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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

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