Is it possible to get back with my ex?

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As a relationship expert specialized in helping people get back with their ex, one of the most common questions that I’ve been asked is people wondering if it’s still possible to get back with their ex.

In life there are very few guarantees, nothing is ever certain, but what is also true is that if you are prepared, if you do the work and if you are in the right mindset and with the right support, most challenges are in fact possible…including getting back with your ex!

I’ve helped all sorts of people successfully save their relationships and marriages. I know what it take, and I am prepared to help you every step of the way to make sure that it will also be possible for you to get back with the one you love.

I urge you to book a coaching session with me in order for us to get started working together right away. You can book a coaching session at the following link:

If you would like more information or to know more about our approach and philosophy I invite you to checkout my blog for advice on to prove to your soulmate that you can be happy together:

It would be my pleasure to work with you, and I wish you all the very best in your quest to find happiness in love.

From my heart to yours,
Life coach, motivational speaker & relationship expert from

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  1. I’m about to get way too personal in a comment box haha. Ok, let’s see… My ex-boyfriend and I have been friends for 10+ years and dated on and off for nearly 18 months. He had a crush on me starting in the 8th grade and I didn’t think of him as anything more than a friend until just before he left for a 2 year mission trip. We started dating about a year after he got home. In the beginning of us dating, I had commitment issues and he worked very hard to get us to date. Though I was technically only going on dates with him for the first few months, I didn’t term us “exclusively dating” until about 3 months following our first date. In fact, his persistence and confidence in how he felt about me allowed me to feel secure enough to commit to an exclusive relationship. Things moved quickly after that and just over 7 months of dating we were looking at engagement rings and tentatively planning our wedding. However, he became overwhelmed and nervous with the responsibilities that came with marriage and asked that we take things slower, all the while assuring me that he wanted to be with me forever. However, with my commitment issues, this “step back” really affected me. About this same time, I went through what many would call a “faith crisis” and questioned my fundamental belief in God. This also impacted our relationship severely and my ex was very concerned about “taking a risk” by dating someone who’s faith wavered. We began having issues for the next 7 months and both of us hurt each other deeply through our lack of commitment and through harsh things said. Near the end of our relationship he said, “If it’s this hard, maybe we’re just not meant to be.” He ended things “for good” a week after pressuring me to be exclusive with him. I reacted very poorly and said hurtful things and played the desperate ex-girlfriend. All of which was very out of my character. He told me he was not going to date me again, that we were both going to move on and marry different people. I took all of this very hard and know that I tried too hard to change his mind through frequent calls and texts. He blocked my number after a few days. I then signed out of all my social media because I recognize that I need to take time to focus on myself, but I still have moments of weakness where I miss him and try to reach out. I want to marry this man, and it is incredibly painful and unreal to me to believe its really over. I believe we can fix our issues, he does not. I feel like I just let “the one” go and ruined my chances of mending things with how I reacted in the first couple weeks following the breakup. He also lives in another city and I’m not really sure how to rekindle what we once had. Is it even possible that we will get back together or is what I’m feeling false hope? Any advice?

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