http://www.BreakupBrad.com -- How to Steal Your Ex From Their New Boyfriend or Girlfriend (Sneaky Tricks Revealed)
We’ve all been there before… you’re minding your own business, struggling to get through the day without thinking about your ex…. and then out of the blue, you run into them at the supermarket, kissing someone you’ve never seen before.
Crossing paths can be frustrating enough, but if you see or hear about your ex with someone new, the pain can be almost unbearable… and you might think that your dreams of getting back together with this person are now dashed forever.
Actually, you’re wrong… Just because your ex is already dating someone new doesn’t mean your chances of getting him or her back are dashed forever. On the contrary — this new person could actually help you get back together with your ex. In fact, you won’t even have to “steal” them back at all.
That’s what this video is all about… in a second, I’m going explain further, but first I should probably introduce myself.
For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Brad Browning and I am a relationship coach and author of a best-selling program called The Ex Factor Guide, which outlines the process you need to follow if you want to win back an ex. For more on my program and additional free advice, go to BreakupBrad.com… I’ll put that URL in the description below so you can check it out after you watch this video.
Now, let’s talk about why your ex dating someone new is possibly a good thing for your chances of winning them back…
Often, people who have recently been through a breakup will try to jump into a new romance as quickly as possible. You’ve probably heard the term “rebound relationship” before…. The term “rebound” is definitely an appropriate one to describe this type of relationship, because it basically means that you’re quickly finding a new lover after a breakup in order to help suppress the heartache and loneliness that follow in the wake of a breakup.
If it’s only been a month or two since your breakup, and you’re in this situation where your ex is already dating someone new, then it’s very very likely that this new guy or girl your ex is with is a “rebound”.
Rebound relationships are rarely successful. In rare cases the rebound may eventually turn into something more genuine, but that’s definitely an unlikely scenario. Most of the time, rebounds simply die away once they’ve “served their purpose” (to help your ex cope with the post-breakup blues).
Think about it: if finding a new lover was easy and took just a matter of days, there wouldn’t be very many single people out there. The reality is that most people aren’t compatible with one another, and it’s extremely likely that your ex girlfriend and this new guy aren’t right for one another. As a result, their relationship is a dead-end street and won’t last long.
Most rebound relationships last 3-5 weeks, and the few that survive longer typically tend to slowly die away after a month or two. The physical attraction between your ex and their new lover may remain (sorry if that’s painful news to hear)... but, that doesn’t mean they’re going to fall in love and live happily ever after. On the contrary, in fact… they’ll probably be done with one another in no time.
Now, on to the juiciest part of this video: how to use your ex’s rebound relationship to help win him or her back.
We’ve already established the fact that the vast majority of rebound relationships only last 3-5 weeks, and then come to an abrupt halt. If your ex’s rebound is like most, it’s less than a month away from ending.
When your ex does end up breaking up with their rebound partner, he or she will probably be almost as depressed as they were when they originally broke up with you. In fact, sometimes the end end of a rebound can be even worse than the initial breakup it was intended to cover up.
Why? Well, it’s simple really… your ex was sad and lonely, so he or she tried to replace you with this new person. When they realized that they didn’t have any real future with this new guy or girl… those post-breakup emotions will come flooding back. Only this time, your ex will have also discovered that finding true love and a meaningful relationship is not as easy as they had expected when they first broke up with you. This new rebound lover wasn’t any good, so how many more people will your ex have to date before they finds someone who is compatible?
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