If you're saying, "I want my wife back," but feeling completely unsure how to start winning her back, then follow these easy methods. There is no single tip or method that will guarantee you this process, but there are a few things you can do that might work better then others.
To start out with, it's important to understand why a wife will leave. When you're miserably saying to yourself "I want my wife back," what you should be asking yourself instead is "did I appreciate her?" A woman will put up with a lot of crap from us men if she feels this one single thing. When we stop appreciating our wives, then that's when trouble begins to brew.
When you find yourself in this position, it's time to stop arguing and pleading when "I want my wife back" becomes impossible to bring her home. It's because pleading and arguing will only serve to make you appear unattractive and needy. Begin by being sweet and nice again like you used to be. You're saying "I want my wife back" right now so that means you've probably began taking her for granted and she has felt unappreciated. So this applies to you if you are in fact saying, "I want my wife back."
No matter what happens from this point on, you're going to need to be on an even keel, nice and polite. If you have already separated then you can do this by running into her on purpose "accidentally" and maintain that contact every once in a while.
Run into her often as you can and use these "accidental" moments that you bump into her for an opportunity to show her your appreciation. Show her you changed to being polite and courteous. Avoid at all costs becoming upset or whining to her... "I want my wife back," only to get impatient.
Most often then not, your wife has left because of not being appreciated and she was unhappy. She left you to get out away from such a unappreciative jerk and wants nothing more to do with you. If you're saying, "I want my wife back" and think she left merely to shock you into realizing the mistakes you've made, then you need to prepare yourself for the reality that she does not want you back. You will have to change before she can even begin to see you as attractive again and desirable to be with.
By moving towards appreciating your wife you will start by being thoughtful. There are several different things that can compliment this effect too. Being respectful means you're thoughtful of her feelings, and that you are willing to go the extra mile for her. That in turns shows how much you appreciate her if "I want my wife back" is what you're doing it for, it's still the thought that counts. By simply being thoughtful and considerate, you can make some great improvements on how she sees you.
Finally, be thoughtful and respectful enough to leave her alone. You might think, "I want my wife back," but if she's not ready to try, and you keep pestering her on the issue, you'll only be pushing her away even further.