How to Get Over a Break-Up and Impress Your Ex


I’ve actually (finally) started writing more self-help based posts and books again. If I’ve been through it first hand, discussed it with friends over tea and researched the hell out of the current material out there I feel I have a lot of advice to offer you that actually works. I just wish someone would have written this article for me a few months ago so that I didn’t have to learn things the hard way however I am thankful I can provide you with some insight. The value in this for you is that I know exactly what you need to do to be successful in your endeavor and I know just as well how to ruin your chances. This was once a long article posted here but I have since published it into an ebook for the Kindle to make it easier to read and take along with you during hard times when you’re expected to play it cool, calm and creative. So feel free to purchase the inexpensive ebook and come along aboard the love train with me, keep your hands inside and your rings on tight. This is going to be bumpy ride.

This article is geared towards those of us in a serious relationship with, or married to, a man. If you’re interested in getting a woman back you’ll obviously need to go about things quite a bit differently but this advice could loosely be used to get a girl back as well since it’s mostly about helping yourself progress to attract your mate so feel free to replace all the ‘he and hims’ to ‘shes and hers.’ If you’re interested in revisiting a friendship just remove all of the romantic parts. This majority of the advice is great for getting over any break-up in a positive and successful way so feel free to make use of it as you please.

Want more advice?

If you’re looking for more ideas to save your relationship or marriage check out more of the Kindle books Miseducated will be releasing in the next few months. There will also be an actual relationship course that you can take alone but it would be best to take with your significant other. I promise to first subject my friends and eventually my significant other to the course so I can include helpful hints and extra valuable information along the way. You might say we’re still collecting inspiration so if you have a story about parting ways with or reconciling with your ex be sure to let us know all about it! Don’t worry, you can always remain anonymous.

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9 Comments

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    I am learning to let go. Joy and pain are inseparable. I recently took a 300 mile bike ride to try to reclaim my self determination and “get over her”, only to find myself using that new confidence and momentum to get back into her arms. It was wonderful. Now it’s horrible again. The lessons are mine. I am thankful. Happiness is not as important as truth. In fact, feeling like I need her to be happy, or need her for my own happiness is the very thing that is the sadness that drives us to conflict. The seperation that ensues doesn’t mean our connection is any less true, or real, or important. On the contrary, I feel better connected to everything by having faced my pain and denial and loathing. I’d not have known my best or worst self, had someone not been brave or rash enough to show me.
    There’s no ideal but now.
    Thanks for being!!!

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      I appreciate your honesty and I know just how you feel needing someone to be happy. I’m in a similar situation finding I feel I need my husband and daughter to feel whole. I wish I had all of the answers to happiness but it lies within you. When you feel truly happy by yourself is when you have made exceptional progress. Then those people and things you desire will be more likely to gravitate to you and stay leaving the complications of needing behind. <3

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        Once again, thank you. It’s been a lot to deal with and it’s good to talk about it. People need eachother. People need to be themselves to be people for eachother. We are more than our roles.. We create the world together.

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      Yes. Chances are they end for a reason and it’s time to move on. <3 ...but if you want to work on the things that caused issues in your relationship you might just realize you are good for each other.

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      Actually I did. When I wrote this I was hoping to work things out but by the time my ex came back to me (about 5 months later), as I suspected he would, I had already realized it was a very unhealthy (and sadly abusive) relationship and have finally moved on to a much more fulfilling one. <3 I'm planning another similar feature about moving on which another comment touched on above~ xo

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