A lot of people get dumped and broken up with every single day of the year. Some take it well, others not so much, and then there are those people who have complete breakdowns after getting dumped by a partner who they felt deeply in love with. It is this last group that my heart really goes out to because I’ve been there and I know how hard it can be when it feels like you would give anything to get your ex back but your ex just isn’t having any of it.
The good news however is that there are now several new self-help products on the market that have been specifically designed to help folks who have just been dumped to keep their emotional balance steady and even in some cases use psychological principles to get their exes back into their lives.
One such program that has become quite popular is Ryan River’s Relationship Rewind system which promises to help readers climb on board a “time machine” of sorts that is said to help them return to the honeymoon stage of their relationships by exploiting certain psychological techniques. You can read a full Relationship Rewind review, but I wanted to share my opinion too, because I think that this is something that could really benefit a lot of people and something that the world should know about.
Another – called Brad Browning’s Ex Factor encourages people to incorporate a period of “no contact” which allows their ex-partners an opportunity to start to miss them, potentially leading to a reconciliation.
I think that the best thing about this new breed of self-help programs, and Relationship Rewind in particular is that they explain powerful, and sometimes somewhat complex terms into simple language that regular folks can understand. After all, when a person has just gone through a break-up the last thing that they want to do is to try to decipher all kinds of big words and vague concepts. And even if not everybody who follows a guide like is able to get their ex back at the very least everyone will be emotionally comforted and educated at the same time.