Get My Ex Girlfriend Back - Tips For A Truly Magical First Date

Published: 27th July 2011
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Do you find yourself in the following situation?

After your breakup you probably asked yourself, "What can I do to get my ex girlfriend back?" You went online and started searching for advice. You read article after article. You visited and participated in relationship forums, posted your questions, and evaluated the feedback from other members. You received a lot of good advice and you started putting it into practice.

After adhering to the advice you received, you took some time to yourself. You did your own thing and accepted the breakup for what it was. You assessed why the breakup happened and worked on improving those things. You played it cool, didn't call, text, or email your ex girlfriend, and you didn't try to buy her things to win her back.

You let her have time and space to work out her feelings, and you gave her time to miss you. You hung out with friends and went about your life as if you were going to be great with or without your ex girlfriend. You did all the right things. Your ex took notice. She contacted you. You talked to her and convinced her to give you another chance to win her back. You planned a date. And now you're scared to death you're going to screw it up and lose her forever.

If you want to get your ex girlfriend back, the first date following a breakup is extremely important. If your ex doesn't leave the date feeling attracted to you and emotionally connected, then you'll have very little chance at winning her back down the road.


Because if the date doesn't create an emotional connection and attraction, she'll be thinking, "I gave it a chance, but I'm just not feeling it. I don't think I love him anymore." If she doesn't "feel" it, you won't be able to convince her to give you another chance regardless of what you say. However, if you do create that emotion and attraction, getting your ex girlfriend back is almost a sure thing.

Most guys fail at this because they think the best thing to do on a first date following a breakup is to go the conservative route which generally involves dinner and a movie and talking about your past relationship and how you want her back. Wrong! If you really want to scare your ex girlfriend off for good, I urge you to take that route. It will work like a charm. If, on the other hand, you truly love your ex and want to get her back, then I suggest a different approach.

If you want to quit asking yourself "How do I get my ex girlfriend back?", then you need to create a dynamic, fun date. But here's the most important part. Are you ready? Pay attention.

That first date MUST be emotionally charged. You must create emotion. You must make her feel something for you by creating an emotional attraction and an emotional bond. Dinner and a movie won't do this. Talking about all the things that went wrong in the relationship the first go around won't do this. There will be plenty of time to talk about that later. For now, you need to remind her exactly why she fell in love with you in the first place.

Rather than dinner and a movie, try something more interactive and physically exhilarating. Things like roller coasters, bungee jumping, go carts, sky diving, paintball, and things like that create emotional bonds when you share them with someone. You don't have to go that extreme, but you get the idea.

You want things that excite. You want things that scare. You want things that create a rush of adrenaline. Don't make your date about all the things that went wrong before. Make it about all the fun you're going to have by getting back together. She'll love you for it.


Next, now is the time to get your girlfriend back using a step-by-step, proven plan that won't leave you guessing about what to do next. If you really want to create the intense attraction in your ex that will bring her back to you, then understand exactly what she wants and needs after the breakup and make her love you all over again by visiting: Get My Ex Back

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