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Let Him See That You've Moved On

The last thing you want anyone thinking is that you are a desperate old nag. It is not good for your reputation and bad for your self esteem.

I promise you that if you chase your ex, you will feel very bad about yourself but if you hold your head high and do the walk, you'll eventually feel better.

But first you have to allow your emotions to pay the price instead of your self esteem.

What am I talking about here?

Well, the feelings that keep compelling you to re-attach yourself to someone whose attraction for you have diminished. The truth is that the attraction between the both of you went south. Well, for your ex, that is.

It is attraction that keeps people together - the magnet that draws and binds. Then beyond this are feelings of attachment that grows from experiencing things together.

So if you want to really "attract" the person who's wanting out, you cannot continue to operate from self hate. This person will smell desperation even in your energy if you are acting desperate.

Everything about you must shift from "low" to "high" energy. The sort of energy that I am talking about here has everything to do with the amount of focus you take off of this person and put on yourself.

The secret is taking the focus off of this person and putting it on you. Becoming a happier, successful, fun person without this person in your life.

You'll be amazed at what shifting from low energy like begging, pleading, nagging and complaining can do for your self esteem and your attraction potential.

Nicole Gayle is the Author of the e-book, What to Do When Your Partner Wants Out, - a guide to help you make your breakup work for you. Learn the secrets to becoming more attractive, happier, and secure. Go to for an instant download now.

Did Your Man Have the Breakup Talk?

Did your man have the talk about wanting to see other people or needing a break?

I've got news for you. He wants to break up because there is no longer any internal attraction.

The magnet that draws men and women together is the attraction of both the outer and the inner world. Many women use the outer world to try to hook a man. They do not understand that a man can hang around, sleep with them, love their company and STILL not think about even wanting a relationship.

Yikes! A huge wakeup call if you've been his regular sex partner. A huge blow if you're the kind of feminist who believes that sleeping with a man has nothing to do with being in love.

A man wants to feel attraction for a woman inside of him. He might get happy to look at externals but what really keeps him coming back for more is the strong attraction he feels for the woman he's with. This is called emotional attraction. That something about a woman that pushes him towards her.

So your man might have initially pushed himself towards you but the reason why he's moving away is because that initial attraction decreased. A man won't leave if his attraction feeling level is high.

But don't go feeling like an idiot by making yourself responsible for how a man feels. You must be yourself no matter what and if that means that he's no longer attracted to the person you have become, well so what?

Let him walk!

Nicole Gayle is the Author of the e-book, What to Do When Your Partner Wants Out, - a guide to help you make your breakup work for you. Learn the secrets to becoming more attractive, happier, and secure. Go to for an instant download now.

I Dare You To Believe That You Deserve Love

It takes a certain kind of faith, a certain type of will, a certain type of individual to really believe in love in the face of an uncertain situation like a breakup.

If you believe in the little things that make up a relationship and the big moments that comes with it, then you are right to believe that and surely the very things that you believe in will come.

But it may not come in the face who's walking out on you. It may not come in the voice that's telling you - you are unwanted. It may not come in the arms that reject you and it may not come in the dream of trying to hold a broken relationship together. But it will come.

It will come if you don't give up on you and it will come if you continue to believe in love, loyalty, fidelity, faith, purpose, passion. It will come if you believe that you deserve better, that you were born to experience a higher love, a constant love, a never ending love and a love that believes in the face of uncertainty.

This will come to you if you let go, if you begin to command self respect, if you stop begging, if you stop trying to get someone to love you, if you stop trying to reason with someone who no longer wants you.

It will surely come if you draw a line in the sand and say no more to mistreatment. It will surely come if you cut off the supply of belittlement. It will surely come if you grip the arms of failure and say that you will win inspite of it all.

It will come when you dare to believe in you.

Nicole Gayle is the Author of the e-book, What to Do When Your Partner Wants Out, - a guide to help you make your breakup work for you. Learn the secrets to becoming more attractive, happier, and secure. Go to for an instant download now

The Mistakes You Could Be Making While Dealing With Your Breakup

I've had the chance to help literally hundreds of people know how to handle a breakup based on my personal experience. My breakup was pretty UGLY - not to say that there are any pretty breakups.

You have the mutual breakups, breakups caused by betrayal like cheating or if you're faced with what I was faced with - a partner wanting out of the relationship.

Rejection is not something that is easy for humans to take. You've got to be pretty together to know how to handle a BAD and very messy breakup. You know the kind that goes in the mud where you and your partner are at such opposite ends that you can't imagine ever being with this person.

My breakup was sort of like that and more. Worst of all, it involved my two kids, ages 10 months and 5 at the time. Among other things, I was left on maternity benefits to fend for myself and needless to say that I was literally shaken with fear about my future.

So I did the worst form of disgraceful behavior possible, I appeased my husband and tolerated mountains upon mountains of disrespect because deep on the inside I had hoped that he would see the light and want to have our relationship and family back intact.

Are you making some very fatal mistakes right now dealing with your partner who wants out or with an EX? If you don't know what to you, you too may be viewed like the plague which will earn you even more disrespect and cause your partner to run for cover.

I've put together an e-book to help you know exactly what to do and how to react to a drifting partner or an EX. I want you to be armed with the right information to help you become more attractive, happier and secure. If these strategies worked for me, they can work for you.

Nicole Gayle is the Author of the e-book, What to Do When Your Partner Wants Out, - a guide to help you make your breakup work for you. Learn the secrets to becoming more attractive, happier, and secure.

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Men Don't Take Breaks, They Breakup

Did your man had the chat with you about needing to take a break while still telling you how much he loves you?

Are you wanting to believe that he really does and just needs time to figure things out?

Let me be very honest with you and decode what he means when he either texted you, sent you an email, called you on the phone or told you in person that he'll be busy, wants a break etc.

He means he wants to move on.

When a man's really into a woman, he won't take a break. He'll always want to be around her. If your man is taking a break from you, do not go into denial and hold out for him to change his mind. And under NO circumstance should you wait for him.

Women shouldn't wait for men. Men pursue women and try to win their attention. Men are made to chase, to fight, to go after you. So sitting and believing that your boyfriend really wants a break will cause you to hang on to a fantasy of him really wanting you. It's not so.

Please do not even utter the words by telling him that you'll wait for him or you'll fight for your relationship. These words will cause a man to immediately press the delete button in his mind about you forever.

The best way to deal with your boyfriend/husband wanting to take a break is to also take a break from him.

Then what you should do is to get a new hair cut, buy yourself some diva clothes, change your makeup and strut your stuff away from him so that he knows for sure that you are BIG enough to do life without him.

Nicole Gayle is the Author of the e-book, What to Do When Your Partner Wants Out, - a guide to help you make your breakup work for you. Learn the secrets to becoming more attractive, happier, and secure.
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Trying to Save Your Relationship

This article is written for all the women who are fighting to save their relationships. I want to tell you that I'm here for you but I want to let you know something else.

Women CAN be warriors, but we're not made for war.

You don't have to fight for love.

Men are made to fight, hunt, pursue, chase. This is how they are wired.

