A lot of women are going through a breakup right now, and all of their thoughts are focused on him. Just like you, they want to know what caused this breakup. Right now it might seem impossible to figure out the key to this problem, and you are wondering if you will ever solve this puzzle.
And of course, you can’t help thinking about the best moments of your relationship – walking and laughing together, going to the movies, kissing, giving presents to each other, making plans for the future. It makes you realize that he was a big part of your life, and now it seems lost forever.
Do any of the following questions look familiar to you?
– Why did he do it, why didn’t he at least try to fight for our relationship, why did he give up so fast?
– Maybe I am the problem, and it’s all my fault? Maybe I’m not good enough for him?
– What if he fell in love with someone else?
– What if he was pretending to be in love with me this whole time?
Believe me, you are not the first one to lose your sleep over these questions. Here’s the hard truth – crying doesn’t help. Weeping over a few romantic movies might help you decompress, but it won’t make you forget him, let alone bring him back, and seeing your puffy face in the mirror will only make you feel worse about yourself.
Self-deprecation and picking at your own flaws are akin to rubbing salt in the wound. Instead of crying, I suggest you read this book and focus on a detailed plan how to get your ex back.
Hi, my name is Nelli Gardens. I am a model, a fitness coach, and a writer. For the last few years, I’ve been traveling around the world with my fiancé. I enjoy cooking, fitness, yoga, reading classic and modern literature and learning foreign languages. I particularly enjoy helping people achieve their dreams.
Being happy is probably the most important thing in your life after being healthy. Everyone builds happiness on their own and we ourselves control our own destiny. Believe in yourself and you can achieve what you may first thought would be impossible.