She is an individual and can do whatever she wants with her individual life, just like you can.If you make her feel as though she doesn’t have the freedom of choice as an individual human being, it will make her want to get further away from you.There’s nothing wrong with being persistent or assertive while getting her back, but just make sure that you don’t give her the impression that she doesn’t have a choice in the matter. Don’t call her friends or family and ask for their help.Her friends and family will usually take her side and if they don’t, she will quickly convince them to.She might not openly admit it, but she will feel it. The more pressure you put on her, the more she will want to distance herself from you.You and her were individuals before you met each other, you were individuals while you were in a relationship (despite how close you both felt) and you are both individuals right now.
Yours sincerely, Peter It’s the usual old question, isn’t it? It seems to me that your ex-girlfriend (though is she really yet your ex if she keeps texting and being in touch with you? She breaks up with her ex and, presumably, feels great about it.She starts seeing you, but, because she hasn’t seen her old boyfriend for a few months, he suddenly becomes, in her memory, a lot more of an attractive proposition. Now, believe me, you don’t do that to someone you’re not fond of.Now she’s split up with you and it looks to me as if she’s settling into the old pattern all over again. You do it to someone who you want to be in touch with.Below are some tips you can follow on how to get your ex girlfriend back when she has a brand new love: As a guy, what you can do right now is to give your ex girlfriend a lot of space and freedom that she so desires.Therefore, you shouldn’t make any attempt to contact her, not one bit.