Does No Contact Work If
Your Ex Is Seeing Someone
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Your ex broke up with you and were thinking about trying the no
contact rule, but they have already moved on to someone new.
You might ask yourself if there’s even a point in trying the no
contact rule anymore.
Well, spoiler alert: The no contact rule CAN and does work
when your ex is seeing someone else… but only if you do it
That’s right; there’s a lot more to the no contact rule than what
you might think, so let’s first talk about what the no contact rule
What Is The No Contact Rule?
The no contact rule is basically the foundation upon which an
entire strategy of getting an ex back (or even moving on from
them) is built.
I’ve written several articles on it, filmed many different videos, and
even done podcast episodes over it.
But what is this elusive no contact rule?
Well, simply put, the no contact rule is a period of time where
you ignore your ex on purpose with the intent of making them
miss you, while at the same time working on upgrading your
life in all necessary areas.
How does this work when your ex has moved on?
Does it lose effectiveness in that particular case?
Well, I think to properly answer that question we need to talk
about two things:
1. The biggest misconception people have about the no contact
2. What ACTUALLY works in the no contact rule when your ex
has moved on to someone else.
Let’s start from the top.
What Is The Biggest Misconception People Have About The
No Contact Rule
When the average person wants to learn about the no contact rule,
they Google it and wind up on either my site or someone else’s
website and learn about the note contact rule, but they fail to
understand the true meaning behind it.
Remember the definition I just shared?
Well, people only read up to the “making your ex miss you” part,
and they miss the memo about upgrading their life.
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