Each relationship has it swings and roundabouts. Of course, you want make sure you have more ups than downs. Each problem has a solution , it's a matter of selecting how hard you're going to work at it. Giving up is always the easiest way out. When you truly love somebody, you try your best to work at your best and make it happen for its best.
First, you need to ask each other is the difficulty really worth arguing about or for that matter breaking- up over. Once you have this questions addressed, we will be able to go on. We are actually in hope of a no, but I have answers to both. If the answer's no, then you have got the green light to work together. Don't push to speak about it straight away. Give one another some time to think on the problem and settle on a time you can both get together to talk about your differences.
In case, the difficulty is worth breaking up over, then yes do give each other space. Don't jump the van and begin to push your ex boyfriend to work things out with you right away. You could be the cause of the difficulty, so you want to give it some time for the two of you to think about things. If in this example, you're the problem in the relationship, then we have some work to do.
Don't call him right away or show you're desperate to get back with him. Target yourself, as hard as this can seem at this time. Go out and get some fresh air. Join the gym if you have to, begin looking better. Buying some new garments always helps beef up your self-esteem also. Go cosset and prettify yourself. Let him see you at your best, this will definitely have him wondering about you. Remember he is expecting you to be at his feet, begging him back, so you do not need to start this way.
Once you've targeted on yourself for one week, this is going to be acceptable time to get results on his end. By this point he's doubtless text or called you. Do respond to him. Don't forget his calls, but do stay strong and don't let him notice that you want him back right away. When he expresses that he misses you and wants to chat things out and you agree start to make him feel you are still interested to work things out as well .
Do not be defensive when your ex boyfriend expresses things about you, that you might need to switch. Take his criticism as a positive one. We all screw up, you're still in time to switch it around and work at making your inadequacies your strengths. I believe in you. Now it's a matter of how much do you have a belief in yourself? These steps could also turn things around for you and not push your ex boyfriend away. It worked well for me why not for you?