It's only a very natural "question", because we all get used to being inside a relationship, to having someone in our life.
And then, when it ends, we are filled with loneliness and we want to go back to the known, warm and fuzzy situation of having our spouse near us.
But, you must ask yourself - is getting back to that relationship with my ex the right think to do? will this contribute to my life or will the step just perpetuate a non-healthy situation that I'm better off without? First of all you should find the reason behind the breakup.
Your partner might have broken up with you because of some reason.
It could be because your partner encountered a situation which caused a problem to you from their side.
You should work on that situation so that your ex does not have a problem if they come across that situation again.
Don't try and act desperate.
If you act desperate, it'll only do more harm than good.
Give your ex some time to think about the relationship.
If you decided that you will, than just call up your ex or contact them otherwise, and ask for a meeting.
If you relationship was meaningful, than your ex will in most cases agree to meet you.
This meeting can open up many things you never talked about while being together, so it's defiantly worth having, even if you won't get back together .
In that meeting, you should strive to find out two things: 1.
Does you ex still love you? I hope that you have concluded the YOU still love them - otherwise the meeting is pointless.
But, at this point it's important to find out if there are any feelings left from their side.
If you don't share mutual love, that I suggest you go your separate ways.
Life is short, and you will find someone that WILL love you.
Are you and your ex willing to make an effort and change your bad habits, commit to the relationship and make it work? If you do, than you are off to a great start - this time much better than before.