If you've made it clear to your man that you want to try again, that you want to save your relationship but he is not on the same page, put your sword down.

You are strong, brave and couragious for wanting to stick it out to the end. Those are qualities that are admirable. You have enough love to give.

Your man's lack of response is his way of telling you that he no longer deserves you.

Because of your unconditional love that doesn't quit, you need someone who can partner with you on that level, not wasting your time with someone who does not deserve you.

Be proud of your warrior heart but move forward and you will embrace a man who's a true king.
This man will appreciate you, love you, serve you, honor you, cherish you, and spend his life in partnership with you, giving you all of what you want.

Do not tolerate or settle for having someone who will give you only a piece of themselves. Quit fighting for your man and fight for yourself. This is the heart of a true Warrior Woman. She fights for her self-respect.

You deserve true love and I believe in you.

Nicole Gayle is the Author of the e-book, What to Do When Your Partner Wants Out, - a guide to help you make your breakup work for you. Learn the secrets to becoming more attractive, happier, and secure. Go to for an instant download now.

Breakup - I May Be a Fighter but I'm Not a Fool

If you've already had the "talk" with your drifting boyfriend/girlfriend, husband/wife, or your Ex about wanting to save your relationship, you'll need to read on to find out why you may be making some critical mistakes.

It's important to know the temperature of where you really are in your ability to influence your partner. Being a fighter is a good quality that is until it causes you to become a fool.

When you begin to make foolish decisions that will cause your partner to disconnect even further from you, you'll either get nasty or you'll try to appease.

Either of these choices won't get you what you want. You want a quality relationship with someone who can truly be committed.

When my husband wanted out, I became painfully foolish, enough to cause me to be on the verge of losing myself. I told him that I would fight for him and our family no matter what.

Does that sound familiar? Making an announcement like this will trigger your partner to begin an even greater disconnect from you.

Because healthy relationships are built when both parties are equals. If you're not on the same team, you can't win.

You can get on the same team as your partner by behaving exactly like him/her. When this happens, you'll start to agree with his/her position of your failing relationship.

You're thinking in your mind that this will cause you to lose even more. You may not want to let go but you'll be forced to and disgraced if you continue to announce that you're the fighter.

Getting on the same team will give you the advantage of actually looking like someone who has self respect. When you acknowledge your partners position, he/she will begin to respect you.

People like people who agree with them. Even if you're feeling the extreme opposite, it's wise to pull with your partner instead of against his/her decision.

Create the illusion that you're OK, then pull away. This technique will give your relationship room to breathe and your partner time to think about why you don't seem to be bothered that he/she wants to leave.

Do you know what it will do to your partner if you act as if he/she wanting to leave doesn't bother you? Your partner will clearly see that you won't lower yourself to being a foolish beggar and will give him/her more than enough to think about.

Nicole Gayle is the Author of the e-book, What to Do When Your Partner Wants Out, - a guide to help you make your breakup work for you. Learn the secrets to becoming more attractive, happier, and secure. for an instant download now.

Dealing With A Breakup

I've written over 50 articles on how to deal with a breakup and by far the number 1 mistake people often make is moving towards someone who wants to move away from them.

The emotional pull can be intoxicating. If you're here, you will have to bear down under the weight of your emotions which can cause you to make some fatal mistakes.

Pay the price to move away by doing whatever it takes to convert your energy into something else. This is called channeling.

Push your emotions into something other than working on trying to fix your relationship when the person you love wants to go.

Go with the flow and let them go.

This may not be what you want to hear. But do you know what happens when people fight? When we fight against something, it gives it more negative energy and putting negative energy into fixing your relationship is not the way to go.

Instead, put your pain into something that can cause you to be transformed into a brand new person and you will gain the sort of self respect that will cause you to reinvent your persona and become the person you're meant to be because of your pending breakup.

This always works.

Nicole Gayle is the author of the e-book, What to Do When Your Partner Wants Out, written to help you make your breakup work for you. Get it now at

How To Pull Someone Towards You

If you've understand the dynamics of balance of how relationships work, then you will know that in order to get somone away from you who do not desire to be with you, you press towards them.

When you press towards someone who no longer wants to be in a relationship, there is a stifling of free will that would cause a relationship to naturally blossom.

However, if you want to pull someone towards you, you press away from them. Moving away is what creates enough friction and free will to fling the person in your direction.

But this does not mean this will always happen. It is the best strategy however, much more full of integrity than crying, whining, manipulation or blatant disrespect.

Using the concept that humans want what humans can't have, you will see that when something is valued, it is hard to come by.

If you want to create value, you need to move away from your Ex or drifting partner until he/she willingly desire to have a relationship with you.

This moving away also creates a number of opportunities for you, in that, it may and more than likely will cause you to grow into a deeper self, what I call reinvention.

The person of who you are while involved in your relationship was not able to draw or sustain a connection so in order to form a new connection, you need to become a better "YOU."

But be careful that this is not done to make someone love you but pursuing true self love which is the only healthy foundation to build a relationship on.

Start by growing into a deeper and more whole individual by choosing to let go of trying to change someone or make them want you. Do whatever it takes to achieve true personal and spiritual growth by evaluating who you are now and what you need to do to change into a new "YOU."

First stop, go to your local library or bookstore and pick up a book on personal growth. Read it and apply it to your life and begin to grow into a strong person who can form and create true lasting relationships.

Nicole Gayle is the author of the e-book, What to Do When Your Partner Wants Out - written to help you make your breakup work for you. Get it now at

Did Your Man Leave Your For Ugly?

There's the Good, Bad and Ugly in the world of Hollywood movies but when it comes to relationships, you have the good, very bad, and dreadfully ugly.

If you're the good woman, then let me ask you a question. Did you suffer a horrific type of betrayal that you didn't see coming? - the kind that hit you like a tornado and has left you to feel like road kill?

Are you wondering if you'll ever be happy again and trying to get your man back in order to make him want to have a relationship with you again?

If you were cheated on then dumped, you may be experiencing shock, depression, loss of appetite, and desperately want to reconnect with your almost Ex. You probably can't see your way out.

But here's the hardest pill to shallow. Did your man leave you for an "Ugly" - meaning a low class call girl type who doesn't have a life, drive, ambition also used to being a friend with benefits that by the time your man got to her he was her number 200?

If so, why are you trying to get your man to come back to you after he's left you for "Ugly?"
He's already shown you that he prefers to be with an "Ugly" and that he had to go down low in order to push himself up. He's telling you that he doesn't deserve you and he would rather be with someone who he can feel powerful with.

When some men leave good women, they have to go down "low" in order to appease their guilt of abandonment because the low will be the doormat that he can do anything and get away with.

This sort of person will make him feel like a god because she doesn't even respects herself to think about the feelings of others. All she wants is him and all he needs is her.

Stop trying to chase after your man to try to convince him to have the emotional intelligence to cherish a beautiful person like yourself and let him and the "Ugly" stay together because they deserve each other.

Learned how I rose up from being shattered by the act of betrayal to an "Ugly" and became happier, more attractive and secure.

