Let’s Just Be Friends…
Those words can sting.
Especially when they come from someone you used to date.
They’ve already been with you. They’ve loved you, and you’ve loved them.
But what do they do with your love?
The look at everything you have to offer, and they tell you:
“I don’t want any of that.”
And what usually happens?
A lot of people will agree to be friends.
But that’s not really how it feels, does it?
It feels more like you’re being held back… at arm’s length.
It feels like you’re always there for your ex, but they are closed off and holding part of themselves back from you.
Essentially they know that they can come back to you any time they want.
All while they’re free to go out and date anyone and everyone they want.
And you’re just left begging for scraps of affection from them.
That’s not how friends act is it?
No. You’ve been “friend zoned.”
What do you do to get out of this situation?
Well, I’ve mentioned this in quite a few posts so you probably know that the secret is to really remind them why they fell for you in the first place.
You don’t want to do it through grand romantic gestures, though.
(Those only work in movies–in real life, you’ll likely just end up embarrassed and crushed.)
The way to do it is to connect with your ex in that primal and emotional way that you originally did when the two of you first got together.
Now, you don’t need to be manipulative or pretend to be someone you’re not in order to do this…
…as with most relationship issues, psychology leaps to your aid…
It’s Exactly what you need!