Your Ex Boyfriend Blocked You… What Now? (Video)

Man… It’s been a while since I’ve posted a video, huh?

Turns out it’s not so easy to film when you go on vacation for Christmas and have a baby…

Who knew?

Anyways, after a long wait I have another video for you guys and it’s a goofy one.

I swear, I am having a little too much fun in these videos.

So, without further ado here is what to do if your ex boyfriend has blocked you.

Video Transcript

(Before I post this video transcript I want to give a special shout out to the newest member of the Ex Boyfriend Recovery team, Amor. She is going to be answering all of your comments and doing transcripts for us. So, be nice if you have the pleasure of talking to her. Thanks Amor!)

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Talk to the hand! You are blocked! That was weird. Anyways, today we’re going to be talking about what to do if your ex-boyfriend blocks you.

I’ll see you on the other side.

(INTRO)

There’s no doubt about it that it really sucks when an ex-boyfriend blocks you. I imagine there’s no greater feeling of depression for a woman who wants her ex-boyfriend back so bad but she has no way of contacting him. So, what I’m going to do for you today or what this entire video is going to do for you is, I’m going to teach what to do if your ex-boyfriend has blocked you and potentially how you can get him to unblock you.

But first, before we get into any of the details, we need to discuss the two types of blocking that your ex-boyfriend can do to you. First off, we have the partial block. A lot of women make this a lot more complicated than it has to be. The partial block is really simple. It’s basically when your ex-boyfriend blocks you in one way but you can still contact him in another way. Let me give you an example. Let’s say that I blocked you on Facebook but you could still text me with your phone, call me with your phone, email me or use an application like WhatsApp or something likethat. Well, if this were all to occur, you’ll be considered to be in the partial block. Now, let’s get to the holy grail of badness.

Holy Grail of badness?! What the heck?

Oh come on. Don’t tell you’ve never heard of the holy grail of badness?

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Yeah Chris? That’s a cup.

Whatever. Look the holy grail of badness is basically what I like to call the full out block. It’s as bad as it can get. It’s where you have no way of contacting of your ex-boyfriend but you can’t contact him through Facebook, through text messages, through just phone calls. You’re blocked everywhere imaginable. It’s a bad place to be and that’s why from this point on, we’re going to be operating under an assumption. The assumption, you’re in the midst of the holy grail of badness.

(HUMMING SKIT)

Dude, enough with cup!

Alright, fine. I won’t do the cup anymore…

Anyways, here is what I’m trying to get at. We’re going to be operating under an assumption and the assumption is that you’re in a full out block.

So, basically from this point on in the video, I’m going to be teaching you how to get out of the worst case scenario of full out block. I find a lot of women wonder why. Why would my ex-boyfriend block me? Of all the people in the world!

Let me tell you.

Anger.

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You’re annoying him.

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It hurts him too much to look at your picture.

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Out of spite.

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And finally the simple fact that he just maybe wants to get over you.

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Now, ignoring that last one. What you can you do if you were in a full out block butyour ex-boyfriend, you think, still has feelings for you?

Glad you asked.

There are three basic strategies that you can employ to get your ex-boyfriend to unblock you. But before we get into that I feel I should give you a bit of a disclaimer here. If you’re blocked, there’s no way around it. It’s a bad situation to be in. In fact, I would say it definitely lowers your chances of success. Now, that doesn’t mean you can’t have success. You just need to change your mindset of that. Try not to look at this entire process as “Oh, if he doesn’t contact me or if I don’t get him to unblock me, I’ve lost everything and the world is ending!”

Whoa. You’re not serious. The world is really not ending right?

No, you idiot.

Look, the world’s not ending if your ex-boyfriend doesn’t contact you and the world’s not ending if you don’t get him back. A lot of women fail at this entire process of trying to get an ex- boyfriend back because they enter it with the mindset that they have something to lose. I don’t understand this mindset because if you went through a breakup, you’ve kind of already lost everything. So, what I like to tell women is enter this with the mindset that you have nothing to lose. The odds are in your favor if you have that mindset because it’s sort of like an armor. It’s not going to hurt you if things don’t go your way. And if they do go your way well, hey great risks come with great rewards sometimes but, enough talk. Let’s get right down to it. Here are my three strategies for getting an ex-boyfriend to unblock you.

Strategy One- Do Nothing/No Contact

Please don’t tell me that fooled you. Did you check your audio or your phone or your computer?

Well anyways, that little skip was supposed to signify the no contact rule. Now, you’re maybe wondering, what does the no contact rule have to do with getting you ex to unblock you? Well, I’ve been doing this a long time and I’ve seen a lot of situations particularly those wherein a man has blocked a woman. For any of the reason I’ve said before, here’s what I found to be the case.

