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How To Get Your Ex Husband Back

How To Get Your Ex Husband Back

In this three-minute video, Mary Daniels of The Life Chef, explains a few easy steps for attempting to get back with your ex-husband, especially when you have children involved.

The key thing here is to really address the ex. Why is he your ex-husband? Have you actually changed or has anything moved on between the two of you that will make it a lot better if you did get back together? Especially if you've got children on board, you really need to take into consideration their emotional welfare, their mental state. They can't be watching their parents try and get back together, break up, try and get back together again.

So you really need to sit down and work out, can we move on and move past the issues? Do we need some additional help? It might be that you broke up without getting some help on board, and actually if you went to see somebody, or you actually looked at getting some further support. You could have worked through those issues. So, I think you need to separately address those.

Once you've had a look at them, if you still feel it's possible for you to move forward, and you want to get your ex-husband back, then it will come down to you having to sit down and have a chat with him and see how he feels. You know, you can talk to people, you can get some advice from his friends, but I really think you need to sit down and have that meeting, especially if it was an acrimonious divorce and there's still some bad blood and a bad atmosphere between the two of you. Find somewhere that's neutral, I would say, for you to meet or somewhere that has positive memories.

Don't go to an environment where you were continuously arguing and falling out. Try and come out of the home environment. You'll find it's a lot more positive when people come away from the home environment where there are a lot of heavy memories.

I think what you need to do is be prepared for it to take some time, and for you to take it one step at a time, and in bite-size pieces. Again, if you have children involved, then you can maybe do some family activities, something that allows you all to have some fun, and build up some fresh positive memories after the divorce or the breakup. So you're not just thinking, these only happened in the happy times, but you know, we can't go back to that space.

So have a day out, do an event if you have children, and make an agreement between the two of you to keep it positive, to just have a light day, and a fun-filled day. And I think if you really take some time out to reflect, do you want your ex-husband back? To address the issues that actually made you break up in the first place. To maybe get some additional help, whether it's counselling or someone to coach, who will come in and work through the issues with you and start opening up some communication, and conversation, and build some positive memories in this present moment.

Then there is no reason why, if you keep following through this process, you shouldn't stand a good chance of getting your ex-husband back. So if you would like any more advice on this subject, feel free to visit www dot thelifechef dot com, and sign up for one of our free thirty-minute taster sessions. Thank you.

In this three-minute video, Mary Daniels of The Life Chef, explains a few easy steps for attempting to get back with your ex-husband, especially when you have children involved.