The No Contact Method is still the best way to get your ex back, and I’ll tell you why.
Hi, I’m Brad Browning, creator of the Ex Factor Guide. I’m going to dive deep on the mechanism behind the No Contact Method and tell you how you can use it to win back your ex starting right now.
I’ll use real world examples of relationships that were saved by the No Contact Method.
What is No Contact? No Contact means keeping your distance from your ex immediately after the breakup for at least thirty days…no text messages, no phone calls, no in person hangouts. It seems counterintuitive to most people but it really works.
There Are Two Reasons No Contact Makes Your Ex Miss You
How can you get your ex back if you never talk to them?
Let me explain just exactly why the No Contact Method should always be the first step you take if you want to win your ex back for good. Here’s how it works.
No Contact lets your ex see what their life truly is like without you. Instead of slowly fading from their life or being pushed out, you’ve severed contact completely and left them to truly feel the absence.
The longer you two have been together, the more effective this principle will be. Here’s a real world example:
This is the principle of absence in action. It was one thing for Kevin to want space from Leigh, it was another for him to actually see it play out. He was forced to really understand what their breakup would mean for his life going forward, and he didn’t like it.
Now let’s imagine if, instead of following the No Contact Method, Leigh had returned home with Kevin and spent that time arguing or trying to convince him to take her back, things would have turned out quite differently.
Kevin would never have come to appreciate all the good that Leigh had brought to his life. Instead he would have spent his time building new, negative memories of their time together, and they would have both ended up alone.
Now we’re going to talk about another way that No Contact works. This is information that I’ve never shared on youtube so keep watching if you want the inside scoop on the second powerful mechanism behind No Contact. I call it denial of closure.
2. Denial of closure
Every time you contact your ex after your breakup, you’re giving them the chance at closure. Closure is that moment when you finally close the book on a relationship and begin moving on.
You may think that your constant text messages, begging and pleading is preventing them from moving on but it’s actually having the opposite effect. Every time you reach out post-breakup, you’re giving them another chance to say “no” to you and put the relationship behind them.
By refusing to engage with your ex, you’re denying them this closure, meaning the relationship is still ongoing in their subconscious mind. This lack of closure is one of the things that will draw your ex back like a magnet.
Don’t believe me? Here’s the true story of Colin and Kim.