a few Steps to Getting Your Boyfriend Back

Did you just go through a bad separation? Do you feel like he is the " one that got away"? Keep wish alive. The relationship may not be over for good, but you are going to have to do a bit of work to improve the situation. However , if you really love someone, putting in the time and effort …

4 Responses to “a few Steps to Getting Your Boyfriend Back”

  • Ev dog:

    My ex boyfriend and I dated 5 months, we were in a long distance relationship for that long and we recently broke up 3 days ago. We broke up because he got mad because I didn’t call him babe in a message and he was just changing and acting different. 5 minutes after we broke up I find out that he has a new girlfriend and she looks just like me. I can’t seem to get over him I cry every night before I go to sleep and occasionally during the day. I feel sad and incomplete without him and then seeing pictures of them two all over the place on Facebook, Instagram or anything makes me so sad. Any ideas? :(

  • Christopher J:

    a lot of people ask me it whrn do you get a boyfriends when your 11 or when your 16 i dunno i really want to find out my 11 year old friends all have borfriends but i think it is too young to have one soo when do you get a boyfriends?

  • Kaden:

    Me and my boyfriend broke up a year ago, and i haven’t seen him since. Over this year i’ve changed a lot, im more confident and stylish, and i’m seeing him in two weeks. Any advice on how i could get him back? He excuse for dumping me was because he doesn’t do long term relationships. ¬_¬’

  • Alex:

    My boyfriend and I have been together for almost two years, and we both are insecure individuals.
    One of my insecurities stems from the fact that I have very little, to no friends at all. I’m not anti-social, but I’m not the life of the party, either. I’m very self-conscious and always feel judged by other people.

    As a result, I do virtually all my clothes shopping online to avoid going out and getting them, I don’t hang out with my boyfriend and his friends whenever I get invited because I know I’ll feel like a loser just sitting there while they drink and play pool…before my boyfriend met me he told me he was seeing his friends every weekend and even sometimes on weekdays. Now for the past year and a half, he’s essentially turned down all their invites because he knows I don’t feel comfortable going. He tells me that it’s not a problem— that his friends are still his friends and they’re not going anywhere, but I still feel terrible.

    It’s only been recently that he’s started telling me and showing me all of the texts his friends send him asking him to come hang out; he says he never did before because he didn’t want me to get hurt. I’m glad that he’s showing me how his friends still care, but at the same time it hurts a lot.

    We’ve been talking, and I’ve been telling him how I want him to start going out with his friends again. Though he understands where I’m coming from and recognizes the fact that it makes me uncomfortable to be around his friends, he tells me that he’s still hesitant to go because he doesn’t want me to become mad or upset. In the past I’ve been very jealous when he’s gone out without me, even though I know he can’t (and shouldn’t) spend every waking hour with me.

    How can I start being more secure with myself and happy for my boyfriend when he goes out without me?

    **As an aside, I’ve asked him how it makes him feel to picture me going out with girlfriends/friends without him and he told me he would feel “alright” about it depending on where we were and what we were doing. And when I asked him the same question pertaining to my family he said he’d be okay with it and wait for me to come home or going with me.

    He’s very protective of me when I’m not with him.

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