Nicole Gayle is the author of the e-book, What to Do When Your Partner Wants Out, - a guide to help you make your breakup work for you. Learn the secrets to becoming more attractive, happier, and secure. Go to for an instant download now.

When the Dust Settles After a Breakup

Breaking up is hard to do and it's not just a cliché. It's gut wrenching, depressing, and emotionally draining. If you add the financial ramifications of a split, we're talking about a never to be forgotten life changing experience.

I've been there and that's why I want to help you.

It's difficult to see your way when the wind is blowing the dust all around you. It's like being in a sandstorm except it is your very real life, your feelings, your family and your future.

So this is why it is critical to make decisions, not based on your present circumstances, but based on facts. You may have heard it before, read about it, searched online looking for answers about what to do.

The reality is that you need to contain your inner world in order for you not to have a complete meltdown. How good you become in containing your inner world will tell you how you will fair in the face of a breakup. If you do not do what it takes to get grounded on the inside, you will continue to live in turmoil.

When the dust settles, you want to come out ahead, meaning happier, healthier and prosperous.
Even though my breakup was the most shocking and devastating experience of my life, I can say that I am happier because now that the dust has settled, I've fallen in love with me.

I followed some key strategies that worked. Want to know how I did it, check out my website and e-book below.

I value your feedback, if you have a comments or suggestions, post it here or send an email to

Nicole Gayle is the author of the e-book, What to Do When Your Partner Wants Out, - a guide to help you make your breakup work for you. Learn the secrets to becoming more attractive, happier, and secure. Go to for an instant download now.

Are You Fighting For Your Man?

If your man has left you or wants to leave, you’re more than likely feeling utterly devastated. You wanted your relationship to last and may be looking for a number of ways to get him back.

But before you continue trying to get someone to love you, I want to help you understand male psychology.

I am not a man, but I have been through a shocking and devastating breakup that left me feeling like road kill and there are secrets that you need to know about how men work in relationships and particularly when it comes to wanting out.

When you don’t understand these secrets, you will become like someone who a man wants to put a restraining order against.

I know you don’t think your man is like that, but first let me tell you although you were together and you thought of him as your boyfriend or husband, he’s first and foremost “male.”

And he’ll instinctly respond in certain ways when it comes to relationships. As a woman, you may have not taken the time to understand this on a much deeper level because you’ve been used to being around each other and have gotten used to the way he responds.

But in the world of male psychology, a woman should never fight for a man. It wont make sense to you as a woman because we are wired to nurture and care for others and we think that trying to convince a man equates to caring. This won’t work for you.

Have you seen how plenty of women once they get into a relationship try to change the man they are with? Well, men secretly fear this. They actually don’t want women to change them. In the world of male speak, female nagging will only cause male rebellion.

And this is why your man is pulling further and further away from you. When men feel unwanted pressure, they self-preserve in order to keep their power. This is why the need to get away from you is even stronger.

So trying to convince him to love you will do more harm than good. When he hears you, he’ll feel the need to bolt as this is a sign that you’re still trying to “change” him.

Nicole Gayle is the author of the e-book, What to Do When Your Partner Wants Out - written to help you make your breakup work for you. Get your confidence back now. Instant download at

Your Ex or Soon to Be Ex and Your Connection

Your Ex or soon to be feels done with you.

You don’t feel done so you want to keep your relationship in the undone phase. But there’s a reason why it’s come to where it is now.

Let me explain wiring. Wiring is a connection that you made with your partner when you decided to be in a relationship together.

When the relationship is broke, wires have a way of not being able to connect to each other. There’s a shortage somewhere.

Re-wiring is what needs to happen within you or what I like to call reinvention. See your signals will be crossed if you don’t reinvent yourself. Meaning, digging deep beyond the brokenness of your relationship to figure out why you are apart of something broken.

You cannot build a relationship until your internal signals are re-aligned so forget about trying to re-connect with your drifting partner or Ex based on your previous connection with him/her.

It won’t work. There’s an independent “you” and a relationship “you” – who you are on your own and what you’re like in a relationship.

You’ve got to figure out how to detach the relationship “you” from your present relationship in order to work on the independent “you”

Are you following me?

In my e-book I talk about reinvention. When this happens you have a whole new vibration and your signal may no longer point to your Ex or you may send the right signal to re-attract him/her back into a relationship with you.

A funny thing happens when you grow beyond begging, it’s called self respect. Your internal re-alignment begins with a decision to stand up for “you.”

Nicole Gayle is the author of the e-book, What to Do When Your Partner Wants Out, - learn how to be strong, beautiful, and make your breakup work for you.

I'm Trying To Attract My Ex Back

Are you wondering what you seem to be doing wrong when it comes to getting your Ex back? There has been a lot of talk about the law of attraction, but is it working for you?

Let me help you understand what went wrong inside the mind of the relationship with your Ex.

The first law that attracted you and your Ex together is the law of respect. I bet you don't think respect has anything to do with your attraction. You're probably thinking that you found your Ex physically attractive, interesting, and liked certain attributes about him/her and that's why you wanted to get to know him/her.

But the law of respect has everything to do with how your relationship began and how it ended. Think about it: You're attracted to certain types of people because there's something about them that you admire - certain physical attributes or a attitude that pull you towards them.

When your relationship began, you may have seen each other regularly, talked consistently, did things that caused you to build a deeper bond, etc. Essentially, you placed each other first and made meeting each other's needs your number one priority.

But as your relationship progressed, the initial excitement of your relationship tapered off and something chipped away at the foundation of respect. Now you find yourself trying to get your Ex to want you when this choice was made freely when your relationship began.

And if you continue to manipulate the flow of attraction between you, you will continue to lose the respect of your Ex.

Hanging on, begging, chasing, promising to change, neediness, being clingy and insecure is fatal. These types of behaviors will cause your Ex to disrespect you. Remember in order for attraction to happen, there has to be respect.

And having respect for yourself is where it's at. If your Ex knows that you'd do anything to have him/her or that you desperately want your relationship back, there will not be enough respect to build attraction and trying to mentally draw your Ex in won't work because you don't have respect for yourself first.

You pull towards you what you already have inside. If you don't love yourself enough to leave your Ex alone, then no one will love you enough to want to be with you.

Nicole Gayle is the author of the e-book, What to Do When Your Partner Wants Out, - a guide to help you make your breakup work for you. Learn the secrets to becoming more attractive, happier, and secure. Go to for an instant download now.

Stop Chasing Your Ex and He May Chase You

There's something called dumpee's self pity. It causes lack of common sense and makes people act out of desperation.

If you've been dumped and you are feeling like no one will ever want you again, you'll do anything to get your boyfriend back.

And that's why your cycle of self pity is pushing you further and further in the hole. You are causing your boyfriend to mistreat you by not having enough guts to stand up for yourself.
When you continue to beg your boyfriend to want you or act like your life hangs on his every word, you'll bring out the worse in him.

First, he'll act like you were rolling around with the pigs and look on you with repulsion.
Then, the worse will come out of him because he's responding to your worst "self" - the beggar in the hole. He's just mirroring back what he sees.

