Break Up and Divorce 7 Reasons Why You Should NOT Want Your Ex Back

7 Reasons Why You Should NOT Want Your Ex Back

The urge to get your ex back is strong.

Very strong. Almost throughout the whole recovery.

I remember back after my own breakup when I felt that getting her back would put everything in order again. Restore my perfect world, heal my terrible pain instantly.

In the first few weeks, I tried really hard to convince her to come back and give us another chance.

Unfortunately this was an illusion.

She wouldn’t give us another try, and today I know that even IF she had back then, it wouldn’t have worked out. Impossible.

Instead, I was forced to go through all the pain and suffering of being without her. But at the end of the road, I found something so profound – something so valuable – that it would affect my entire future life:


We HAVE to go through the pain, through the whole excruciating healing process, in order to heal, in order to deal with all our buried demons. We have to look into the deep abyss of our personality and find out who we really are.

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Only this will make us stronger and open the path to unconditional self-love.

My advice to you is to make yourself go along this painful path, and to NOT try to get your Ex back.

I know how this thought hurts, but it is something you have to face.

To help you with that decision, I wrote a small report some time ago that I want to now share with you for free.

It’s called:

“7 Reasons Why You Should NOT Want Your Ex Back”

In this report I list the most important reasons why I think that getting your Ex back is bad for you, and also the first 3 steps you should take to start your healing.

EDIT: The eBook is not available for free any more. You can get it by enrolling in my DETOX Course.

Your friend,
Eddie Corbano

  • Fitsum Getahun says:

    Very nice and helpful advice; tons of thanks

  • Hi Eddie,

    Thank you for all of this helpful information as I too am going through a painful break up and it shook me to my core. I have a question I have not seen posted here however. Did you EX every attempt to reconcile after leaving? Please advise. Thank you.

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