Interacting with him without a plan at this point can only serve to alienate him and may make your separation permanent.
This article will help lay the groundwork for getting him back in this situation.
Right now your home may be a bit quieter than normal.
When a partner has moved out it is devastating and depressing.
Your feelings right now, as varied as they are, are normal.
But, to get him back you are going to need to be able to manage the expression of those feelings, at least in front of him.
You can cry and scream all you want when you are alone at home but if you want to get back your man after he's moved out then you must refrain from becoming emotional in front of him.
This is not an easy task but is essential.
No crying, pleading, or yelling aloud.
Yes, you'll want to but you can't.
If you do you are letting him know what's in store if he comes home.
When you interact with your partner you must create positive experiences.
You can do this by smiling and appearing upbeat.
Yes, you have to display a person who is not you right now.
To do this you will need to prep yourself before each interaction with him if possible.
You'll have to focus.
You can do this by acting as if things are like they should be.
Remember this is just in you mind.
This is not about denying the situation this is about doing what you need to do to get him home.
Another way to create positive experiences when you are with him is to compliment him on what he's done in the past and any of his current achievements.
Yes, this sounds counter intuitive but it works.
You are trying to draw him in as he will run from any pressure or neediness.
You have to make him feel good about himself when he is with you.
If you act on how you feel, he will want to stay as far away from you as possible.
He will dread each time he has to interact with you.
If you can begin to change how you interact with him, he will be forced to react differently.
This is how you begin to lay the groundwork for getting your man back after he's moved out.
There is more work to be done but you will be off to a good start.