Next, he may take what he can get or just plain run away, even further from you.
And finally, the worst, he'll permanently put up a sign that says, "All crazy Ex girlfriends are prohibitted."

Chasing your boyfriend isn't working for you and it won't work for you because you're acting in an unattractive, undesirable way.

If you become the kind of woman who'll have enough confidence to stand on your own, then you might have a chance of getting him back.

But why should you have to be the one who has to do all the work to have someone want you? That must be kind of tiring?

Why not create the sort of confidence that will cause a real man to sweep you off your feet?

Nicole Gayle is the Author of the e-book, What to Do When Your Partner Wants Out, - a guide to help you make your breakup work for you. Learn the secrets to becoming more attractive, happier, and secure. Go to for an instant download now

Facing a breakup? How To Know When It's Really Over

When a relationship breaks up, there's a way to tell if it's really over. The person who leaves is the one who determines the fate of the relationship. What you need to understand as the person who was dumped is that you have more power than you think. Rejection is never easy but it is what you do with it that will make all of the difference in the world.

Walker #1

If your partner walked out on you because he/she's had enough of putting up with some very specific behaviors that have been talked about over and over again, this person truly loves you but have come to the end of their rope and is only trying to get you to wake up to see that something needs to change. This kind of walker does not want to throw the whole relationship away but is creating a crisis in order for things to change. If you are willing to get the message, then this person is still willing to do whatever it takes to make the relationship work.

Walker #2

But if your partner walks away, unwilling to make things work, does not want to go to counselling, take classes, read books on strengthening your relationship, then this person is DONE and has a plaque with "It's over!" on the wall in their mind.

This is the kind of walker who already has plans about starting a new life with someone else or already has. This person has had their exit strategy for a long time, felt trapped, no longer loves you, is prepared to shut down everything that you do to try to save the relationship, and gave up on you a long time ago. There's no "US" in this person's mind because he/she has already checked out.

As the songs goes, "You've got to know when to hold em and when to fold em." If you're dealing with walker #2, the most extreme action you can take is to cut them off and move on with your life - NOW.

This is not easy but will help you create the level of respect that may cause your partner to seriously regret ever leaving you.

Nicole Gayle is the Author of the e-book, "What to Do When Your Partner Wants Out," - for people who want to learn the secrets to becoming more attractive, happier, and secure. If this describes you, get an instant download at

Still Want Your EX Back?

Here's the motto of disrespect: "Walk all over me and I'll still love you for it!"

Question: "How do you get up off of the floor after you've been laying there for a long time?"

Answer: "You fall in love with YOU!"

The roots of disrespect comes from a lack of self love. In order for someone to disrespect you, you must first give them the permission. Permission comes when you do not love yourself enough to demand more. When you love, beautiful sexy you, you will find that you have the courage to draw the line. If your EX dares to cross that line then you will take the necessary actions to protect your turf.

So today I want to help you if you can't seem to get to the place of true and abiding self love. It starts by accepting that you are worthy of love. You must replace the script of self hate that was planted in you. You are chasing your EX or trying to get a man/woman to love you because you are operating from your "self hate" scripts.

Confidence is sexy and attractive and I know you want to get there. But you must no longer give your power away to someone who will continue to steal it from you even when you are not handing it over.

You have the strength to begin to love your self and leave your EX alone. Today I want you to start to tell yourself, even if you don't feel or believe it, that you are worthy of true love. Your words will shape your thoughts and your thoughts will shape your feelings.

For once in your life, stand up for you!

Nicole Gayle is the Author of the e-book, "What to Do When Your Partner Wants Out," - this e-book is not for everyone, it is for people who want to learn the secrets to becoming more attractive, happier, and secure. If this describes you, go to for an instant download.

True Happiness Starts Within

When it comes to your breakup or marriage crisis, happiness maybe the last thing on your mind. Our culture teaches us that by and large, happiness is based on being in a relationship with someone who makes us feel good. So we have a huge majority of individuals leaving decent relationship in pursuit of happiness. We often believe that the grass is always greener on the other side.

What they fail to include is that true happiness starts from within. More than likely, your partner does not have true happiness within which has nothing to do with you. If you don't agree, take a look at your partners behavior and see how he/she responds to you during and/or after the breakup. Happy people don't blame other people for not being happy, they don't cheat on other people, they are not abusive, bitter, resentful, selfish, nor self centered. Happy people are kind and at peace with themselves. When you "get" what I'm saying here, you will have no time to take all of the blame for the breakup.

It works like this: As human beings, we are creators. The chair that you are sitting on came from an idea. The person who invented the chair found the proper parts to put it together so that we can actually "see" what he was thinking all along. In fact, the chair came from within the creator, the chair was not outside of him.

This is a basic example, but when you are able to fully understand this principle, it will change your life. You will see that you have within you the ability to create anything that you wish to manifest into reality and that nothing on the outside can control how you feel.

Our thoughts are actually creating our feelings but we have control over our thoughts and we are able to shape our thoughts by what we say out loud.

You may be facing the most difficult crisis in your life but it is worth it to create the level of happiness that you want and it is not based on what your partner or EX does. It is what you do that counts. Get happy right now. When you are able to do so, everything in your life will elevate itself to the level that you have grown to.

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How to emotionally divorce your EX or drifting partner

Attachments are usually formed when there are positive emotions between two lovers but when a relationship is in crisis or a partner has left, it is important to know how to cope with negative emotions.

The best coping strategy is counterintuitive. Your emotions will want to hold on inspite of what you may hear or see. Faced with the truth, you may try to protect "what you have" by reacting from panic but this rarely works. Reacting from shock and panic will cause you to lose your power.

The news of someone leaving or the sight of a drifting partner will cause an imbalance of power in the relationship. Power imbalances in relationships are unhealthy and can only lead to dysfunction.

When you choose to emotionally divorce your EX or drifting partner you cut him/her off from your emotions so that you do not keep bleeding. If you keep the attachment, you are holding onto a fantasy which will only cause you more pain because of unmet needs. More than likely you are holding your partner responsible for your happiness and no one can make you happy but YOU.

Begin by setting up boundaries for yourself and cut yourself off from the dead energy that is causing you so much pain. When I decided to also emotionally check out, I just did not care anymore and this attitude helped me a great deal to becoming the best woman I have ever been. I thought I had true love but I did not. True love is the ability to love yourself enough to not settle for someone who does not deserve you.

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Just Breakup? Why You Need to Leave Your EX alone

You may be ranting and raving about how utterly selfish, cold and/or calculating your partner was when he wanted out of your relationship and there may be a lot of truth to your side of the story. When people feel trapped, they will often make very selfish and self centered decisions by placing their needs before the needs of anyone else.

Take that as a hint that you need to put your own needs first by leaving your EX alone. Rejection is never easy and begging for a second chance is hateful and disgraceful to your own soul.

Here are some reasons why you need to leave your partner alone:

1.You don't have the right to violate someone else's will. In other words, if you manipulate, there will be consequences.

2.It is clear that your relationship is broken. Accept truth and refuse to live in denial.

3.Your relationship was probably not all you're thinking it was. If you really pull back, you'll see
that more than likely you weren't happy either.

