Even if your soul is on fire, it is usually the case for most of us when we face the end of relationship, you must avoid doing things which will burn your bridges.
If you do you will never get your ex back.
Have you ever heard the quote "If you make a speech in anger it will be the best speech you will ever regret"? Nothing stands as true as this quote referencing things we do which burn bridges with those we love.
Do not freak out upon being dumped If you significant other ends your relationship, you must remain a gentleman.
Do not go off the deep end yelling, screaming and hurling insults.
If there is ever a chance to get your ex back, it will depend on your behavior once they have ended the relationship.
Do not burn that bridge with your ex or getting your ex back will prove extremely difficult.
Remain easygoing and mature I am not stating that you should be "friends" with your ex who dumped you.
I am however stating that you should always remain civil and calm when speaking with them after the breakup.
You should also try to limit the time spent speaking with your ex.
Keep in mind, your ex dumped you therefore, there is absolutely no reason why they should be calling every day or driving by your home.
If you want your ex back, you must remain mature and focus on your ever day activities as compared to what your ex is currently doing.
Be patient Things always play out in time allowing us to view things we did not view upfront.
If your ex will want, you back, this might be a good thing for you but you must remain patient while allowing your ex to see you going on with your life.
Look before you leap If your ex begins to want you back, make sure you do not jump headfirst back into a relationship with them.
I'm not stating that you should play hard to get however, I am stating that you must first understand why things did not work out in the first place before jumping blindly back into a possible bad situation.
You must always keep in mind that in order to get your ex back, you must be allowed back into their lives.
If you were mean, cruel or discriminatory when the relationship ended, that bridge might not be open for traveling upon.
I have learned in life if we always try to perform the right thing, more times to none, we result good things from our actions.