Have you broke up with your girlfriend and have decided you want to get her back? Has it been a few weeks at least since the break up and you have left her alone like you should do? Now would be ok to contact her to begin your first step at getting her back. Your first step would be to call her and ask if she would like to meet with you for some coffee just for some small talk or something like this.
What we are going to talk about here is using some mind games on her to make her feel an attraction to you. You need to make her want to come back to you as if it was her decision not yours. You can do this by creating feelings of pleasure in her mind by being around you because you are happy, you make her laugh and you create some excitement in her life.
What you need to do when you are around her is create these feelings in her, then when things are going good say you have to go. You leave her hanging with these feelings wanting more. The more you can do this to her the more she will want you around. Hopefully you can set up more meetings with her after the initial visit to give this technique a try.
Now at the other end of the spectrum, you want her to feel displeasure when she is not around you. She may see that being around others is not as fun as being around you and will want to be closer to you to avoid unpleasantness. Just try to play on these emotions with her and you may find success at getting her back.
Do not count on overnight success with this, give it some time to work so it looks natural to her and remember she may want to get you back. That would be the best case scenario for you.
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