How to Flirt With Your Ex Boyfriend If You Want Him Back - Step-By-Step Advice

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March 30, 2010 - PRLog -- Learning how to flirt with your ex boyfriend can definitely help you in your quest to get him back. It's a sticky subject though and one not all women are comfortable with. How exactly do you come on to a man that you've already been in a relationship with? Does it matter who broke up with who? Should you be overt when it comes to flirting with him or is it more effective to be subtle? These are all valid questions that you should have an answer to before you turn on the charm and start flirting with your ex again.

Understanding how to flirt with your ex boyfriend begins with remembering what he loved most about you. If your end goal is to rekindle the lost love between you two, you have to appeal directly to his heart. That means you need to present yourself in a way that you know he'll find irresistible. If there was a particular color that he loved on you, buy a new outfit in that hue. Style your hair just the way he liked and wear the shade of make up he'd compliment you on. You want to show him that you're still the same attractive and desirable woman he fell in love with once.

Naturally you're going to want to go in to your flirting exercise with all guns blazing, but in this instance, subtlety really is your ally. You have to be demure about this. Ask him out for a generic get together. Coffee or lunch both work well. Show up on a tiny bit late so you can be the one making an entrance. Touch his hand or give him a gentle, quick hug as a greeting. Then sit down and get ready for the next step of your plan to charm him all over again.

Smile at him, giggle when he's amusing and keep your compliments to a minimum. You want to show him that you're interested in him again, but not eager. Reach over to lightly touch his arm once in a while during conversation. Don't bring up anything negative that's transpired between the two of you in the past. That includes not talking about the break up at all. It's fine, and even advisable, to delve a bit into the fun times you two shared. Talk about mutual friends and how they are now or special occasions that you two enjoyed together in the past.

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