Here are simple interests to think about after the event of a breakup that will let you have a nice grip at life and love.
Men, like any other people, also experience breakups and heartaches. He can be turned down by people. He can also be ending a toxic relationship with someone. He can be alone. He can be unhappy. In whatever way it ends, men cannot deny the fact that they experience the pains and aches of breakups. There are a whole lot of reasons why they experience this and while we can just be aware of this, there is more to life than plunging in sadness, anxiety or alcohol. Continue reading →
For Just Keep The Change, 2012 has been a crazy year. Both readership and engagement have increased more than I could dream of and my passion for this project has never been greater.
As you may have noticed, the site has also been given a complete make-over. I have always wanted to make the reading experience of JKTC as pleasing as possible, and I feel like this iteration is a huge step closer to that goal.
But please do let me know what you think – we’re still tweaking some things to find the ideal balance.
To get back on track, here is my list of the top blog posts from JKTC of all time. The list is based on the popularity of the articles as well as the quality. Enjoy! Continue reading →
I have been working on an email course for the past few weeks for the guys out there who are having a hard time getting over their ex girlfriends.
In short, it’s a easy-to-follow system on getting over your ex. It consists of both guides on the most common and pressing problems related to break ups as well as success stories highlighting how some of my students have gotten over their ex’s – as well as what to avoid doing.
If you would like to finally get this part of your life handled, don’t hesitate to use either the form in the sidebar to the right or the form below this post.
Simply enter your email address and you will get the first lesson (out of 21 – so far) immediately.
I don’t know about you, but I’m pretty excited about this. And did I mention that it’s free?
The Most Underrated Way to Do Anything Is… To walk. Without a doubt.
I have taken some of the most difficult and important decisions in my life while walking.
I have fallen in love while walking.
Thrown away the day-to-day stress while walking.
Reached the stillness and peace needed for self-discovery and deep creativity while walking.
Reviewed whether or not I am where I want to be in my life – and what to do if I am not – while walking.
And gotten over lost love while walking.