4.If your partner left you for someone else, then you shouldn't betray yourself by wanting him back.

5.You did not have true love, if it was, it would last.

6.Your partner most likely was not the right person for you to begin with no matter how long you were together.

7.Chasing your EX is a dysfunctional behavior. 8.He already knows you want him back and he doesn't care.

9.You can take responsibility for living a great life.

10.You are better than that and you deserve more.

Aside from all of the above, you need to heal and this takes time. A breakup is much like a loss and you will go through the stages of grieving over what you had and what you lost. Everyone deals with loss in their own way but it if said that it can take up to 18 months to totally flush it out of your system.

Surround yourself with family and friends to help you through this difficult time as well as get yourself some personal counseling. Healing is about detachment. When you are able to detach and disconnect, the longing you are feeling for your EX will be gone. When this happens, you will feel like you want to climb Mount Everest. I've been there and now I feel so much sexier than I've ever felt in my entire life.

Good riddance!

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Learning how to detach

It took some time for you to form an emotional attachment and bond to your partner. Now that you may be facing the end of your relationship or it's already ended, you'll need to know what to do in order feel empowered. Your Power is in your ability to detach.

When you are attached, your emotions are involved and usually our emotions serve us in many great ways. But having to deal with a breakup is difficult and your emotions will want to react from the patterns that you learned in your relationship.

I didn't realize how much I depended on my ex-husband emotionally until he left. When we were together, I would consult him before making many decisions. After he left, I no longer had a partner with whom to make decisions.

When you detach, you literally have to deal with it like dealing with a withdrawal from a substance. You will have symptoms like thinking about him/her all day long, appeasing, wishing you were still together, hoping that your partner still finds you attractive, or finding reasons to stay in touch. But the more you hang on, the worse you will feel because your relationship no longer supports your emotional world.

Detach by cutting contact with your drifting partner or ex and allow your emotions to pay the price instead of your self esteem. If you continue to give into your feelings by trying to convince someone to be with you, you will end up eventually losing yourself completely. If you are continually rejected, it will cause you to feel like nothing.

Pull back until you're able to function without the emotional validation of your partner while seeking the support and guidance from people who love and care about your well-being. When you give yourself time for this to take place, you will begin to feel empowered and more secure.

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You Can’t Make Your Partner Stay by Begging

Facing a breakup feels devastating. I’ve been there. You have feelings of loss, fear, hopelessness along with feeling like you’ve failed. My husband wanted out of our marriage of 8 years when our second child was only 10 months old.

I was completely caught off guard. I thought we had alot going for us. We had even began trying for a third child. I begged him to stay, change his mind, rethink, go to counseling. All of the classic groveling techniques that only rendered me even more powerless in the face of rejection.

My pregnancy was very difficult and after our son was born, I couldn’t walk. I had a dislocated pelvis which sometimes happens to women during pregnancy. I was also on maternity benefits – not much to survive on as I was faced with being a single parent.

I told him to go after three weeks of writing love letters, chasing him, trying to get him to think about our family because he was determined to go.

Strangely enough, I was ok with him gone until a bombshell confession. I learned that he began seeing a woman only three weeks after leaving.

I felt destroyed because he had promised me that he just felt that he needed to go because he was not happy and that he was not seeing anyone nor had anyone in mind, so I believed him and respected his need to go figure things out.

This made me feel so dishonored and disrespected as a woman and brought me into a vicious dysfunctional roller coaster and I would go back and forth with desiring for us to be together and would do so even after what I thought was an “innocent mistake.”

But love can only be built on foundations like honesty, integrity, trust, truth, and shared values. If you have been faced with a breakup, know that you deserve more than begging and you deserve someone who will love you with all of the passion and truth that you were born to experience.

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What To Do When You're Facing A Breakup

My breakup was BAD – I mean bad and real ugly. I didn’t see it coming. As a matter of fact, I had gone through a pretty bad pregnancy and gave birth to my second child. By the time he was born, I couldn’t even walk for about a month because I was in so much pain from a dislocated pelvis.

Being off work and having my second child, I was receiving maternity benefits – barely anything to live off of. When my son was 10 months, my husband told me he wanted out.

Can you imagine what that’s like? Having a 10 old month baby, a daughter who just turned 5 and facing being a single parent?

I was shocked and horrified and extremely devastated. I couldn’t eat for days. My fear of being faced with being a single income parent and the future of my children caused me to beg him for weeks to reconsider, but to no avail. I tried to convince him to change his mind, asked for us to go to counseling, went to the library to get books to help us, showed him what the stats are on kids and divorce, promise I would do whatever it took to make him happy, dropped all what I was doing to give him my full and undivided attention but nothing worked.

Why? I didn’t realize then that trying to go against the will of someone actually trigger them to move away from you even further. Begging is repulsive and unattractive. I thought that I was doing the right thing to want to save my marriage at all cost. I didn’t want a broken family.

What I should have done when I heard the news was to immediately book a trip and take a vacation alone to sort out what my life would be after this kind of shock. This sort of behavior – moving away from someone who wants to move away from you – is what actually works to build one’s confidence and self respect after hearing this kind of news and in some relationships pulls the drifting partner back in.

You have to mirror your partner’s behavior. No trapping. Your attitude must be, “Whatever you want to do, do it.” If he/she wants to move out of your home, let go. If he/she wants a divorce, be the first to file. If he/she wants to see other people, start going out on dates. Do exactly what your partner wants to do and it will reveal to you the truth of what is really in your partner’s heart. It will also cause you to take the high road instead of living like a beggar on the streets – begging someone to love you.

Your conscious mind won’t be able to wrap itself around this but it’s what you actually need to force yourself to do. There’s no guarantee that you will save your relationship but because I’ve been there, I know that if you continue begging you could lose yourself.

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What I learned from my Marriage Breakup Part 1

After processing my marriage breakup - which was a really bad and ugly one that so floored me I literally thought I would go under - I came to realize a number of things. The marriage that I tried to save for months was what I used to DEFINE me.

See buried within my subconscious were the feelings of inferiority and low self worth. These scripts were planted inside by events that happened in my childhood. When I met my ex-husband, I was really arrogant but deep within, I didn't believe that I was worthy of unconditional love and I think on some level I carried this with me for years.

So when he wanted out of the marriage, all of my fears of being unworthy came to the surface which made me pursue him and did everything to try to save the marriage. I acted like a complete doormat by begging, whining, trying to convince him to change his mind, appeasing, wrote letters - it was pitiful to say the least. The breakup was a wakeup in that it revealed my need to learn to love myself in an unconditional way.

Looking back, I am completely ashamed of my actions because now I know that I do not derserve someone who cannot love me - I deserve better.

You may be right where I was and I hope that you will come to understand that true self love and respect is the key to breaking the chains of begging. You were born for greatness and you deserve someone who will love you and never let you go.

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How To Shock Your EX

There’s nothing sweeter than earning a certain level of success then having your EX hear how well you are doing. Especially if you were the one who was dumped. It just rocks!

When you were together, family and friends knew you as a couple. Whatever you achieved together, you both got credit for. But now you have a whole new identity – you.

