How to Get Your Ex Back When You Live Together

If you want to get your ex back, but think you are in a tough spot because you still live with your ex, then you are very wrong. If anything, you are at a distinct advantage over those that do not live with their exes while wanting them back, and I am going to tell you why.

In every “Get Your Ex Back” plan, guide, and strategy, there is the suggestion that you cannot get your ex back unless you first eliminate all contact with that ex, for an extended period of time. While this is sound advice, as it does give your ex the chance to miss you, it is also false to say you cannot get your ex back without it.

What should be said about cutting off contact is, that the contact you need to cut off is the negative, desperate, clingy, and needy conversations, that are so often conducted between exes. If you live with your ex, and want your ex back, you just simply need to stay away from the house as much as you can for a while. This is a good time to start doing a lot of overtime at work, spend a lot of time with some of your friends, and also spend time with your family members. Leave early and come home late.

When you are forced to be in the presence of your ex, you should do your best to put on a happy face, and make your ex think you are having the time of your life. Believe it or not, this will cause your ex to prove to themselves that you are not all of a sudden happy BECAUSE of the break up, and you ex will begin to subconsciously start pursuing you.

When this happens, AND IT WILL, you need to be careful to not get led into a conversation about the relationship. If this happens, emotions will run high, and it will seem impossible for you to maintain your facade. If, however, you can keep on a happy face, and avoid those emotional conversations, you can get your ex back without losing contact.