Note: Coach Lee Wilson was interviewed in a story by the New York Times regarding a poll/survey he did of married couples who were considering divorce prior and during the lockdowns of COVID-19. His first such poll was featured in USA Today. …
When people approach me as a relationship coach and ask for help in reuniting with their ex after a breakup, they almost always want to know what their odds are of getting their ex back.
They also want to know how often exes come back in general.
Usually, you don’t get your ex back right away or overnight.
Be sure to watch the video above as I explain the typical stages of getting back together with an ex after a breakup.
There aren’t magic words or special actions that will cause your ex to decide to…
To look for signs that your ex will eventually come back is perfectly natural and reasonable if you want to reunite with them.
This is especially true if you are using the No Contact Rule and are wondering if it is making an impact on your ex boyfriend or…
Well said Meghan, taking away choice is equally as wrong on both sides. People deserve to live the life they choose to live and to be allowed to pursue their dreams instead of forced into a way of life by a group or what is considered politically correct. Live your own life. For me, that means being a manly man. ;)
The No Contact Rule always works, even if it’s not how you want it to at first.
In this video, Coach Lee, explains how the No Contact Rule always works to achieve your real purpose — even if it doesn’t get your ex back. However, as Coach Lee very often explains, No Contact is your best bet to get your ex back and to reunite with him or her.
If you want a POWERFUL guide to get your ex back where I walk you through the process, get my Emergency Breakup Kit.
I truly wish you the best.
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Though less than 5% of the population could be clinically diagnosed as having “Narcissistic Personality Disorder,” if your ex or someone you think you want to be in a relationship with acts like a narcissist, why would you want to…
It’s quite a common thing for a coaching client to say casually to me that their ex has “narcissistic tendencies.”
Often times this is said as though they are simply describing the kind of fast food their ex likes.
“Oh by the way, she/he has narcissistic tendencies.”