Breakups never get easier no matter how many you go through. If you truly love and care about someone, watching them walk out the door is not just painful; it’s gut-wrenching. It’s even worse when you’re the one getting dumped, especially if you don’t really understand why.
Inside the Text Your Ex Back guide, author Michael Fiore says,
“Getting dumped sucks. It doesn’t matter how nice your ex was, or how long you saw it coming–it’s a blow to the ego.
All is not lost. A strategic program of texting may be able to bring your ex back into your arms. But before you send a single text, you need to figure out WHY your ex broke up with you. Otherwise, you might end up just making things worse!
NOTE: This is not necessarily the same as why they SAY they broke up with you. It might be, but it might not be. Getting to the core reason is going to require painful analysis and honesty. It’s worth it, trust me.”
If you missed it the first time, here’s what he said, “All is not lost. A strategic program of texting may be able to bring your ex back into your arms.”
In other words, there’s hope for surviving your breakup and getting your ex back…if you want your ex back. That’s a decision you’ll need to make for yourself. On a side note, if you’re not familiar with Michael, but are curious how his “strategic program of texting” works, you can read about it in this Text Your Ex Back review from the popular review site, NewspaperCat.org.”
It always takes time to recover from a breakup. It takes time to get yourself back in order. It takes time for your ex to figure out his/her emotions. It takes time to figure out what went wrong, and the best course of action to fix it. When it comes to breakups, slow and steady definitely wins the race.
It’s critical not to rush. A breakup often leaves you so confused and upset that just figuring out how to feel better about life, your future, and yourself seems like a full-time job. When I feel this way, I’ve always found it helpful to write in a journal. Writing gives me an emotional release that is way more beneficial than letting my emotions control my thoughts and actions to the point they make everything worse.
A breakup doesn’t necessarily signal the end of a relationship. It’s more like the end of one chapter and the beginning of another. Just like most characters don’t disappear in a novel from one chapter to the next, your ex can still be a big part of your future chapters. There’s always hope of getting him or her back. It’s just a matter of learning the right strategies and methods to help you get there.