I nag quit a bit in my articles. One of my pet peeve is knowing that people are doing desperate acts to try and get someone to love them. A breakup can be so devastating that it can cause you to act like a disgraceful beggar. But when you are able to get some common sense, you will understand that you were not born to beg.

The way to transform yourself is to focus on rebuilding your damaged self esteem. Getting dumped does a lot of damage to one’s self-confidence. When you fall in love with yourself, you will be a brand new person.

Come up with a plan on how you will do this. For me, it was signing up for all sorts of activities at my local parks and recreation department and pursuing personal growth. I took everything from salsa to co-ed sports and read tones of books. Every time I would leave my classes, I felt like I’m on fire.

Getting out may not be something that you feel like doing, but the alternate is to sit at home and waste away. Start by creating a lifestyle much different from the one you used to have. Set up healthy boundaries between you and your EX like not calling or trying to be friends. There’s no such thing as being friends with someone who dumps you.

Then follow your dreams. What are your passion and goals? Begin with an idea, thought, hobby and build from there.

Maybe you want to work harder at your job to get a promotion or you’ve always wanted to lose weight or own your own home. Anything is possible.

Do not ever let a breakup define you. You must be the master of your own life and the captain of your ship. If you want to learn how to rise from beggar to success, read my e-book, “What to Do When Your Partner Wants Out.” – written to help you soar!

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Does your partner want to leave you?

You’re probably looking for just the right words to say to your partner who wants to walk out the door. Your emotions will fight to try to save your relationship but there’s one word that you can say to your partner that will help you the most, it is the word, “See Ya!”

In human relationships trapping and manipulation will cause rebellion. Give your partner the best antidote by telling him/her to go and be happy.

I’ve referred to the movie, “The pursuit of Happyness” in one of my articles before. The brilliant scene is when the main character’s wife was so unhappy and critical of him that she wanted to leave town. His answer, “Go and be happy.” In other words, if you don’t want me or what we have, then whatever! Your loss not mine.

This kind of confidence will shake even the most determine drifting partner to the core. When you can stand completely unshaken by their desire to live their life without you, it kinda has to make em wonder what they meant to you all along.

And this is good. This person needs to wonder for a very long time what you are truly made of. If you get yourself together, get a different career, buy yourself a new place or achieve a certain level of success soon after he/she leaves you, then you’re the one who will laughin'.

A needy attitude will cause you to appear weak. Weakness is pitied, strength is admired. Stand up for yourself and tell your partner that you want more than someone who can’t love you back. You want true love and commitment and you are not willing to settle.

Tell em to go – say something like, “Go and do whatever your hearts desire because I'm going to live a great life without you.”

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Using your sense of humor to deal with your breakup

There’s no doubt that a breakup is difficult. Aside from that, we’re human and we have our good and bad days. If you want to know how to soar above the mess of a breakup, here’s the key:

Keep your sense of humor and you will retain your power.

A breakup is no laughing matter. It’s a big deal, maybe the worst stress that has ever happened in your life. If you choose to react to your breakup in a way that causes you to lose yourself, you will go under.

After a few months of trying to save my marriage, I became so worn down that I was like someone who was on death row. I mean, my face was always sour, twisted, and at one point I couldn't stand to be around anyone. My life was being taken over by a huge monster. I was living in a fantasy world of wanting my husband back and became a "Beg My Ex” addict.

Then one day, I hit bottom. I was doing some grocery shopping and as I walked around trying to search for a number of items, the thought came in my mind, “What man would ever want me?”

That’s when I knew that I was being eaten alive by my obsession. So I decided to kick saving my marriage to the curb and began saving myself. I had to be my own life guard otherwise I would drown. When I decided to begin building from within, I began to regain my power. I gave myself the best gift: love.

By deciding to love myself, I didn’t care about my ex anymore. Whatever! I had the attitude that I was going to build my own life and there were just some things that I could not permit in my life like groveling. YUK!

Whatever issues I face now, I use my sense of humor to get me through it. It is not worth it to be so stressed out that you plug up your arteries. We can’t laugh at everything but we can manage life with a good dose of happy medicine.

Ways to use your humor:

Problem: Your partner says, “I don’t love you anymore.”
Reply: “Yeah, I’ve always wanted to get surgery on that.”

Problem: Your married partner says, “I want a divorce!”
Reply: “Good idea, I’ll get started on that STAT!

Problem: Your partner threatens you.
Reply: “I don’t think you want to go there. I used to work for the CIA.”

Problem: Your husband/boyfriend’s with someone else - works hard to make your jealous.
Reply: “Don’t you wish your girlfriend was hot like me!”
Nicole Gayle is the author of the ebook, "What to Do When Your Partner Wants Out," written to help you maintain your self-confidence, soar above rejection and become more happy, attractive and secure. Nicole recently appeared on CITY TV's Breakfast Television to talk about her book. Get an instant download of her ebook by visiting her website,

Are You a Beg My Ex Addict?

I’ve written many articles with the main theme of self love and respect when someone whom you love wants out or has already gone. And I have read many articles on how to get an ex back.

If you believe that you deserve better than being dumped, then you’ll want to listen to what I have to say.

You were not created to beg, whether its feeling financially improvised or at the mercies of an ex. It is beneath your dignity and worth as a human being.

There’s nothing wrong with wanting to save your relationship or family but when it consumes your life that you’re literally obsessed so much so that you cheat yourself in the process, this is when you are not functioning from a place of love.

There’s true love and then there’s addiction. True love will cause you to love yourself first by protecting your dignity and self worth.

Addiction will cause you to grovel, manipulate, appease, be a doormat, stay in denial, promise your ex you’ll change, tell your ex how much you love him/her etc. Addiction to a fantasy of wanting a relationship will literally drive you to do things that you may regret.

If you are a “Beg My Ex” addict, you’ll need to detox by allowing yourself to detach from wishful thinking and begin dealing with reality. When you deal with reality, you can reinvent yourself and make your life so amazing. When you begin to do life from this point of view, you’ll attract only the best to you.

You are better than begging because you were born to rule. Begging is for folks who don’t know their true identity. Beggars don’t understand that they don’t have to come down low to get what they want out of life.

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Taking Care of Your Finances

Taking care of your finances may be the last thing on your mind as you are dealing with the emotional trauma of hearing that your relationship may be over permanently. But you need to make decisions that will help to protect you even while you're feeling devastated.

First thing that you need to do is to make a trip to your local bank. Make an appointment with a financial advisor there so that you can get the help you need to sort out your present financial situation.

Remember that there is nothing wrong with using your common sense. Many individuals delay making these kinds of decisions during a breakup because it is too much to face or they remain in denial about their partner's feelings.

You cannot afford to be unattentive in this area. You will need help from a lawyer or local community service to draft up a proper separation agreement that includes division of property if you have any. Ask a friend or family member to help you look for these services.

The sooner you start dealing with this and other things, the more control you will have over the present events in your life that may be spiralling out of control.

Having this kind of confidence to make decisions that are right for you will also send your partner a very strong message. He/she may have seen you devastated by the news of the departure and you may have resorted to begging him/her to stay with you or other types of desperates acts.

