After your breakup, do you wonder, “Will we get back together?” This quiz has the answer. Review the signs to see if there’s a chance to come together again.
How to Know if You’ll Ever Get Back Together?
If your breakup was impulsive or caused by life stressors, and you spent the time apart on self-development rather than pleading with your ex to reconcile, you’re more likely to get back together. That is, of course, if your ex hasn’t already moved on with your relationship.
See if There’s a Chance with “The Will We Get Back Quiz”
It’s pretty confusing when you don’t know if you should break up with your boyfriend or girlfriend. But it’s even worse when you don’t know if you should get back with your ex. You start having questions like, “Will we even be a thing again?” or “Is it the right thing to do?”
But worry no more; we have created a relationship test that can accurately predict if you and your ex will ever get back together. It looks for every sign and analyzes the probabilities to come up with a reliable result.
How the Test Works
The quiz is a set of 20 questions about your ended relationship, ex-partner, and the breakup process. The goal is to identify if you two are still likely to rebound and give your relationship a second chance.
Understanding the type of your breakup.
The initial phase of the quiz is all about your breaking point. It’s crucial to figure out how or why your relationship ended before calculating the possibility of reconciliation.
3 types of breakups that usually get back together:
- Impulsive breakups. After an intense fight, if your relationship ends suddenly, you’ll likely get back together when you cool down.
- Conditional breakups. If your partner broke up with you over life stressors, they’d likely get back to you when things settle down.
- Mutual decision breakups. It’s a sign when you can communicate and decide that splitting your ways is the best option. A sign of maturity. So, you’re likely to talk things through and make the reverse decision in the future.
Reviewing the time apart.
It’s wise to go over things you’ve done after the breakup before focusing on questions like, “Will we get back together?” Did one or both of you obsess over patching things up and starting over? Or did you use this time to reflect on your actions and reconsider them?
Couples who prioritize self-development and self-care during a breakup have a greater chance of getting back together. So, the quiz encourages you to review your time apart to finetune the results.
You will not get back with your ex if one of you has gone through physical or emotional abuse. We need to know how you feel about your ex and what you’ve been through in the relationship. That’s the only way of determining if making it up would work out or not.
Calculating the probability of getting back together.
At the final phase of the test, we overview all your responses to generate the results. It takes a few seconds for the algorithms to calculate how probable it is for you two to restart your relationship. And we will not ask for any personal info (email, phone number, etc.) to show the results.
The Quiz Reveals What Rebound Stage You’re at
Yes, your big question is, “Will we get back together?” or something along those lines. But don’t you want to know how close or far from an actual rebound you are? Our test tells you that, too.
Clay Andrew, a well-known relationship coach, believes that reconciliation has five stages. It usually starts with a communication wall that stops the two ends of a relationship from discussing the situation. And, if everything goes well, it ends up with the couple deciding to give it another try.
Stage #1: The Wall of Reactance.
This is when you or your ex doesn’t want to talk. Communication is pretty challenging at this point, and you don’t know how the other person feels about the breakup.
Stage #2: The Test Ride.
You or your ex might want to communicate and see what’s up with the other person’s life during this period. But the exchanges will be cold and often serious.
Stage #3: Riding the Dragon.
The thoughts of getting back together bring in confusing warm/cold emotions. You might not know if you should text him or her or discuss a possible restart.
Stage #4: The Crisis Point.
This is when getting back together seems possible. But you’re too afraid to regret your decision. So, you try to find a reason not to give your ex a second chance.
Stage #5: The New Beginnings.
If you and your ex go through all four stages, you’ll be prepared for an actual restart.
Signs You’ll Get Back Together
Certain things signal that you and your ex are not over with your relationship. Here are some of the most common and important ones:
You are investing in yourselves.
There’s still hope when the two of you reflect on your actions and reconsider them. Couples who use their breakup gap as an opportunity to mature have a greater chance of getting back together. Plus, their rebound process would be much smoother than those who come together on an impulse.
You are communicating.
Talking and discussing different things with your ex is a good sign. It indicates that you two haven’t crossed all the lines—and you might be able to fix the broken bridges.
No one is pushing the other to get back.
Being pushy after a breakup could make things even worse. Regardless of the nature of your separation, it’s best to give each other some space. And if you’re already doing that, then you two are likely to get back together in the future.
You still have feelings for each other.
Sometimes, even being mad at your partner is a good sign. It shows that you’re not 100% over with the whole thing.
You have at least one motivation to get back together.
Hope is there if you still believe that you can “build a common life project” with your ex. You need to have a reason to give your relationship a second chance. And the reason can’t be “feeling better.”
When to Stop Hoping and Ensure Your Ex Will Never Come Back?
Natalia Juarez (AKA the Breakup Coach) believes that “If your ex left you, they’ve lost their hope in you and your relationship. And if your hope is as minimum as theirs, what are you going to do? You’re setting yourself up for a disaster.” So, she believes that there’s always hope for getting back together.
But keep these things in mind:
– You should not push or harass your ex to get back with you.
– You need to accept “no” as an answer if your ex is genuinely over with you.
