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.
Get her back? Or move on?
Note from Alex: This is taken from my ebook The Ex-Girlfrend Solution. It helps to lay the foundation for the rest of my teachings by discussing how getting over an ex before getting back together with her can actually be very beneficial to both you and her.
It is almost impossible for me to count the amount of guys I have spoken to about their ex-girlfriends over the years, but it sure is a lot. If I should do a recap, the theme that has occurred the most is this:
Girl dumps Guy, Guy is confused, Girl is equally confused so she keeps calling him, Guy misinterprets the calls and wants her back, Girl finds someone new and Guy is hurt all over again.
This happens very often, and it is a terrible situation. The situation has many variations, but it usually ends the same way. And the worst part of it all is that the man in this has absolutely no power and no control. The girl is in charge, and the man is left to be her marionette puppet.
Break up from a woman's perspective
Note from Alex: Today Katie will share a story on a break-up and a little lesson on how not to break-up….
There is a well-known episode of “Sex and the City” where the current boyfriend of Carrie Bradshaw (played by Sarah Jessica Parker) gets dumped by her boyfriend via a Post-It note. Continue reading