Like anything else, getting back an ex boyfriend is a totally learnable skill.Just as you can learn how to get a man in the first place, you can also learn how to get him back after an unwanted breakup.
Talk about your first time bungee jumping or parasailing, including the part about the rope smacking you in the face or how you stumbled through the landing.
“Stories with slight self-deprecation show her that you’re comfortable in your own skin and resilient enough to pull out of problematic scenarios with a positive attitude,” Reiman says.
Dishes with a kick, such as those with curry or hot peppers, increase blood flow—as she heats up, she’ll associate the rush from the food with spending time with you.
There’s also something else at play before she even takes the first bite.
“It will relax you and automatically lower the pitch of your voice,” Reiman says. When you’re with her, try to make her feel like she’s the only person in the room.
Breathe in through your nose for a count of five and exhale through your mouth for a count of five. “Even if dishes are breaking and good looking waitresses are walking by, keep your eyes focused on her,” says Reiman.Restoring those emotions is a critical part of getting your boyfriend back.Even if the situation might currently seem hopeless, there are reconnection techniques designed solely to make your ex want and need you again. Your ex's feelings for you didn't disappear overnight, just because he broke things off.“Spicy foods spark feelings of danger,” says Reiman, “and a slight sense of fear can give her a small shot of adrenaline and build excitement.” Recommend she try a spiced-up entrée and order a hot dipping sauce with an appetizer that you two can share.Women love to laugh and always rate a sense of humor at the top of their list, so show her you’re easy going by telling a story that highlights a goofy or clumsy moment.“Skills or talents are super sexy and highlighting them makes you appear more dynamic to her,” says San Diego-based dating and relationship coach De Anna Lorraine.