Welcome to episode 35 of the Ex Boyfriend Recovery Podcast.
Today’s episode is unique in the fact that while it does cover how to figure out if an ex boyfriend is stringing you along with false hope it is so much more than that.
We hear from “depressed in Atlanta” a woman who is desperately searching for answers.
Like always, here is a quick rundown of her situation,
- She broke up with her boyfriend 2 weeks ago
- He claims that he broke up with her because she was depressed and didn’t know what to do with her life
- He was upset with her and needed time (why was he upset when he was the one that broke up with her?)
- She is worried that she is being strung along by him
- She feels all of this is making her more emotional than normal
- She always seems to contact him first
Lets see what we can do about giving her some answers.
What I Talk About In This Episode
- The Win/Win Situation “Depressed in Atlanta” Is In
- The Top Three Mistakes That She Is Making (So Far)
- The Holy Trinity (Yet Again)
- A Huge Problem I Continually See Women Making
- The Two Paths “Depressed in Atlanta” Is Faced With
Important Links Mentioned In This Episode
The Top Three Mistakes That “Depressed in Atlanta” Is Making
When I listened to “Depressed in Atlanta’s” situation I immediately noticed that she is making three major mistakes (if she decides to get her ex back.) I talked a lot about those mistakes on this episode.
What I would like to do is talk a little about them for you in the show notes here.
Mistake #1- No NC
Depressed in Atlanta doesn’t seem to have even entertained the idea of doing a no contact rule.
Now, for those of you who are familiar with Ex Boyfriend Recovery you will know that the no contact rule is kind of a big deal for me.
What is one of the many reasons for why we use NC?
Well, that leads us to our next mistake.
Mistake #2- Being Too Available
Want to know what is unattractive to males?
A woman who they are too available for.
I know it’s kind of important for being in a relationship but you aren’t in a relationship anymore.
You are single and when you are single the rules are a little bit different.
Mistake #3- Not Ending Conversations Soon Enough
“Depressed in Atlanta” complained that she was always the one that had to start the conversations with her ex.
But from what I have heard from her she has done nothing to earn a “reach out” from him.
Ending conversations early can help here.
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