8 Ways to Rekindle an Old Flame ...

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Have you been dying to find out all of the ways to rekindle an old flame?3

Have you been trying to find the right ways to rekindle an old flame but none of your attempts have worked?

There are some things that you've got to take into account when you are exploring another relationship with an ex.

There are feelings to consider and you have to wonder, is it worth it?

If you feel it is, take a look below!

1. Make Sure You Are Ready to Recreate a Relationship

If you're really looking for ways to rekindle an old flame, you've got ask yourself if you are ready to recreate that relationship.

Are you ready to pursue something that you might have let go years ago?

Do you think that he's ready?

These are all questions that you've got to ask yourself before you instantly start to rekindle some of those feelings.

Is He Dating Someone?

Comments:

Heather Jensen
Oh! That's a great tip! :) Thank you for that!
Kathleen Watkins
Another way to rekindle an old flame is to recreate good times! (Wear same perfume, for example) or simply talk about the good times.
Kimberly Marie
Just mentioned the post on Twitter
Leigh
Thank you for this article. It gives me hope for the future. I'll definitely remember this when the time is right.
Heather Jensen
Agreed! Thanks for sharing your experience! I know it's hard to rekindle an old flame, but it's so worth it.
Heather Jensen
Hi Noni! Definitely! I can do that. So you're looking for an article about how to keep love going after it dies out?
Noni
When I saw the title, I thought you were talking about how to keep an old relationship going. You know how when you're with someone for so long, the love kind of just...dies. Could you do an article about that or is there on that's already there? Thanks! :)
jess
I think the important thing when u find the old flame is to be honest & open about your feelings with them. If the timings right, & the odds they are reciprical u have a good shot. Worked for me, goin strong 3 years :)
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