Often times is the woman does nothing. Yes, doing nothing. He’ll unblock her. So, that’s why I recommend to do the no contact rule. Right now, the situation is out of your control. Your ex-boyfriend pretty much has all the power. He can choose to unblock you or choose to block you or again if he unblocked you or choose to continue blocking you. So, rather than fret and try to scramble right off the bat. I think you’d do the no contact rule. Really work on yourself during the no contact rule. Try to get your mind off him. Have an active no contact rule.

You cannot be serious. That’s your advice, do nothing?

Chill. Chill. That’s not the only advice.

Strategy Two: Use Social Media To Your Advantage

Hmm. Alright. Social media. Just going to post something up right now.

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It’s true!

In one of my other videos, I cited a study about social media in which a graduate candidate- a graduate studies candidate interviewed something like 200 people and determined that 88% of them after a break up check their exes Facebook profile. So, that got me thinking.

Well, that’s pretty much a 90% chance that your ex-boyfriend is going to come strolling around your Facebook profile, why not use it to our advantage?

Now, I know what you’re thinking. “Hey dummy. We’re blocked. Everywhere. How is he going to see our Facebook profile?” You know.. there’s this funny thing called friends and friends often have Facebook profiles and friends often want to help out their other friends.

So, it’s not all that impossible that he can go up to his friend Austin and say, “Hey, Austin. I’m kind of curious to see what Cassie—“

Because you know, I hope your name is Cassie.”—I want to see what Cassie’s up to.”

“Oh, sure man. Just come on my Facebook profile. We can see. I’m friends with her.”

It happens.

So, why not take advantage of that opportunity? Why not post something on Facebook that will catch his eye. That will make him want to talk to you. Now, as for what to post. That’s completely up to you. I recommend going by my site, Ex Boyfriend Recovery for ideas. I do in depth explanations of what you can do on Facebook to catch his eye and get him to text you. But without a doubt, the method that I’m about to teach you next is probably my most successful when it comes to getting a man to unblock you.

Strategy Three: The Good News/Bad News Friend Tactic

Hey Chris! I got some good and I got some bad news.

What’s the good news?

You’re awesome!

I totally know. Alright, what’s the bad news?

You’re also totally conceited.

Ah the good news, bad news best friend strategy. It’s kind of a mouthful to say but here’s the premise of it. You’re going to be telling your ex-boyfriend’s best friend something shocking.

Something so shocking that he’ll have no choice but to tell his friend, your ex-boyfriend, what you told him. Ideally, if you make this shocking enough, your ex-boyfriend will unblock you to talk to you about it. Let me give you an example. We’re going to do a little bit of a role play here and what we’re playing is going to be you. Basically we’re going to pretend that you are in the midst of text messaging your ex-boyfriend’s best friend in the hopes that you will deliver something so shocking to him that he’s going to message your ex and your ex will unblock you to talk to you about it. Now, you’re maybe wondering.

What kind of news should I deliver?

Should the news be bad or good? Well, either one can work but I tend to think always leaving a

good feeling will always trumps leaving the bad feeling.

Let me give you an example. Let’s say that you tell your ex-boyfriend’s best friend that you got a limb chopped off or something. That’s pretty shocking bad news. Okay? Now, let’s also pretend that you ran into Brad Pitt. That’s shocking. Everyone wants to hear that. You ran into Brad Pitt and you have a picture.

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Anyways, you ran into Brad Pitt and you have a picture and you send this picture to your ex-boyfriend’s best friend. That’s pretty shocking. He will most likely tell your ex-boyfriend about it and hopefully if the news is shocking enough or interesting enough, your ex will unblock you to talk to you about it.

That’s the premise.

Now, what should this text message look like?

I’m glad you asked. You know I like to think of text messaging kind of like a game of poker. You never really want to tip your opponent off on what kind of hand you have. You want to bluff. Well, text messaging an ex- boyfriend or an ex-boyfriend’s best friend in this case, it will be a little like playing poker. You never really want to let your ex-boyfriend’s best friend know what your true motive is. You want everything to sound as natural as possible.

So, how do you do that? Well, take a look at this text message. This is ideal type of text message that you want to send your ex-boyfriend’s friend. It’s very natural looking. Nothing really seems forced. It’s just sort of like, “Hey, look who I ran into. Brad Pitt. Here’s a picture.”

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Again, that’s one handsome devil.

So one last thing that I want to leave you with before this video ends. The only way that the good news, bad news method works, is if the news you go over is so shocking that it forces your ex- boyfriend to unblock you. That’s the only way it works. Now, does it have a 100% success rate?

Absolutely not.

Nothing does but it’s going to yield you more success than if you sat on your butt and did nothing.

Think about that.

Hey, thanks for watching this video. I really had a fun time filming it. Unfortunately, my wife couldn’t be in it today due to obligations. So, I’m stuck doing all the skits and I want to leave you with this message.

If you want to learn more about getting your ex-boyfriend back, please visit my website. www.exboyfriendrecovery.com. If you want your question answered, I’m making an active effort to answer every single question that you have in the comments section of YouTube.

Please, please, please ask me questions. I would love to answer them and also please subscribe to the channel.

