Relationship that involve physical, verbal or emotional abuse can be extremely difficult to deal with. They are hard on the family, friends and most importantly the victim. Any cases of having abused your ex can leave them feeling absolutely violated and in great pain. It is important to know that you have a big issue to deal with, and you must make some serious changes in your life before you think about doing anything else. Here is a step-by-step process to go about getting your ex back.
Deal With Your Issues-
If you have been physically, verbally, emotionally abusive you must address the core issue of your problem. Anger, jealousy, misunderstanding, resentment are some of the worst emotions that can result in abuse. If you are feelings any of these things, then it is important that you go about dealing with them in the correct way. It is important to feel your emotions. To understand what it is that is causing you to feel that way. If it is because you have a need that isn’t being met, or from feeling empty, whatever it is. You need to figure it out instead of taking it out on others’ in violence.
Talk To Your Ex About Your Feelings-
The best way to deal with any problem is by rationalizing it. Once you understand fully what happened, what caused it to happen, and what you can do to stop it completely from happening again. You need to rationalize these details with your ex. Be honest and sincere and communicate everything with them. Listen carefully to everything they have to say, and allow them to express all their feelings and hurt from the abusive experiences.
Ask For Forgiveness-
Forgiveness is the first key to rebuilding a bond in a relationship. You need to have their forgiveness before you can go any steps further. Forgiveness means that it was something very wrong that happened, but it’s something you can moved beyond and make appropriate changes to ensure this never happens again. Like water under the bridge, it has passed and you must start off fresh.