It’s something we’ve all done.
You feel a little lonely and down, and suddenly you start scrolling through your social media looking for your ex-lovers. You take a look for the people who were in your life in the past to see how they’re doing. I call this phenomenon “romancing the ex.”
You think about all the good times you had together, and you start to wonder, “I wonder if it would work out if we were back together. Maybe second time around things would be better.”
There are a bunch of courses out there about how to get your ex back.
So why do we get so hung up on our exes?
For most people, you start to wonder about the ex at a specific time when you don’t have much going on in your life. Things are quiet, and maybe you’re a little disconnected from the world around you.
The world is disconnected now anyway. We’re all walking round like zombies looking out our phones. Nobody takes the time to talk to each other anymore.
We don’t have social interaction anymore. We’re spend time at work, in our car, if you’re in the gym most people have headphones on. Then when we’ve completed our daily “to do” list we go home and celebrate by sitting in front of the TV or computer.
More people meet now through online dating than in person, and we know how that goes. Online dating can be so frustrating because nobody can ever commit, make a decision, or even go on a date.
Humans are meant to interact with each other. When we’re on our own and not feeling connected we start to go into our head, and that’s when romancing the ex happens. We know that person. We remember the good times, and wonder if the flame is still there.
In this video, I’m going to reveal my true thoughts about getting back with your ex, and I show you how to deal with any old feelings you start to feel welling up. I want you to know exactly how to deal with the ex-partner situation without ending up getting hurt.