The One Who Breaks Up Suffers More
We used to think that when a relationship ends, the partner who initiates the break up is the one who remains un-affected. This, however, isn’t necessarily true. In fact, studies show that while the person who is on the receiving end of the breakup is often negatively affected immediately following the breakup, the one who initiates the break up suffers a lot more after a while.
And if you are broken up now, especially if your ex boyfriend broke up with you, and you want him back, here are the good news for you; it is highly likely that after some time goes by your ex boyfriend will want to get back together with you!
He may not admit it, but the feeling of loss will start to haunt him, and even if he doesn’t have the clarity to identify why exactly he is suffering, he will experience pain from the loss of your relationship.
It will then be up to you to help him identify why he is hurting, and what to do to stop the pain.
Let me say it again; when he starts experiencing the pain of the break up, you will have the perfect opportunity to show him that YOU are the one he is missing so much!
There are ways to help him see clearly that you are the one he wants back, and I teach you how to go about it step by step on This Page>>>