It might just be the wakeup call that your partner needs to reevaluate the decision to leave you. Respond in ways that are unexpected, like remaining calm, telling your partner to go and taking control of decisions and it will boost your self confidence while leaving your partner with a whole lot to think about.

Here are some things to think about:

1. Open up a separate bank account and do your banking from there. ie. get your pay cheque direct deposited into your new account.

2. Take a look at your RRSP's, Life Insurance, Will, etc. You need to change the beneficiary for these. If your relationship with your partner changes in the future, you can always switch back.

3. If you are already separated and are the primary caregiver, make sure that you have drafted up an agreement to receive the proper child support. There are local family justice services that help with this

4. Talk to your advisor about your investments, line of credit, savings, bills etc.

5. You can continue paying joint bills with your partner but you don't have to do so from a joint account.

6. Change your PIN number for your banking cards and get new credit cards in your name only.

Why you can no longer trust the person who wants out

You trusted this person to love you forever but when you hear that your relationship has reached its end, you must no longer place your trust in the relationship or the one you love.

I reacted for months on pure emotions instead of logic. The stress of my breakup caused me to be unable to make decisions that was right for me. I was also so busy trying to get my marriage back that I actually short changed myself. You must make yourself and your children(if you have any) your number 1 priority - it's not selfish, it's just wise.

When we are hurting, we want to reach out to the people we believe care about us. You need trust to build true intimacy and when a relationship is broken, it puts trust in jeopardy. Your ex or soon to be ex cannot be your rock. You relied on this person to be there for you and instinctly, you'll want to keep the emotional connection alive. But you cannot let this person know all about what your plans are during your breakup. He/she should be on a need to know basis. At this point, your contact should be minimal. You may have already made the mistake of sharing too much information which could backfire in the future.

You must surround yourself with a network of people who can help you deal with the emotional trauma of abandonment. Dont pour out your heart and soul to someone who no longer wants to share your life.

I'm not advocating that you start a war with this person. Face the truth that you're on different teams now and making decisions that are in your best interest is what you need to do to protect yourself.

Think: Just in case.

Always get the advice of wise counsel before agreeing to anything that your ex or soon to be wants. Don't just go along because you once had a relationship together or being nice will help change his/her mind. You could be shocked to know that you're left with nothing because you thought you trusted this person - just as you thought you trusted this person to love you forever.

The bottom line is: you can't trust a heart that wants to abandon you or one that has betrayed you. When it's difficult to make decision, rely on those who can help guide you so that you're not left completely stripped and empty handed.

Nicole Gayle is the author of the ebook, "What To Do When Your Partner Wants Out," written after the breakup of her marriage of 8 years. Nicole recently appeared on City TV's Breakfast Television to talk about her book. Get instant download at

Show the one who wants out the door

When someone says, “I love you but I’m not in love with you,” it means he/she no longer feels enough emotional connection and wants to be free. Most people respond by trying to convince the one they love to stay.

There is a psychological component to this message. It means that he/she feels trapped. On a much deeper level, your partner is telling you that your relationship is no longer working. When a relationship stops working it is because of a loss of respect. When we have respect for something, we value it. We hold it in high regard. We admire it.

When you respect yourself, you will show your partner the door. If you try to hold onto the one you love, you will only face more disrespect. He/she may throw their weight around, refuse from coming home at expected times, may be engaged in an emotional affair with a “friend” or it could be as blatant as cheating on you right in front of your face.

And are you going to sit there and tell me that you love your partner and still want to hold onto him/her even though you are being faced with disrespect? You may love him/her but you need to draw the line. Your partner wants you to do the respectful thing and tell him/her enough!

When you respect yourself, you say things like:

“I love you but I will not put up with this. It’s all or nothing!”
“I want our relationship but I will not tolerate this sort of disrespect, you need to leave.”
“I agree that our relationship isn’t working and want you to go.”
“You can either stay here and work it out with me, or go find the happiness that you want.”

When you do not respect yourself, you say things like:

“Please don’t leave me/us.”
“We need you.”
“We need to go to counseling”
“Can’t you see what this will do to our kids?”
“It’s my fault. I’m sorry I didn’t do enough of ______________
“I love you. I love you. I love you.”
“I promise I will change.”

Can you see the difference? Having respect for yourself is where you need to start. If you have communicated with respect and your partner still wants to go, help your partner pack and let him/her know by your actions that you’re worth more than begging. You can only have a real relationship when you have respect for yourself and when your partner respects you.

Nicole Gayle is the Author of the ebook, "What To Do When Your Partner Wants Out," written after the breakup of her marriage of 8 years. Nicole recently appeared on City TV's Breakfast Television to talk about her book. Get instant download at

The only way through the pain of your breakup

It is excruciatingly difficult to let go when we feel that someone has done us wrong. We want our pain acknowledged and we want the offending partner to apologize for harming us and have deep remorse over it. Our hurt can turn into anger, bitterness, and resentment causing us to go around in circles looking for answers at why anyone would cause us so much pain.

Sometimes we hear the words, "I’m sorry." The person who has caused the offense feels deeply remorseful over hurting us and would never intentionally hurt us again. But what happens when your pain isn’t acknowledged? What happens when the person who broke your heart feels that he/she has done nothing wrong and continues to do the things that causes you to feel hurt?

It’s hard to live with knowing that someone else could walk out on you, or cheat on you, or willingly lie, or steal, or abandon your kids, or abuse you emotionally/physically without feeling guilty enough to make it right.

You may sit and wonder how this person can live with his/her conscience when they have ripped your heart out. More than likely you cannot imagine that the one you once love could ever hurt you this way.

But it happens and while your heart feels shattered, you can’t make him/her see your pain because people pity pain. You definitely don’t want to be treated like a poor little dog whimpering at someone stepping on his tail.

You should grieve and heal outside the offenders space because this person may feel justified to hurt you this way. He/she may have subconsciously punished you to try to even the score or you may have allowed yourself to be victimized because you wanted what this person couldn’t give you.

Guilt is a check point in our emotions when we have done something wrong and it usually leads us to be remorseful and helps us try to make things right. But if the person who hurt you don’t feel guilty even after your have expressed your pain, how can you then try to awaken a dead conscience?

The best way and only way through your pain is forgiveness. Forgiving means that you choose to let the other person go from being tied to you causing even more bitterness and resentment from eating you away at the core.

It doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t have boundaries. It doesn’t mean that you should trust this person again. It doesn’t mean that you have to be in a relationship with this individual again. It means you choosing to release this person from having further control over causing you more pain by you holding on.

It will serve you more when you can begin to practice forgiving yourself and forgiving others as it helps you to heal from living like a prisoner in pain.

Nicole Gayle is the author of the ebook, "What To Do When Your Partner Wants Out," written after the breakup of her marriage of 8 years. Nicole recently appeared on City TV's Breakfast Television to talk about her book.

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Why you can’t save your relationship until you save yourself

Are you reacting out of panic because the one you love is drifting away? What you do from this moment can either lead you down a path with even more pain or could possible restore your relationship.

