How To Get Your Ex Lover Back - Don't Get Over It, Get The Ex Back! AAA+++

How To Get Your Ex Lover Back - Don't Get Over It, Get The Ex Back! AAA+++

by Sharon Smith
     
 

The worst pain imaginable is having someone that you love tell you that they don’t want to see you anymore. I, personally, would rather have my legs amputated without anesthesia than go through this type of pain. It’s happened to me, it’s happened to you and just about anyone else who has ever been fortunate enough to fall in love.

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The worst pain imaginable is having someone that you love tell you that they don’t want to see you anymore. I, personally, would rather have my legs amputated without anesthesia than go through this type of pain. It’s happened to me, it’s happened to you and just about anyone else who has ever been fortunate enough to fall in love.

As you are sitting around with your heart feeling like it’s been ripped out of your chest and fried up with liver and bacon, like something Hannibal Lector would eat, people will be telling you the following:

キ You will get over it
キ He/She was no good for you
キ Time heals all wounds
キ Move on (my personal favorite)
キ It is his loss - you were way too good for him (or her, however the case may be).

These are all tried and true things that people say to try to make you feel better. Some people will be bold enough to start trash talking your ex lover and telling you how they never liked his ears, how he was always burping in front of people and how he made a play for them when he was drunk at last year’s Christmas party. This does not make you feel better. As a matter of fact, nothing that anyone says can make you feel better.

Let’s face it - your heart has been ripped out and trampled on. And no one can say anything to change that. Except me. I can tell you something that can make you feel better because I can tell you how to get your ex lover back.

The first time I tried this, I was 19 years old. I had a boyfriend who I liked but I could tell that his interest in me was waning. I immediately felt that this was because of the fact that I wouldn’t put out. But the truth of the matter was that I was too clingy. I began by liking him a little, started to like him a lot and started to show my feelings.

The more he pulled away, the more clingy I became. It really didn’t help matters that he lived across the street. It also didn’t help matters that his mother seemed to want us to get married and would often tell him what a great cook I was and how I helped my mother around the house. This was especially shocking because I was neither a great cook and never lifted a finger to help my mother. His mom liked me, though and I guess wanted to get her 20 year old son out of the house.

Anyway, I could feel him pulling away but seemed powerless to do anything about my clinginess, although I was smart enough to know, even at that young age, that it was driving him away. The night finally came where he said the fatal words - “We have to talk.”

I knew what was coming and, at that moment, decided to enact a plan to get him back. Even as he was giving me the axe, so to speak, I was thinking of a way to get my ex lover back. Technically, he was not my lover, I was good girl, but you get the point.

When he told me that he wanted to stop going out, I shrugged it off and said “okay, no biggie.” Inside, I felt like a he put a knife right through me, but I managed to keep my cool.

He was shocked. He had been so sure of the fact that I was clingy and needy (and I was, so he wasn’t wrong) that he was really taken aback. And said so. He then told me how he didn’t want to get married. I told him that that was not my intention, I was only 19 and had a lot of living to do. I then proceeded to get out of the car and walk to my door.

Before I could get to the door, he grabbed me and kissed me. This was odd, but I continued with my plan. I wasn’t sure how this was going to work, but I knew that whatever else happened, I still had my pride.

The next morning, I stayed home from work and spent the day throwing up and alternately looking out the window for his car. I was determined to get him back, but didn’t know how.

I made a few mistakes. I made myself too available at the house because I was friendly with his sister. He saw me there and I acted nervous when I saw him. I also visited with his mother. She was on my side. He seemed aloof.

Something interceded that helped me, although I didn’t know it at the time. I met another boyfriend. I started to go out with the other boyfriend and took my mind off of my ex lover across the street. One day, I was outside washing my car and he came over to chat. And low and behold, he asked me out on a date! I wasn’t even trying to get back with him at that point. I told him I was busy on the night he asked me out but could make it another time. Again, I acted unimpressed, but inside my heart was leaping. He asked me out for another night and I said “sure, I don’t care.”

We got back together. This time, I vowed not to act clingy or needy. The relationship did not last, but when we parted wa

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013945548
Publisher:
eBook
Publication date:
02/15/2012
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