http://www.BreakupBrad.com/ --- When To Meet Up With Your Ex (If You Want Them Back)
Hey YouTube, I’m Brad Browning… if you’re new to my channel, welcome! And congratulations, you’ve found the #1 resource for breakup advice videos. For over a decade, I’ve helped people like you un-do their breakups. In fact, at this point, I’ve helped over 100,000 clients from 131 countries to get back together with their ex and start a new, lasting relationship.
Now, this video is going to be about meeting up with your ex… when to suggest an in-person meet up, how to go about setting one up, and how to act when you do get together with your ex in person. This is something you want to get right if you’re trying to win back an ex, because trying to set up an in-person meet-up too soon can backfire badly and hurt your chances of success. So, this video will help you avoid that kind of mistake, and make sure any meetings with your ex go smoothly and help you to get them back into your arms for good.
Before I begin, though, I realize that a few of you watching may have ended up here by accident. Perhaps, when you stumbled upon this video, you were actually looking for videos of cats standing up and walking around on 2 legs. I never like to disappoint any of my viewers, so…
OK, great. Now that we’ve got that out of the way, let’s talk about when you should meet up with your ex if you want him or her back.
First, be aware that my Ex Factor program, which is a comprehensive guide covering the full process of winning back your ex, is designed around what I call the 3R system -- Recovery, Rekindling, and Reattraction. The third phase, Re-attraction, is where you set up one or more in-person meet-ups with your ex to flirt, re-build a sexual and emotional connection, and show him or her how awesome you are and what a mistake it was to break up.
But before you pick up your phone and start texting your ex to ask if they’ll meet you for a drink later…. Stop. Please don’t meet with your ex until you’ve completed the first two phases -- Recovery and Rekindling. These first two steps are necessary to set the stage for your in-person meet-up and will make sure your ex says “yes” when you bring up the idea of hanging out.
You must -- let me stress that again -- you MUST -- complete these first phases before you think about seeing your ex in person. At the very least, you need to re-set your ex’s perception of you by helping him or her to forget about the bad parts of your relationship and focus on the happy, nostalgic ones. You also need to make sure your ex is in what I call an “emotional neutral” state.
There’s a lot more in-depth information on these initial steps in the full video on my website, BreakupBrad.com, so I recommend you check that out as soon as this video is over. Again, www.BreakupBrad.com is the URL, and you really need to make sure you’ve set the stage right by using the tactics in that video before you set up a “date” with your ex.
Let’s skip ahead in time here, and assume that you’ve completed the necessary initial steps. For most people, this will happen about a month or so after you start using my 3R system…. At this point, you and your ex will have been exchanging texts more regularly, you’ll be back on friendly terms, and your ex won’t be suspicious about your motives.
Now it’s time to arrange an in-person meeting. Maybe you’ve already seen your ex at school or work, but those are different encounters…. this meeting I’m talking about now is different, because it’s an intentional 1-on-1 encounter where you’ll be ready to make your ex laugh, share the latest gossip, reminisce about inside jokes, and hopefully do some serious flirting.
ideally, you want to go for coffee or for a drink at a restaurant… something along those lines. YOu need to pick somewhere that will make your ex think that they’re not getting trapped into a 3-hour ‘serious talk’... you want to pitch this meet-up as a casual, 20-minute meeting to catch up and share some laughs. Don’t call it a date or act like you care whether it actually happens or not… be cool, and have a specific excuse for WHY you want to meet with your ex.
For example, don’t just say, “hey, how are you? We should catch up,let’s go for coffee at that shop on Elm St next week”.... No. Fail.
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