My name is Michael Fulmer, and I fix troubled relationships for the recently single with clients from all over the world.
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A personal message from Michael Fulmer:
FACT: Couples Reunite; They Do Everyday!
While it is true that couples reunite (and they do everyday,) you really should ask yourself if this is the right goal for you and your ex.
Is it true you and your ex:
- had something worth saving; and
- are suitably compatible?
Please be honest with yourself.
There’s a lot of products out there that will tell you what to do, what not to do, why, and when; in order to maximise your chance of getting your ex back. Unfortunately, many people are all too quick to recommend them to you for a quick buck.
Don’t get me wrong. Really. I don’t necessarily have an issue with that. Certainly, some of those products are actually very good. My contention is this: have you given the decision itself enough thought? Should you even try to get your ex back? Otherwise, if you don’t truly know, you’re in danger of acting hastily. And sadly this is very likely due to the emotions you’re experiencing right now.
About 8 years ago I put together an emergency breakup plan of sorts because I knew people were being hasty. And among other things, I wanted to help my visitors take their next immediate steps; like whether it makes sense to undo a breakup and reunite, or whether to just get over the breakup, and move on.
And I still have that PDF somewhere on my harddrive. It was very popular!
But in 2015 I got serious and created a proper ex-back reconciliation program and much of the material from my emergency plan got merged over.
And now —2020— it is better than ever before.
But before we get to that, can I be frank?
Coping with Your Breakup is HARD
Yeah. Few things in life hit as hard as a breakup.
So I’m sorry to know this is what brings you here today. I would not dare doubt your pain for a second.
Important: If you are wondering what your chances of getting back together are, I have a sincere answer to that (just follow the link.)
With that out the way:
Some of the advice given to the recently “dumped” is misleading, wrong, or flat-out inappropriate.
Please be careful out there.
Some people grossly underestimate the pain of a breakup.
They have either forgotten the pain or live in denial from not moving on from their own “special someone.”
And other’s just want to convert your misery into money...
They’ll make bold claims you will be together again —“guaranteed”— thanks to some magical combination of words found in their eBook.
Sadly, your problem is just a niche to profit from.
So yes, be mindful of that. Though not paranoid! This is just how the world is. Not unique to undoing breakups. While I want you to be cautious, I must stress there are GOOD people and good products available, too.
Lot’s of people genuinely want to help.
Hopefully, with some effort, you will be able to tell the difference between the inconsiderate and those who will stand in your corner.
If reading these words prepares you well, then I’ve done my good deed for the day :-)
Lastly —before you jump in— please know no matter the words I use here, they will not perfectly describe the pain you are feeling. Some things can only be experienced. So I wanted to let you know I recognize this truth. And frankly, how sorry I am you are going through this.
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