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How To Get Your Ex Back

Insight From and Unexpected Source

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Sept. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- You might find this hard to believe, but there is a thriving internet subculture of websites devoted to offering guidance to those who wish to get back together with their ex. There are eBooks, love spells, psychic hotlines, articles, streaming audiobooks and even seminars. There are actually life coaches whose sole purpose is to help people to get back together with your ex.

By now you're probably wondering, if the relationship was so great, why did they breakup?  And if it was bad enough to breakup, then why would someone do a Google search to find help in getting back together?

The comedian Chris Rock once said that, when you're dating someone, for the first two months you are not really dating them.  You're dating their representative.  It takes at least two months before you find out who the real person is, possibly longer than that.

Taking that a step further, sooner or later all love relationships require sacrifice. And eventually, they will most likely requires sacrifices that seem like too much. It is at this point that a person must ask themselves whether or not the other person is really worth all the trouble.

Human Beings made it to the top of the food chain, in large part because of our innate ability to weigh the pros and cons of whether a decision is good or bad for our survival. But then the television replaced the campfire, as the place where our eyes took in a flickering light while we listened to stories. And we lost touch with our instincts and became more dependent on pop culture to tell us what we ought to want. The television told us what we are supposed to be and it told us what the measure of our worth was.  And we became very, very confused. 

So, since we're not really meeting in person and I'm just words on a screen to you right now, I would ask you to ask yourself one very simple question. Have you ever had a relationship end, only to later regret breaking up and wonder if maybe you would rather get back together? If so, you are in the majority. Now imagine for a moment you're me. For the past 25 or so years, you have been giving psychic readings to thousands of people.  And thousands of them have called to ask you if it was possible to get their ex back. Would you ever look at people or the world the same way again? Would you judge people, or would you come to appreciate just how fragile we all are, behind the mask we show the world – behind our "representative"?

A psychic is just someone whose intuition turns out to be true, more often than someone who is not a psychic. And so when people turn to me for help, at first I am often able to perceive things about their situation. Probably half of the time it is immediately clear to me that the person on the other end of the line needs to be gently let down. I have to explain to them that getting their ex back is either not possible or not going to bring them the happiness that they so desire.

But then there are those people who have listened to their own intuition. Deep down they know that the relationship ended before it really had a chance, or that for some reason it is not over. I find that what I have to say usually confirms what they already felt but were afraid to fully believe. One thing I do not do is to provide false hope. That would be cruel. There is a way to break the painful truth to someone which is compassionate and there is a way that is indifferent. I find it impossible to be intuitive and indifferent at the same time. So if there is still hope in the relationship, I sort of get excited for that person.

Most of the time what is required to bring a person back together with their ex is advice. And although each situation is different, they are also all remarkably the same. Here is one of the secrets: How you made that person feel is what drew them to you. How you are making them feel now, even if by no fault of your own, is the primary reason they don't want to have a renewed relationship. So if the love is still there, and that is a big IF, then I find it is often possible to reunite ex-lovers. Love, even suppressed love, is the common denominator. The rest is all the stuff that goes on in our heads. And activating the heart again can often overcome all of that.

I will discuss, in practical terms, more of the tried and true techniques and secrets to getting your ex back, in my upcoming program, appropriately entitled "Get Your Ex Back" in the coming weeks. I don't deal much with the psychic aspect of this. Rather I rely simply on years of experience in counseling countless people in this area successfully.

Finally I'll say one last thing. It is easy to judge a person who seems to be having a hard time letting a prior relationship go. Sometimes they are suffering from an unhealthy obsession and sometimes they are following a strong intuitive feeling. But in either case, the most loving response a friend or a family member can give is not judgment. Rather it is understanding. This does not mean you have to agree with that person. It just means you should reach into your heart and try to imagine it was you who was carrying such a heavy burden. How would you like to be treated, or understood, or misunderstood? We are all more fragile than we seem – and when we can learn to forgive others for being less than perfect, we can also forgive ourselves.

- Psychic Christopher Golden

www.Psychic90210.com

Media Contact: Psychic Christopher Golden, FEPO, (310) 598-3568, [email protected]

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