you and you will have a certain glow of confidence. You can recover from your past and move on eventually. You stop thinking about getting back with your ex. You may even forget about it completely because now you are too busy with activities that improve your well-being and well-being.
Then the knocking call … You don’t answer. The machine takes it away. “Hi, it’s me. How are you?” Play the message over and over again until you figure out what to do when your ex calls next time.
Easy. There are two answers to that. First, if you don’t want to talk yet, don’t push yourself. Don’t communicate back. Do it when you are ready. Second, if you want to answer their call but don’t know how, all you have to remember is to take it easy. Don’t act like a fool and give in to her first words of “Please take me back.” Evaluate yourself. Although being single is liberating, having a partner is also a blessing. Be casual and friendly. Act normally. The first conversation should be short and short. Do not prolong. I ended abruptly but politely. They will surely try to contact you again and by then you will know what to do.