So, you just got a text from your ex and you’re not sure how to respond. What should you do?! Well, it turns out there’s actually a perfect way to respond that will make them more likely to talk to you again! It’s called the response-dependency effect and it means that an event which decreases the likelihood of repeating a response is called __.
For example, if someone sends me an email and I don’t reply, then they might be less likely to send me another one in the future because I didn’t answer their last message. Sound confusing? Stay tuned for our next blog post where we’ll go into detail about this phenomenon! Number of Words: 350 Expected Length: 350-500 words.
One of the most common questions we hear from people is whether or not to keep in touch with their ex. The truth is that there’s no right answer, and it really depends on how you feel about them. But if you want to message them again then this post can help!
There are two types of contact:
Proactive and Reactive. When someone reaches out first they’re proactively initiating contact – usually because they missed the person a lot but don’t know what to say. Reactive messages happen when someone responds after they’ve been contacted by an ex-partner for some reason (maybe to ask for money).
This research says that “proactivity” has stronger effects than reactivity does, so messaging your ex first could make him