You’ve been sitting in a deep puddle of emotions since the break up. You have trouble doing everything from getting out of bed to talking on the phone with friends. That’s why it’s even more devastating when you hear that your ex girlfriend has already moved on and met someone else. Naturally it’s confusing and emotionally unbearable to hear this. You can’t stand the thought of her falling in love with someone else when you care so much for her. That’s why you need to pull yourself together and start working on winning her back. You can absolutely get her back from another guy if you understand the unexpected way to make it happen.
Your first thought when you want to get her back from another guy is going to be to sabotage their relationship. The idea of finding some dirt on him that you can present to her is tempting, isn’t it? It will surely backfire in your face though. Trying to taint his image in her eyes isn’t going to win you any accolades from her. In fact, it’s going to do the opposite. She’ll see your antics as childish and self serving and she’ll stop talking to you for good. Whatever you do, don’t fall into the trap of trying to criticize him for your benefit.
Instead, you have to take a much more mature approach to steal her back from another guy. You need to establish a new connection between her and you. Since the position of her boyfriend is temporarily being filled by the new guy, you’re going to become the very best platonic friend to her that you can be. That means that you’re going to show her that you can be and want to be accepting of her new relationship.
Be cordial and genuinely friendly when you meet her new boyfriend. Don’t make jokes at her expense or talk about things that only pertain to you and your ex in front of him. Treat him as you would any new person you meet. She’ll be impressed by your maturity and understanding.
Over the course of the next few weeks you’re going to establish yourself as a supportive presence in the life of your ex girlfriend. Don’t contact her every day, but do call her once or twice a week to touch base. Keep the conversations on a friendship level but ensure she knows that you’re there anytime she needs you. She’ll begin to open up to you again and in time, when her new relationship starts to show wear and tear, you’ll be the one she turns to for comfort.