Looking for a good read about relationships? Look no further.
When I became an author, and submersed myself in the world of self-improvement, it became clear which books had useful, innovative advice for women. With that in mind, here are the top ten books I repeatedly recommend to those trying to find healthy relationships and those trying to improve the ones they already have.
Confessions and insights from a man who gave a woman four chances.
First off, let me say that in all my years, there has never been an old girlfriend/wife that I’ve ever taken back, but one. My philosophy – tried it, it didn't work, move on. Then came my last girlfriend. We met in the fall of 2007. I was enamored from the first sight. Yes, I thought she was physically attractive, but her inner beauty glowed brighter than ten suns. I fell in love.
Not sure about no contact? Here's 4 reasons why you should use the no contact rule with an ex.
When trying to get your ex back, the no contact rule with an ex is an extremely integral part of the strategy. Many people don't realize this and often question, "Does The No Contact Rule Work?" What's worse is not knowing why the no contact rule works or why?
So here are four reasons why you should use the no contact rule with an ex in getting your ex girlfriend or boyfriend back.
1. Damage Control!
Does the no contact rule really work in getting an ex back? Read this article to learn the truth.
There's been a lot of discussion lately about break ups and getting an ex back. One topic that's quite popular is no contact or the no contact rule. Does the no contact rule really work in getting an ex back?
The question above is more complicated than a yes or no answer, and I will explain the truth to why that is. You see, there's a lot of information about this subject on the internet. Unfortunately, there's also a lot of bad information about this topic as well.
Read this before you make an irrational decision to call your ex and say, "Let's try again!"
For one reason or another, your relationship ended and like many people, you want him or her back. You want to get who you had back and you've got a good idea of how to accomplish this monumental task. Of course, the relevant question here should be "Should you try to get your ex back?" There are good reasons and there are bad reasons to get back together with someone. It's all about examining the cause of the breakup and the reasons behind your current urge to get back together with him or her.
Me and my ex boyfriend had been together for 3 years when things started changing (that's how I came across your article, trying to find out how to win your ex boyfriend back. At first it was me who was feeling the cracks - things like we didn't go out very often and we had fallen into a weekly routine which made it feel like the sparkle was missing from our relationship.
I have been in a relationship with my boyfriend for almost a year and a half. We fell in love instantly and very deeply, for both of us it was faster and deeper than before, and we both never loved anyone so much. I wanted to follow up on your how to get a guy back article, particularly about long distance stuff.
Me and my ex were inseperable for 6 years, we were crazy in love, lived together, tried on rings. We were part of each other's family, we considered ourselves a 'little practice family'. He found me when I was, more or less, homeless and kind of a loser. He invested in me, got me back on my feet, it was wonderful. I went back to college, got a full scholarship and have done phenomenally. We had planned to marry after college and went house shopping.
I have been in a relationship with my boyfriend for almost a year and a half. We fell in love instantly and very deeply, for both of us it was faster and deeper than before, and we both never loved anyone so much. It's over now, but based on your how to get an ex boyfriend back article I wanted some advice.
I read your article on how to get your ex boyfriend back. I would love some help if you have time.
My situation is a little different. I met an older man online through a website that we both had the same interest in four months ago. He's in his late 30s, I'm in my 20s. We started emailing generally for about a month then we caught each other online. The first few times we chatted for a couple hours and neither of us even usually chatted.
I'm having a bit of a hard time and I need some good advice and reassurance. Tuesday of this past week, my boyfriend and I were fine and all. Suddenly, we started arguing and then he said he wanted to break up because he is tired of being on a roller coaster, because we had been arguing and stuff for a couple months. We've been dating for almost a year and a half. We are juniors in high school.