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Here is what a few people are saying

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Thank you so much ! I gotta admit, you really are helping me and I keep reading over and over your emails as to memorize them as hard as I can.
Cant wait for tomorrow’s email

Thank you again 🙂
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i’m ok with the break up already… =] i’m totally focus on myself… i value my life more than ever
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I just want to say you’ve helped me a lot. I use to want my ex back but thanks to you it got me thinking how I really don’t need him in my life to be happy. You are a big help. Thank You for everything.

Love,
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  • Robb October 26, 2014, 5:03 am

    I have been obsessing over my ex fiancé for almost 2 yrs. Whenever I see her, if I smile and move along, she comes to me with an “excuse” to talk. As soon as I respond she withdraws and acts like I’m bugging her. If I start the conversation, same thing. Recently, I saw her with the guy she got with 2 weeks after we broke up. I just smiled and kept going but, 2 days later she emailed me. And then again 5 days later, and again after 5 more days. The emails were “excuses” and each time, as with before, as soon as I would respond a couple of times then she would withdraw. So I told her not to find excuses just to see if I would still respond to her, but if she wanted to talk about us then we should, and to please understand that I don’t want to be her backup plan. She denied they were excuses but eventually “conceded” by admitting that she has a history of doing that. I told her that since she is with the guy (12-13 yrs younger than her) that she chose to be with, then I am going to move on and it’s not a good idea for us to be friends, because it’s too hard for me to move on because I get my hopes up. So we exchanged a couple of laughs reviewed a couple of good memories and said goodbye. Since then, I noticed she was viewing my LinkedIn page. I can only assume that she’s been checking out my Facebook page too. My hopes are that she is honest with herself about how she feels, and asks me to talk so that I can help her to get over her fears about me and show her that I really do truly want to be with her and then I need her to help me by doing her part with me to learn how to communicate together. But I feel like the ball is in her court and I should probably consider that she isn’t going to find the courage to make the call and I desperately need to learn how to move on. I really got a lot out of reading all of your articles and I am also looking forward to the emails. Thank you so much for doing all of this and it has really helped me to find some sanity amidst all of the confusion.

    -Robb

  • Greg July 19, 2016, 9:46 pm

    Thanks

  • Bk September 5, 2017, 5:55 am

    Do you still have the list of 21 questions available? Thanks.

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