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Completely ignoring her ensures her attraction for you doesn’t go down. This goes double if she’s dumped you for another guy.

If she’s with her new exciting NRE boyfriend, and you keep contacting her like a little puppy, her attraction for you goes into the toilet. This is exactly why I have a FB / MLTR return rate of 94%. That’s a real number pulled directly from my spreadsheets.

What if my quick checking reveals she does have a New Boyfriend? I just reset the timer and keep on ignoring her for another 4-6 months. Hitting up an ex who has a New Boyfriend is a complete and utter waste of your time.

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Frankly, even that 94% is conservative, since many of the women in the other 6% are ones who move far away and never move back.

So if you don’t count those, my return rate is damn near 100%. There are many reasons, since I use all the correct relationship techniques.

But if I had to pick just one of them it would be this: when a woman leaves me, I do the exact opposite of what other men do.

I completely vanish out of her life and ignore her for many months.

Respond to her in a casual, non-needy, outcome independent way.

Feel her out and find out why she’s contacting you.

It’s virtually guaranteed assuming A) you do it correctly, B) you’re in no rush, and C) you weren’t a oneitisy pussy or extreme asshole while you were dating her the first time around.

Or, you can ignore my advice and keep contacting her over and over again to “be nice” or “maintain the connection” or “keep the interest up” or to “try to get her back.” All of this will ensure you’ll be stuck in friend zone forever and never get her back into your sex life. Note/Update: I am no longer responding to any comments on this post.

I know there’s a 94% chance she’ll be back at some point, so I don’t worry about it.

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