How to get your ex
back even if it seems
Made for people who have lost their other half
Written by: MC Rover
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common believe, it is in some cases the exact
opposite of what you think and feel you should do.
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Dear friend; losing a person close to you is devastating.
When I first lost my girlfriend it felt like the world around me
is going to collapse. She was my first love and I thought
that this couldn’t get any better. Every time I was with her
the world didn’t matter, she was my little princess.
I still remember that night; it was clouded, cold and raining.
I stayed home when she had a “ladies night” – this
happened now and then nothing to worry about I muttered
to myself. A few days later I found her acting weird. I
couldn’t quite put my finger on it, but my gut told me
something was very wrong. A week later she started to
avoid me, this only made matters worse as I finally snapped
and confronted her. The truth came out – she made out
with some guy – we stopped seeing each other. My world
came to a screeching holt.
For weeks I felt depressed, cold and alone. Needless to say
I was a mess. Even though I felt betrayed I still loved her
and tried to call her a couple of times a day, she didn’t even
returned my phone calls. I tried everything in my power to
show her that I have changed and become the person she
could spend her life with. The more I tried to communicate
with her the more dead-end responses I got. A feeling of
hopelessness sat in and I was at the point of giving up.
However, one day I was surfing the internet and stumbled
upon the magic of making up, I invested in it and was
shocked beyond disbelieve to discover that I have gone
very, very wrong. After reading the magic of making up
I learned that:
• Texting my ex will push her away – fast;
• Calling my ex multiple times a day shows neediness;
• Sending her flowers shows that I’m desperate;
• Telling her to get back with me telegraphs insecurity;
• I can convey desperation just by the sound of my voice;
• Writing letters to try to make her understand how I feel is
• Phoning her parents and try to convince them to talk
sense into her is a sure way to get ignored;
• Calling the new guy in her life and telling him to leave her
alone will instantly turn her against me;
After analyzing the magic of making up I formed a new
strategy to get my ex back. I no longer wished to call my ex
repeatedly but instead let her call me. I learned that I can’t
force her to love me – even though I wanted to. I needed to
get into a situation where my ex was persuing me. I needed
my ex to chase me instead of chasing her. I had to become
I decided that I was not going to sit at home all day moping
around. I got out of the house and started to go to the gym
again. In short I became the man she fell in love with in the
first place. In fact, when she called the next week I played
it cool. I told her that I was happy to hear from her, but
that I’m really busy and that we can talk in a week.
Next week came about and we had coffee. She apologized
for her behaviour and said that she made one of the biggest
mistakes of her life. I told her I was glad to have her back
but that it was going to take time and that I’m not going to
rush back into things.
Our relationship survived albit barely – but that doesn’t
matter as she is my little princess once again.
Go to the magic of making up to get your ex back before it’s
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