It’s weird. So many people who sense their relationships are coming to an end (less sex, less time together, more irritable, less eager to please) work to push their relationship back together. They act aggressively loving, they’re all over their girl, they’re acting desperate – but all it does is annoy them. Ryan Hall’s Pull Your Ex Back is a pretty inexpensive system that reminds you that you need to find your own personal strength and appeal in order to regain your relationship.
If you’re feeling crushed by the emotional pain of your breakup, the Pull Your Ex Back system gives plenty of great advice on analyzing your relationship and getting to the root causes of your breakup – and it’s not always what you think! And once you know that, it makes it easier to heal emotionally. This book teaches the “Fast Forward” method – a compressed method to get to the calm emotional state you need to restore your value in your own mind.
Once you’ve done that, Hall says you can go forward – first, you build value in their minds and let them know that you’ve moved onwards and upwards. Then you work to “Pull” your ex back by building suspense in their minds about how you’ve recovered and what you’re doing now. After that, you invoke the feelings of passion and excitement they felt for you when the relationship first started, and finally, you take the steps needed to close the deal – and keep them addicted to you as you move forward.
I really enjoyed this one – if you find yourself attracting boyfriends or girlfriends and not really keeping them, this book can teach you a lot of the how’s and why’s of relationship follies and how to find the emotional strength that will keep your relationship on an even keel. It’s also pretty gender neutral, so both men and women should find plenty to like!