What Are Your Chances of Getting Your ExBoyfriend Back

Making An Ex Commit When He Doesn’t Want To

Making an ex commit to you is no easy task.

This is especially true when they reside themselves to believing that they don’t want anything to do with you.

So, how do you make them commit to you, assuming you want them back.

Well, that is the question that I am going to be answering in this episode of The Ex Boyfriend Recovery Podcast!

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Important Things Mentioned In This Episode

  • The interdependence theory
  • The importance of investment on all levels
  • How society views dating and why it holds YOU back
  • Rome success story

Written by EBR Teamate

Chris Seiter

10 responses to “Making An Ex Commit When He Doesn’t Want To”

  1. Ash says:

    I’m confused on what to do , me and this guy have been dating seriously for about a year and a half but we’ve known eachother 2 1/2 years . We’ve had our up and downs but we love eachother and care for eachother a lot . We do everything a regular couple does . We spend at least 3-4 days out of a week toghter. Sometimes not even not have sex . So I know it’s more then just sex with us …
    We recently had a bad ” break up” we call it but it’s not really because we weren’t officially toghter . After we reconnected 2 weeks later. we didn’t tell eachother we love eachother as often as we did before so one night I asked if he still loved me he said ” Yes I love you , and of course I care about you but I’m not ready for a relationship right now ” I didn’t even ask about a relationship so basically I’m wondering. What to do ? Should I do NC so he can miss me ? Or was that basically my answer on how he feels ?

    • EBR Team Member: Amor says:

      HI Ash,

      so, basically you’re like friends with benefits because you sleep with him but you’re not official.. Yup do nc, but do it more for yourself not just to make him miss you.

  2. Kate says:

    My ex and I had a messed up breakup but we started hanging out again recently and I felt like I needed to tell my ex how I felt. He said he wasn’t looking for a relationship and how he was maybe moving to the other side of the country.

    Things have changed now and he is not moving and has started to ask me to hang out and initiate contact. So I wanna ask? Was him saying he wasn’t looking for a relationship my answer or do I have a choice?

    • EBR Team Member: Amor says:

      Hi Kate,
      if he wants to hang out after saying that, that means you’re friendzoned

  3. b says:

    On and off for two years, he had a specific “type” of girl who wasn’t me, but we have an insane connection he can’t find elsewhere (all according to him). He always comes back to me and says they dont “compare”. Currently hes asking me to put my life on hold while he chooses between me and another woman. Would the method mentioned in the article my ex boyfriend and i still hook up, the break off, be useful in making him jealous, or would it just push him to walk away citing that he doesn’t want to infringe on my happiness? I was not able to comment on any other articles.

    • EBR Team Member: Amor says:

      The question is, are you happy being the second choice and being treated like his friend with benefits? Because the more you’re willing to be in that situation, the more you’re conveying you don’t have self respect. Do nc for yourself..not to make him jealous,.not more for him but for yourself.. If he doesn’t commit, it’s his loss..

  4. b says:

    On and off for two years, he had a specific “type” of girl who wasn’t me, but we have an insane connection he can’t find elsewhere (all according to him). He always comes back to me and says they dont “compare”. Currently hes asking me to put my life on hold while he chooses between me and another woman. Would the method in a previous article (I still hook up with my ex and how to get him to commit), the break off, be useful in making him jealous, or would it just push him to walk away citing that he doesn’t want to infringe on my happiness? I was unable to comment on that one.

    • EBR Team Member: Amor says:

      The question is, are you happy being the second choice and being treated like his friend with benefits? Because the more you’re willing to be in that situation, the more you’re conveying you don’t have self respect. Do nc for yourself..not to make him jealous,.not more for him but for yourself.. If he doesn’t commit, it’s his loss..

  5. Annie says:

    Great article! I have a question about no contact – is it always necessary to break the no-contact after 21,30, or 45 days if your ex hasn’t contacted you? Do you have to make the first move to break the no-contact? I’ve been posting great pictures on Facebook that a lot of our mutual friends have liked and I’m about to go on vacation and I’m sure he will see all this on social media. Since he’s the one who broke up with me, I feel like if he can see on social media how I’ve improved my life after the breakup, wouldn’t he be the one to get in touch with me since he did the breaking up? Do I really need to get in touch with him? I feel like if he sees that stuff and doesn’t reply, he’s not interested? Or could it be he may not know if I’ll give him another chance so I SHOULD break no-contact first? Thanks =)

    • EBR Team Member: Amor says:

      Yes, you should initiate and then continue improving yourself and in posting while slowly building rapport..

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