YOU GOT Q’S ABOUT YOUR EX, AND I’VE GOT A’S

Let's say you wanted my help. One-to-one. And pronto, for any number of reasons ..

Could be:

  1. You hear your ex is in a rebound relationship, so what now?
  2. You know some guy or girl is showing interest, will make their moves .. and you feel sudden urgency to do something about it..
  3. Maybe you are worried about some party or event you are going to tonight (it is Halloween after all) and maybe your ex will be there?
  4. Your ex contacted you and you don't know if to reply or ignore it, and what "message" either would send ..

There are so many possible complications. Makes your head spin if you'll let it.

By the way? I can tell you with almost certainty that whatever cause of action you'd take first would only make your situation worse.

Here's how to increase your chances I will help you

First, don't tell me your life story. I get a lot of emails. Do you think your email is going to be picked over the rest if it's obscenely long?

The shorter your email, the more likely it'll get read.

Don't write me a "wall of text" either, use paragraphs. Break it up.

Oh, keeping to the shorter theme.. don't tell me anything I don't need to know (I almost always need to know less than you think.)

Now …

The clearer you state your question, the more likely I'll consider replying.

Yes, consider. I did tell you I get a lot of emails?

Lastly, the more specific your question, the more likely my reply—if I send one—will help you.

Want to guarantee I'll reply?

Step up and become a "Breakup Dojo" member. Then you will get a reply. Sure, we won't be "pen pals" (there are limits — I'd still rather not have your life story..) but I will help you get ahead.

This option is not for everyone of course.

The "Breakup Dojo" is expensive.

It's only for people who want the convenience, peace of mind, and speed of having the right information they need, right when they need it.

The alternative is endless Google searching, and the flaky soul-searching routine. This will cost you in other ways .. if that's your preference.

For the serious:

BreakupDojo.com

Michael Fulmer