For the past couple of articles, I’ve been on the topic of things that people think are very important when it comes to getting back together with their ex that actually have zero importance whatsoever.
And I’ve also talked about what is absolutely critically important in getting back together with your ex.
Today, we’re going to talk about the whole concept of how to stop your ex from moving on.
People often write in and ask me about this. They say:
“Here’s the list of things that happened. Do you think my ex was moving on? How do I stop my ex from moving on?” Or, “What are some signs that my ex is moving on?”
My response to that is that if you want to get back together with you again, you want your ex to move on.
Now, why do you want your ex to move on?
If your ex didn’t move on, they would still be reeling in all the emotional turmoil, drama, and confusion that comes from heartbreak.
If they were to get back together with you, they would not be emotionally available and would not be able to have a healthy relationship dynamic with you. The two of you would probably just breakup a couple of weeks later on down the road. Sorry, that’s just how it goes.
You actually want your ex to move on from the breakup.
You want them to emotionally move on so they can actually have a real and substantial emotional connection with you.
You want them to actually be emotionally available to open up, share, connect, love, bond, want a connection and a relationship and a commitment with you.
That’s why it is absolutely vital that you really want your ex to move on and you should actually help them move on.
What I want you to take away from this is to stop worrying about whether or not your ex is moving on. Again, it doesn’t matter because you want your ex to move on.
In addition to that, you want to form a high-quality emotional connection with your ex. You can’t really form a high-quality emotional connection with your ex if they have not forgiven and moved on from the pain of the breakup.
It might seem like a high-quality emotional connection, but you’re actually connecting with the idea of what the two of you used to be in the past, or the idea of the relationship that you had.
In order to have a successful long-term relationship, you have to connect with what’s happening right now in the present moment.
You must both connect with what’s real, new, and not the same broken relationship that ended in a break up before.
So you want your ex to move on, so you can have a real, organic, substantial, meaningful connection with them that they’re only able to have with you after they have moved on emotionally.
This is so that you can bring yourself completely to them and have a real substantial, genuine, authentic bond with them. They will know that it’s not the same relationship that they ended in the first place and they are not walking back into the same dynamic that they left before. That is why it’s critical to have high-quality interactions and let go of the pain and suffering of the past breakup.
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