Do you want to know how to apologize to your ex? Have you broken up with him or her and want to get back together, but you're not sure what to do first?
I know just how you feel. I broke up with my special someone a while ago. What really helped me to make up with my ex was apologizing for what I had done wrong.
But surely it can't be that simple just to say sorry to your ex and wham! - you're back together?
You see, there's a special way, a secret, if you like, to apologize to your ex. Once you apologize this way, you have a better chance of getting back together.
So are you ready to know how to apologize to your ex that will give you a good chance of making up with him or her?
First, you need to make sure you really do want to get back together with your ex for the right reasons. If you know in your heart that you still love your ex and think you can be happy together once more, then you're doing it for the right reasons.
Secondly, you need to think about the relationship and work out what went wrong and what part you played in the split. If you are sincerely sorry for the part you played in the split, then you're ready to apologize.
Now write out all your feelings and your apology in a letter. Take your time, don't rush it. This is a very important stage in how to apologize to your ex.
Once you've written your letter, read it over carefully. Is there anything you left out? If there is, add it to the letter.
Now read over the letter once more. If you had to add something, it's best to write it out again, so it all makes sense to you and exactly what you're apologizing for.
Once you're satisfied with your letter, you should be ready to make contact with your ex. If you don't feel brave enough to contact them face to face or on the phone, you could even mail the letter to them.
Now you know an effective way of how to apologise to your ex. But knowing the right thing to say to your ex when you want to make contact with them after the split is very important, too. You don't want to get off on the wrong foot before you've even had a chance to apologize.