Thanks guys.

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13 Comments on Your Ex Boyfriend Blocked You… What Now? (Video)

  1. EBR Team Member: Amor // January 17, 2016 at 9:42 pm //

    Thank you too Orange! and you’re welcome!

  2. That makes a lot of sense, I will definitely try that once the NC rule period is over 😀
    Honestly, thank you so much for your help. It’s awesome that you are a new member of the website!!

    Thank you so much,
    Sincerely,
    Orange 😛

  3. EBR Team Member: Amor // January 17, 2016 at 11:09 pm //

    Hi Orange,

    From his reaction yes. You still have the upper hand if you do that and you’re not offending him. It also shows him you have a life apart from him. Just be careful of how you do it. Make sure it sounds more cliffhanger text than asking for permission text or being too cautious text.
    Like, “Girls are here!Fun time!” is different from, “Girls are here, just catching a movie ok?”, do you get it? :)

  4. Heck ya!

    You picked up on that huh.

    A little of my inner nerd coming out.

  5. 6 weeks(not long I know)

  6. HAHAHA OMG CHRIS DID YOU JUST HUM THE THEME FROM FINAL FANTASY X IN THE HOLY GRAIL PART?

  7. Hey again,

    I don’t mind at all! But to answer your question…no I didn’t tell him when I was leaving or why, I usually just turn my device off and go do what needs to be done 😁. In the future would it be best to leave a cliffhanging text?
    Thank you so much 😌

  8. EBR Team Member: Amor // January 18, 2016 at 12:54 am //

    My pleasure Orange,

    I hope you don’t mind my question. Did you just stop replying but didn’t mention that you were doing other things? Like, “BRB in a couple of hours. Gotta do my chores!” If that’s the case then use that kind of cliffhanger text, at least he knows you’re doing something that’s why you’re not replying. Another thing is, a person who’s truly over somebody doesn’t angry. I’m not sure what he truly feels for you. It can be love overridden by anger or he’s just annoyed but the bottom line is, he’s still affected. If he turns aggressive in social then it’s better that you’re blocked. It can even help you go through NC period easier.

  9. Hi,
    Thank you so much for replying!!
    I’m cutting the conversation when it hits the most interesting peak. For example on the last day of school, he invited me fishing with his family and I agreed to go. After that I didn’t reply for an hour because I had piano practice, chores and I went for a small walk. He gets angry due to the fact that I don’t reply as quickly or as frequently as he likes when he’s so into the conversation…after that he would make (what sounded like jealous) remarks about some of my other guy friends, which would start the fight…so I would say jealousy is a main cause…
    I have reason to believe he’s over me because whenever I try to contact him now, he snaps back by telling me to:
    -leave him alone
    -go away
    -*colourful language* off
    But whenever we see each other in person, he wants to talk or hang out…he turns aggressive over the social media 😳🤔
    Hence why I’m blocked :”) he did it last night, so the NC kinda starts (again) today…

    Again, thank you so much for replying

  10. EBR Team Member: Amor // January 18, 2016 at 1:59 am //

    Hello Orange,

    We’re doing our best to help, so thank you too Orange! It’s funny he hasn’t noticed the same pattern after you’ve used NC thrice but it’s good it works everytime. I think what lacks is consistency ‘coz the NC works but then after that, when he gets angry you can’t help but react to it which is normal when you’re not used to separating yourself from the situation and the feelings of others. So, don’t feel bad. I’m wondering how you’re cutting the conversation. Why does he get mad? From what you said, anger seems to be the reason of your fights. Is it because he gets angry easily because of his jealousy or he just really gets angry easily? And why do you think it’s for sure that he’s over you? Lastly, If he’s always angry, I think you need to remind yourself that whatever hurtful words he said when he’s angry, naturally it’s the anger talking not him. If he’s like that, he needs to work on that.

  11. Hi Chris,
    We were together ten months and it ended really quickly and out of anger driven by jealousy. He was the one to end it but he wanted me back after a week…but then he ended it the next day. I’ve tried the NC rule three times, all succeeding the 30 days and he wants to talk, but when I limit my replies or cut the conversation short…he gets really angry which freaks me out…I reply when I shouldn’t and say something I probably shouldn’t and he blocks me…once being the really bad block…this time it’s not the back block, just on iMessages. But I’m pretty sure he’s just over me, over us and everything that’s happened. Is there anything I can do after the NC? Something that would keep me from freaking out..? It’s the school holidays so I won’t see him for another three weeks at the most… He said he really doesn’t like me…
    Or is it best that I just give up this time..?
    Thank you so much for this website though, Chris! It’s really opened my mind into the behaviour or guys 😂 You’re amazing, so thank you to you, your wife, Amor and everyone who has helped make this website possible!

  12. How long were you together exactly?

  13. Hi,

    What do we do if Facebook is not an option because he deleted it, you deleted his number but not sure he deleted yours? We weren’t together long enough to have mutual friends. How can he check up on me now?

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