When he told you it was over, you heard your heart snap like a fragile twig and know that you’re never going to be able to get over the pain he caused you. You still love him and you want to get him back. Of course you’re going to try to plead with him to take you back because that seems like the most logical reaction. However, that’s probably one of the worst ways you could handle a break up. If you want to get your ex back, take the following advice to heart.
You’re going to want to contact your ex as much as possible to let him know that you’ve either changed, that you still love him, or that he should really reconsider having left you. You might want to threaten him, give him an ultimatum, cry or act in any irrational way in order to get his attention and to take you back. Don’t do this. He’s still not going to be over his own pain at having to leave you (because believe it or not, he’s likely feeling hurt by his decision, too) and if you keep pestering him, he’s only going to feel he was right from the beginning. You both need time to heal and actually miss each other if you want to get back together.
Remain active. If you need something to take your mind off of your pain, doing something will be better than doing nothing. This activity can either be physical or social (though the latter often involves the former). Do some volunteer work—one of the best ways to stop feeling horrible is to help others.
You’re allowed to feel the pain of a heart break but don’t let it consume or control you. Ways to avoid this are by being physically and socially active. If you surround yourself with people, they’ll be able to help you control your emotions instead of your emotions controlling you. More tips here: http://www.themagicofmakingup.com