Have you just ended your relationship and are thinking I want my boyfriend back? You
want to be back together but you also want the relationship to go back to the times when
it was full of joy and happiness. And you also want him to reciprocate and feel the same
for you that you do for him. This my seem impossible to do but I was once in your shoes.
After the breakup, I told myself I want my boyfriend back. And I set out to do just that.
If you're thinking I want my boyfriend back, you must understand exactly what to say
and do to influence him to change his mind or come back to you. It all boils down the
psychology of the male mind. Women and men thinking differently so if you do what you
think you should, the results won't be the same. One example is men think much more
with their heads. They are logical thinkers, whereas women tend to feel more with their
heart and emotions. When I decided I want my boyfriend back, I had to undo natural
habits and say and do things that would make him react.
When I told myself I want my boyfriend back and figured out how to do it successfully, I
wondered if it was manipulative to control and influence how someone else behaves.
With the psychological techniques, however, you are simply making him reconsider the
decision to break up and presenting a situation for your boyfriend to accept or reject. The
choice is still his in the end. You are presenting a situation in which the both of you can
be happy and so in the end it works out for both sides. When my friends say I want my
boyfriend back, I tell them exactly what they need to do to have him crawling back. It's
much easier to have him coming to you rather than you pursuing him. This will be better
for the relationship as well because it means he's the one who realized what a mistake he