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About Drunk Dialing and Text Message - When You’re Trying to Get Your Ex Back

Communication can also be the hole that sinks the ship when it comes to trying to repair a broken couple.
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Generally communication is the key to keeping any relationship afloat when the waters get rough.  However, communication can also be the hole that sinks the ship when it comes to trying to repair a broken couple.  There are a few errors when it comes to contacting your ex that can ruin your chances of getting him/her back.
 
As people become closer they become comfortable with the everyday opportunity to speak to, text, email, call, or Instant Message the one they love.  This becomes a habit that eventually becomes part of what defines your relationship.  When you are stuck in a meeting and can’t respond to the loving text your special someone sent you, it’s hard.  When you have to spend hours without hearing anything from your loved one, you miss them more than anything.  This doesn’t change after a breakup.  In fact, you’re even more aware of the phone not beeping or your inbox empty of new messages.  To fill that void you’re going to be tempted to make irrational phone calls or spam your ex with voicemails, emails and text messages.  These are mistakes referred to as “Drunk Dialing” and “Text Message Terrorism.”

To recognize these errors and understand these terms continue to read so you will be able to avoid them if your time comes for a breakup or if you’re already at this point and don’t know how to handle your rush of emotions.

Alcohol is not always a contributing factor to drunk dialing - though it can sometimes play a part.  Mostly drunk dialing is subject to the muddled thoughts that you have.  This game is deadly, though, because if you manage to let irrationality consume you, you might just lose the one you love forever.  There are a few messages you most likely want to share with your now ex and none of them will work if you make a call when you’re head is clouded and you’re not thinking straight.  The temptation to make this call usually happens when you’re feeling loneliest.  This is bad timing because it also just happens to be the time you’re feeling most vulnerable.  Loneliness and vulnerability do not play well together.  If you make that call at this time you’re going to end up making yourself look beyond desperate, irritating your ex and ruining your chances.

“Text Message Terrorism” reverts back to all other forms of communication that modern day technology has brought upon us.  These are going to be the grating, frustrating, exasperating and illogical responses you’re going to want to send your ex.  While you may think sending constant texts of “I love you” or “I’m sorry” to your ex, your ex is going to want to ignore you and will start seeing you as clingy and desperate.

Because communication is such a fickle thing, doing it wrong could be devastating to your chances of getting back with your ex.  These two mistakes will drive a wedge between you and your ex.  However, even if you’ve already made the embarrassing phone call or left the irritating messages, you still have a chance to fix your relationship.  Just start now with not calling when you’re tempted and giving your ex some time to cool down.  You’ll also get some time to plan on how to get your ex back.

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