The Break Up Manual for Men by Andrew Ferebee EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Status: Available for Free Download
- Authors: Andrew Ferebee
- Publish Date: August 12, 2015
- Language: English
- Genre: Divorce
- Format: PDF / EPUB
- Size: 2 MB
- Pages: 67
- Price: Free
- ISBN: B013VPV02M
“Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t
resist them; that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let
things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.”
~ Lao Tzu
If the break up just happened recently, you need to cease all
contact with your ex right away, and that’s in person, phone
calls, texts, social media, email, everything.
Do not contact her or even look at any photos or videos of her
in any way shape or form for the next 90 days.
If you work together or share similar social circles, then do the
best you can to reduce or completely eliminate contact.
I wouldn’t recommend trying to be friends with your ex within
90 days. The emoons are sll too high, and it’s only going to
cause you more pain and prolong the recovery process.
Your priority is to get healthy emoonally, mentally, and
physically before you can even think about talking to your ex
You only make it harder for yourself; every me you do contact
her, it’s like pouring salt on an open wound. The wound is
trying to heal, but you keep opening it back up with every
aempt you make at contacng her, or by looking at old
photos or videos.
Begin the healing process by stopping all contact with her right
You Want Her Back
Aer a recent break up, the only thing we can oen think
about is “how to get her back?”
This is actually more scienfic than we normally thought.
Let me introduce you to a term called “Homeostasis”.
The reason for wanng her back so badly is because your mind
gets used to normalcy and complacency.
If you suddenly change something in your life, it goes into
And relaonships play a significant part in this homeostasis. A
break up shocks the enre system.
You can’t think, your head is spinning, you’re not sure what to
do. Your brain wants you to get back with that person, to
rebuild that homeostasis and return to normalcy.
I know you think that it may not be over, and that there is sll a
fighng chance at geng back with her. You shared many
inmate and vulnerable experiences with each other and there
is no way she can possibly ignore that, right?
The truth is, she is an ex for a reason.
Because the relaonship did not work.
And despite those inmate moments you shared, it was not
enough to overcome the fricon between the two of you.
The pain of breaking up outweighed the pain of staying
together in the relaonship and trying to make it work longer.
You are not compable with each other in the long term, and
that is why you are experiencing a break up.
She tried, and you tried, to make the relaonship work for
however long the duraon of the relaonship was, and that
was the aempt to make the relaonship work.
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