Should You Be Facebooking Your Ex Boyfriend?

Facebook, MySpace, text-messages, IM's... these days, there are plenty of ways to keep in touch with an ex after breaking up. But what if you want your ex back? Should you be trying to communicate with him still, even after your relationship is over? Or are there better ways of getting back together with an ex boyfriend?

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Dating today is a lot different than it used to be. We've gone past the simple phone call, way beyond the beeper, and are now in the modern age of the cellphone... where you can reach anyone at any time. And as if that weren't enough, you can now keep up with your boyfriend though email, text-messaging, Myspace and Facebook. There are LOTS of different ways to talk to anybody you want, at any time of day.

But what happens after the two of you break up? Do you remain Myspace friends? Facebook contacts? Do you keep in touch, and still write on each other's wall - seeing and hearind about each other's daily activities - or do you cut ties and walk away completely?

Keeping Contact With Your Ex Boyfriend Even After Breaking Up

Many couples break up and stay in touch these days, whether they like it or not. If your boyfriend dumped you or the two of you split up, you may be wondering what to do about all the social networking contact you have with him each day. You might share friends on MySpace, Facebook, or any of those websites where you can leave messages and gather to talk about things. So now that you're split up... what happens next?

It's an awkward situation. Staying friends with your ex boyfriend simply isn't possible, for reasons you outlined here.

But can you still remain Facebook friends? Email buddies? Can you still leave your ex among the friends on your MySpace page, or will your next boyfriend be upset when he sees something like that?

Breaking Ties With an Ex Boyfriend

Sadly, it's always best to make a clean break. . . especially if you one day hope to date your ex again and are actively working toward getting him back. Trying to remain friends with an ex boyfriend when you really still love him will always put you further and further away from his heart. You can't pretend to be good buddies, still talk through Myspace, email him, Facebook ex boyfriend... all of those things will eventually be detrimental to getting back together with him.

And even if you don't want your ex back - staying in contact post-relationship will always lead to trouble. You're simply going to know way too much about his life, and he'll know too much about yours. As the two of you begin dating again, your Facebook or Myspace status will tell the tale. Imagine how you'll feel when you see your ex's status turn to "single", or even "in a relationship" once he gets a new girlfriend. Can you handle watching his new social life unfold in front of you, or will you be jealous that it's not you?

Likewise, once you start dating a new boyfriend he's not going to want to see your ex involved in your life, much less emailing you, writing on your Facebook wall, or staying in touch through all these social networks. There's no reason to bring jealousy and trouble to your new relationship if you're already completely over your ex. By making a clean break from the relationship - both physically, emotionally, and now electronically - you're giving your new romance the best chance for success.

What If You Still Want Your Ex Boyfriend Back?

Sometimes, you might be using Facebook to spy on your ex boyfriend. Maybe you're curious and just want to know what he's been up to, or maybe you're intentionally looking for his status. Checking out his new female friends and trying to figure out which of them he may be hanging out with is only going to drive you crazy. Moreover, there are ways he can see who's looking at his account when it comes to MySpace, Facebook, and most of these social networks. Knowing this will undermine your attempts at winning him over, because your exboyfriend will realize that you're already jealous.

To Facebook ex boyfriend is only inviting trouble. Your best bet, if you want your ex back, is to pull the plug on your computer. Stop calling, texting, emailing, and messaging your ex. Withdraw, give him some time to miss you, and formulate a plan of attack. Only by adapting a step-by-step plan to get him back in your life again can you start taking positive steps on the path to reconciliation.

Ex Factor Exboyfriend

To fix a breakup in which your boyfriend dumped you, you'll need a male's viewpoint, brutal honesty, and straight-forward advice. And this is exactly where the Ex Factor Guide, by Brad Browning, comes into play.

Written exclusively for women trying to get back with an ex boyfriend, Ex Factor Guide is just that: a complete, step-by-step guide to not only getting your man back, but also keeping him around for as long as you want him.

The written guidebook and video files downloaded here go WAY beyond the more common breakup tips and tactics you may have already read. Author and relationship expert Brad Browning brings you deeper and deeper into your ex boyfriend's mind and mindset, showing you exactly what he's thinking before, during, and just after he breaks up with you.

The system goes into great detail as to why your ex boyfriend might currently be coldly ignoring you, and what you can do to draw him closer instead of shoving him unintentionally away. You'll learn tips and tactics for turning the tide, regaining control, and seizing back some semblance of power over whether or not you continue the relationship. Browning shows you what you're doing right now that may be inhibiting or preventing you from getting your ex back, as well as simple adjustments that will make your ex start wanting and needing you again.

One of the strengths of Ex Factor Guide is the author's no-bullshit approach and brutal honesty. He makes no apologizes as he dives into the male psyche, showing you why guys react to certain relationship situations the way they do. Over the course of the system's many video files, you'll gain new insight as to what may have caused your breakup... and how you can easily reverse it with a minimum of effort.

At the very least, check out this FREE 8-minute video of how you should be handling the initial stages of your breakup, and how you can regain your ex boyfriend's interest and attention even when it seems he might be 'over' the relationship.

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