It will take longer for an ex to miss you if: The irony is that these are the same relationships where exes feel that there is no reason to severe contact, or feel that “no contact” is not practical (e.g.children are involved, they work in the same place or have same circle of friends, they’re truly good friends who genuinely care for each other).[Read: 10 big signs your past relationship is subconsciously stopping you from enjoying your present relationship] Bumping into an ex Call it fate, coincidence, or just plain luck, but if you have an ex, chances are, you are bound to run into them someday. And most importantly, have you moved on to greener pastures?It may be a few days after your break up, or at times, even several years after breaking up. [Read: The best way to move on and deal with a break up] The most important thing to remember – Don’t lose control!Question: Yangki, are there instances where an ex will miss you because you are out of their life? Unless of course that space is quickly filled with someone else, or had already been filled before the break-up. Yangki’s Answer: Almost all exes miss you when you are no longer in their lives. You share some part of your life with someone, they are gone and there is an empty “space” where they used to be.Smith's cousin told Radar Online that the relationship is 'awesome' so far, but she is not 'allowed to talk about it'.
If your goal is to win him back, you'll need to be intentional about how you communicate.
Even if you're not looking to rekindle an old flame, good communication skills are useful if you want to remain friends after a break-up.
Focus on talking about anything other than why you broke up, assuming you've already had that conversation, of course.
How long it takes for an ex to miss you varies from individual to individual.
Some people immediately, and others it comes more gradually.