How you decide to communicate with your ex after a breakup can greatly influence your chances of getting back together. Do you speak to them in person? Do you call them on the phone? Do you hit them up with text messages? What’s the right thing to do?
In today’s modern age, texting is arguably the most direct and effective form of communication we have. It gives us 24/7 access to people in ways never before possible. But are text messages good for repairing a relationship? Are they friend or foe?
The answer to that question is, “It depends.” And it depends on how you go about crafting and sending texts to your ex.
Text messaging has always been a divisive issue when it comes to relationships. Many relationship experts simply shy away from it. This has made getting help and guidance on how to text your ex difficult to come by.
But then something exciting happened. Relationship expert, Michael Fiore, stepped out of the shadows and released his Text Your Ex Back program. Today, it is considered the definitive guide on how to get your ex back using text messages. Details on the program can be found at MichaelFiore.org.
Prior to the release of Michael’s online program, texting your ex was seen as taboo. It was something many experts felt only ruined relationships. It was seen as “too impersonal” to help you reconnect with an ex.
But the truth is, men and women simply weren’t doing it right.
In today’s society, it’s silly and naïve to ignore texts. Texting from cell phones is an addiction that only grows each and every year. It’s one of the most powerful forms of communication we have, and it provides unprecedented access to people, including your ex.
But before you get too excited, I have to warn you. Texting can be good. Or it can be bad. Very, very bad. It all depends on how you go about it. If you don’t text your ex in the right way using the right kinds of messages at the right time, things can go south in a hurry. It can end up pushing your ex away for good.
When done right, you can use text messaging to turn your ex’s negative emotions into something positive that you can use to your advantage to win him or her back. Inside the Text Your Ex Back program, Michael Fiore calls this “text judo”. It’s basically a way to use text messages to turn your ex’s negative emotions (hate, anger, hurt, etc.) around and into something positive. (Click here to find out how it works.)
What Michael Fiore makes clear is that hate is not the opposite of love, apathy is. Apathy is the absence of feeling, and that’s the only time you’re in real trouble, as it pertains to getting your ex back. It’s ok if your ex hates you or shows extremely negative emotions toward you right now. Those feelings can be turned into positive ones using Michael Fiore’s text judo techniques.
What you don’t want is apathy, or complete indifference. If your ex has no feelings toward you at all, good or bad, then it will be extremely hard to win him or her back.
If you want your ex back, consider trying some text judo. Remember, text messages give you incredible access to your ex. Even if your ex doesn’t respond, it’s likely they sill read your texts. This means even if your texts go unanswered, you can still get your message across and still build up the positive rapport needed to win them back. And that’s exactly why text judo gives you an incredible opportunity to seduce your ex back into your life.