Day: October 16, 2020

Should I Get Back With My Ex

Should I Get Back With My Ex? – 6 Relationship Experts Reveal Must-Know Insights To Consider Before Getting Back With Your Ex

Are you are attempting to get back together with an ex-partner? Why are reasons for doing so? Do you see yourself in the any of the thoughts in the list below:

-I don’t want to be alone

-I don’t think I can find someone else.

-My ex-partner needs me and can’t be alone.

-The grief is too much to bear.

-I don’t want anyone else to have my ex-partner.

-My partner has all the qualities I want to have in a partner.

Before you try to get back with your ex-boyfriend you need to understand why you want to be in the relationship.

How To Break Up With Someone You Love

How To Break Up With Someone You Love – 6 Relationship Experts Share Their Best Tips + Insights

You’ve given it all you’ve got. You’re tired of the disrespect, lack of being a priority, being used, ignored and/or the emotional, verbal or physical abuse. Your life force is draining out of you and your heart is broken. You spend more time sad and upset than peaceful and happy. Clearly, something has got to change.

You begin to recognize a voice inside of you is screaming for you to leave, but you can’t seem to take the next step.

What’s stopping you? Why are you allowing yourself to stay in something that is clearly not adding value to your life? What belief have you attached to that is not letting you go?

How To Love Again After a Broken Heart

How To Love Again After a Broken Heart – A Relationship Expert Reveals Her Best Tips + Insights

From my research and experience, a closed heart is not something we choose, it is something that happens. Oftentimes after a profound betrayal of trust, a mechanism inside of us is tripped causing us to believe the reason we were betrayed, hurt or abandoned is because we dared to love.

We blame our broken heart on our open heart and vow to never let another person hurt us again. We wall up and close down.

We continually attempt relationships from behind a barricade (closed heart) only peeking out occasionally to see if the coast is clear. We form the mindset: When I know for sure I am accepted then I will open up. Thus we withhold the secret ingredient needed for deep connection – an open heart/vulnerability.

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