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How To Act Around Your Ex (6 Tips For Handling Post-Breakup Encounters)

Published 4 years ago260,639 views
http://www.BreakupBrad.com/ -- How To Act Around Your Ex.  

6 simple things that will improve any interactions you have with your ex boyfriend or ex girlfriend if you run into them or hang out with them after the breakup.

I don't recommend talking to your ex at all -- it's usually better to ignore him or her altogether after the breakup -- but sometimes it's unavoidable.  So before you panic and break down, here are some helpful tips for handling encounters with your ex:

1.)  Be calm, cool, and collected whenever possible.  Don't get emotional when you're around your ex, breaking down and crying won't help... you need to convey indifference.

2.)  Don't be mean to them.  If you want a good relationship with your ex or want them back, then you can't be rude, cold, or mean.

If you want your ex back, you may need to fix any lingering hard feelings before you hang out with them... for more advice on how to get your ex to be more receptive to you, watch the free video at my website:  http://www.BreakupBrad.com/

3.)  Don't be too nice to your ex, either.  This may give away your intentions (of wanting to get back together).

4.)  Don't bring up anything serious. There's no need to create drama or fight with your ex, and it won't do you any good.  Keep things friendly and upbeat.

5.) Have fun with your ex. While you shouldn't be paying too much attention to your ex, there's no reason to have a bad time with your ex. Be happy and your ex will appreciate it. If you are actually trying to get your ex back, you should also be flirting with your ex too.

6.)  Be happy!  Remember, you're trying to convey to your ex that everything is okay. They're not going to want to spend time with you if you're depressed and desperate. This will just repel them away. Instead, cheer up and convey to your ex girlfriend or ex boyfriend that your life is in going really well.  If you have to, pretend!

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