http://www.BreakupBrad.com -- Will Your Ex Forget About You During No Contact?
It’s Brad Browning here with another breakup advice video. Today we’re going to talk about the no contact rule and whether or not your ex will forget about you if you avoid contact after your breakup.
Now, before I begin, I’d like to introduce myself in case this is the first time you’ve come across one of my YouTube videos. As mentioned, my name is Brad Browning and I’m a relationship coach and breakup expert from Vancouver, Canada. I’m also known for my best selling Ex-Factor Guide program, which teaches folks like you how to rebuild a broken relationship with an ex.
After watching this video, I encourage you to leave any comments or questions you may have in the section below. I always do my best to answer each of you, or direct you to other videos where you can find more information on the topic of your interest.
So let’s get started. The “No Contact” rule. If you’ve been reading my articles and watching my YouTube videos then you will know that the “No Contact” rule is a big part of my Ex Factor Guide program.
But what exactly does no contact entail? Well, it’s exactly how it sounds.
The no contact phase is a period of time after a breakup where you have no communication with your ex whatsoever. This means no calls, texts, late night visits, liking their facebook posts or showing up at their door. Many people think they have a good reason to talk to their ex during the no contact period, but the reality is that you should avoid contacting them at all costs during this time.
The purpose of the no contact phase is to give your ex a taste of life without you. If he or she is like most people, then they’ll quickly start to miss you and the negative memories that caused your ex to break up with you in the first place will fade away and be replaced by nostalgia and the more positive aspects of the relationship. Once these feelings have peaked, your ex will be much more likely to respond to your attempts to rebuild a new relationship together.
Generally speaking, the no contact period lasts 30 days, but it really depends on how recently you and your ex split up, and a couple other factors that we will talk about a bit later.
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