– You should not abandon your personal life in hopes of getting back with your ex.
Take the Test to Stop the Confusion
Are you still self-questioning, “Will we get back together?” If yes, participate in our relationship quiz and receive a solid answer. We have created a trustworthy and genuine questionnaire that calculates the possibility of precisely coming together with your ex.
Give it a try. You won’t regret it.
How to Play?
Playing personality quizzes is straightforward: Choose the option that’s true about you—or you relate to—and select “Next.” Unlike trivia quizzes, personality tests have no right or wrong answers. But the questions are in forced-choice format. The point is to push you to choose an option that makes the most sense, not the one that’s 100% true. For the most accurate results, don’t overthink your responses. Go with options that you “feel” are the best.
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Questions of the quiz
- Question 1
Why do you want to know if you will get back with your ex?
I want to ensure it won’t happen
I need it because I have no idea what’s going on
We’re talking again, and I’m confused
We’re on and off, and I don’t get it.
I need it because I don’t know what’s the right thing to do
I want to ensure we’re ready for a second chance
- Question 2
What caused your separation?
Cheating or abusive behavior
A sudden and impulsive fight
I don’t remember, but it wasn’t a big deal
It was because of life stressors
It was because of a series of events that got out of control
It was a big deal, but we solved the issue later on
- Question 3
How do you feel about your breakup?
It still pisses me off.
It still hurts
I’m feeling better about the whole thing
I have mixed feelings, TBH
It gives me anxiety. I don’t want it to happen again.
I think I’m over it, and I feel fine.
- Question 4
Which one describes your feelings for your ex?
I hate them
I’m mad at them
I’m upset with them
I have mixed feelings for them
I can’t trust them
I think I still love them
- Question 5
What do you think could happen if you got back with your ex?
We’d start messing it up again
I don’t really know
I think we could do a better job
It’d either be the best or worst relationship ever
I’m too anxious to think about that.
I think we’d feel happy and thrive this time.
- Question 6
Are you still communicating with your ex-partner? If yes, how’d you describe it?
Yes, we’re still fighting
No, we don’t talk at all
Yes, but it’s kind of formal and serious
Yes, but it’s on and off all the time
Yes, but it’s in a confusing stage
Yes, we’re talking like two good friends again
- Question 7
Is any of you pushing the other to get back together ASAP?
Yes, my ex is being pushy
No, we don’t even talk to each other
Not really. But I might seem a bit pushy.
My partner was pushy at first, but then they stopped
No, we are scared of starting over.
No, we decided to give it some time.
- Question 8
Why are you still talking to your ex?
We don’t talk; we argue and fight
We don’t; my ex doesn’t text/call back.
Because we’re not sure if a breakup is the best option
We talk because we miss each other
We talk because we’re both anxious and lonely
We talk because we love each other
- Question 9
What could be a possible reason for you to give the relationship a second chance?
Nothing. I’m over it.
The love I have for my ex
Good memories we have
I’m a bit confused about that
Our kids or mutual life goals
- Question 10
Do you believe that you and your partner could have common goals in life?
No, not at all.
I don’t know
We probably could have common goals
That was one of our struggles before breaking up
I do believe in that. But I can’t be sure about it.
Yes, we did have common goals before the breakup.
- Question 11
How long have you been single?
For a couple of days
For a couple of weeks
For a couple of months
For about six months
For about a year
It’s been more than a year now
- Question 12
How did you spend your time apart?
Hooked up with others
I spend it crying and feeling horrible
I tried to get in touch with my ex and apologize
I spent it on trying to win my ex back
I tried to keep myself busy with other stuff
I spent it on exploring myself and becoming a better person.
- Question 13
Do you think that your ex is willing to start over again?
No, they don’t care
I don’t even know
I think they might be
They’re not sure about it
They’re scared of it but also willing to try
Yes, we’re both willing to start over again
- Question 14
Which one was one of the primary struggles of your relationship before the breakup?
Too many arguments over small things
- Question 15
What is your current struggle with your ex?
They won’t leave me alone.
I can’t reach out to them.
They wouldn’t trust me.
They’re too moody and confused.
I can’t trust them
I don’t have any struggles
- Question 16
What is your biggest fear about getting back together?
I don’t want to get back together
My biggest fear is another sudden breakup
I’m afraid that we will never be the same again
I’m afraid of regretting my decision
I’m afraid of losing them again
I’m not afraid of anything
- Question 17
Are you ready to change for the better and restart your relationship?
No, I want to move on
I don’t know that
I think I’m ready
It’s a tough question
I don’t think I’m ready, but I want it
Yes, I’m 100% ready
- Question 18
What’s something about your relationship that you still like?
Our mutual love for each other
- Question 19
What did you talk about the most after the breakup?
“Whose fault is it” type of stuff
We didn’t talk at all
We talked about the why behind our breakup
It was on and off; we talked about so many different things
We mostly talked about our emotions at the time
We talked about getting back together
- Question 20
Final question; how long did your relationship last before the separation?
Less than a month
About three months
About six months
About a year
At least two years
Three years or longer