When most people attempt to save a relationship they will do things like dragging the unwilling partner to counseling, reasoning, bargaining, promising to change or try to pacify their partners while living in fear that their partners is moving further away.

The key to the possibility of restoring your relationship is internal change. This means you have to stop reacting to your partner’s behavior and get off of the emotional roller coaster.

Get out of your partners space and out of your partners face. Stop hijacking. The reason why all of what you are doing is not working is because anything that resembles trying to change your partners mind is seen as nagging which equates to weakness. If you remain weak by trying to be rational with your partner’s way of thinking, he/she will find you less attractive and will be triggered to get away from you.

If you are seen as a strong, secure and confident person who does not hold your partner hostage then he/she will be triggered to respect you. Respect is the key to influencing a drifting partner.

When you decide to save yourself, you will have enough guts to change your inner world and take yourself to the next level of personal growth. When you change, you will be seen from a new perspective and you will have the ability to change your environment.

No easy way about it. It is not what your partner does, but what you do that counts. You have the power within to create. And you have to decide whether you will demand more of yourself this year or accept mediocrity. Grow into being a person who is not moved by what someone else does.

Save yourself and rule your life.

Nicole Gayle is the Author of the e-book, What To Do When Your Partner Wants Out,” written to help you deal with your breakup. Visit for instant download.

The simplicity of fixing a failing relationship

If your relationship has been hit by a tornado where you have both grown apart, then there is a simple way to reignite the flame you once had for each other.

You must first understand these key principles:

1. You cannot change anyone.
2. No one is responsible for your happiness except you.
3. You are born to create, so you can manifest anything if you really have the desire for it.

Unless you have some very major issues like addiction or abuse in your relationship, you can take your life to the next level if you really want to.
The question is, "How bad do you really want it?" and "What are you willing to give up to get it?"

There are many who sit around wishfully hoping that some day their partners will get it and instantly give them what they have always wanted. This is a convenient way to live because it takes away the fact that in order to get anything in life that you really want, it has to start with you.

If you choose to settle for a mediocre relationship by constantly nagging and whining about what your partner may or may not be doing then you will live a powerless and helpless life completely at the mercies of how your partner choose to live his/her life.

But if you really understood that you are in the circumstances that you are presently in because you created it, then you it will be easier for you to recreate what it is that you really want.
Many people will get out of a relationship because they don’t want to really face themselves. They think their partners have failed them or is not properly meeting their needs. They choose to fix the situation by moving on with hopes of finding something that they believe will work.

And what a complete shock it is to find out that even after moving on from the relationship that they believe was not working for them, that they are still hurting and unhappy.
Because the problems that were present in the context of their relationships were within them. It is often not what’s on the outside but what is from within.

If you are shifting the blame to your partner, you are making a huge mistake. You need to change. You need to have a true awakening. You need to rise to a new level.
When you do, you will literally be like a magnet and lift everything around you to the level that you are. Your partner is only responding to who you truly are inside. If you were to change your script, you will get a different response.

And you may not see the results that you are looking for right away. It may take time. But it is difficult for people to remain unchanged in an environment that has. Here are some tips to help you with change:

1. Write out your life purpose and mission.
2. Set 5 goals that you would like to accomplish. Your number one goal should be personal growth and development. Start immediately to work on this.
3. You cannot be successful without persistence. It takes persistence to win.
4. If you want the reward, you must pay the price.
5. Focus on the big picture. What is it that you love about your partner? What are your family values and are you living them?
6. Begin by giving what you want. You must sow in order to reap.

Move away from trying to change your partner. Change yourself and you will be able to effect lasting change.

Nicole Gayle is the author of the ebook, "What To Do When Your Partner Wants Out," written after the breakup of her marriage of 8 years. Her ebook helps you to find emotional freedom if you are dealing with a breakup. Visit and subscribe to blog,

What to do when the one you love is drifting away

The one you love may have hinted in a subtle or very obvious way that he/she wants to leave your relationship. You may be looking for answers to know how to handle a partner who may have indicated that he/she wants to move on without you.

When something is drifting, our natural instincts is to try to pull it towards us. It is natural to try to save your relationship because you love your partner and want for the two of you to be together.

But trying to pull your partner towards you will not work to revive your relationship. The number 1 reason counseling often fails is that it often deals with surface issues. You are encouraged to talk about the problems by going around in circles and clashing up against the history of negative tendencies in your relationship along with your partners personal negative scripts. Many are told to demand that someone else change and meet their needs.

When you go face to face with your partner about all of the things that he/she may have done or currently doing wrong, the natural reaction for your partner is to get defensive. When someone is on the defensive, you are not on the same team.

You must get on the offensive and getting there means facing your own scripts. You are the reason why you’re not having a great relationship and the same is true of your partner. What if you get a real life by determining that you are going to create a great life for yourself and rise above the current pain of wanting someone to make you happy?

Take yourself to the next level by making this year become the year that you get up and do something so incredible that your actions will speak louder than your words.

Influence your partner by having a true personal awaking and dealing with the negative scripts within you that you allow to manifest in a less than great relationship.

Do not have a mediocre status quo life. Have a wildly successful life. Make no more excuses.

Change your life and everything around you will change.

Nicole Gayle is the author of the ebook, "What To Do When Your Partner Wants Out," written after the breakup of her marriage of 8 years. Nicole recently appeared on City TV's Breakfast Television to talk about her book.

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If you were abandoned, get up and fight!

You may be wallowing in the pain of having a broken heart but sooner or later you have to give yourself permission to start to heal. Hanging on to your pain will cause you to become a toxic mess.

You have to take responsibility for how your life choices have brought you to the place where you are now without beating yourself up. When I was faced with the breakup of my marriage of 8 years, I also had to face some really tough questions. It was so much easier for me to sit and pity myself for months.

You know that something in you attracted this mess. You know that you let yourself go and settled for less than you deserved and this is the reason why you are where you are now. You may or may not have had the knowledge to choose something better for yourself when you got involved with the person who broke your heart. Don’t beat yourself up for it; do something great….change that script.

Face the reality that you choose the wrong person and don’t you try to hang onto brokenness. Instead of moving towards dysfunction, choose to pursue inner healing to become a whole person.

If you try to get back with the person who broke your heart, you are once again going around in a maze, avoiding the fact that you have a bleeding soul. When you are whole, you can choose things that are alive and thriving. You don’t have to work for it, nor slave to keep it.

Stand up for yourself and accept nothing but the best for your life. Get yourself out of years and years of bad patterns. What I mean is that more than likely, it is not the first time you choose someone who would abandon you.

Choosing a spirit that can’t keep a promise but changes when it is only convenient is something that you learned how to do. Do something big this year by demanding more of yourself and for yourself. Stretch to new heights. Figure out why you choose abandoning spirits and work on the part of you that needs to heal.

Happy New Year! Make 2008 the best yet.

Nicole Gayle is the author of the e-book, "What To Do When Your Partner Wants Out," written after the breakup of her marriage of 8 years. The e-book helps people find emotional freedom leading them to become more attractive, happy, and secure. Get Instant Download at
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