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Thread: 2.5 years since breakup date

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    Originally Posted by Chiral
    I don't mean " strategy" as in trickery, trap, setup, plan or of that kind of meaning. I mean to say that i might be going about it the wrong way. There's something well known called no contact.
    No contact is for you to accept the breakup and to emotionally recover.

    It is NOT a get your ex back "strategy".

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    Originally Posted by boltnrun
    No contact is for you to accept the breakup and to emotionally recover.

    It is NOT a get your ex back "strategy".
    I think there's a bunch of youtube videos that disagree. Type in ' no contact gets your ex back ' or something of that sort and see the youtube videos that come up.

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    Type them on google.

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    Originally Posted by Hollyj
    This is long over. You are wasting your life by pursuing this.

    Delete his contact info and move on with your life.
    We left it as friendship, so removing contact is like destroying that too.

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    Yes, you can find anything you want on Google. And anyone can post a YouTube video. You aren't required to be any kind of expert in anything.

    Please do not pay money to any of those "Get your ex back, guaranteed!!!" scam sites. And please do not pay a "relationship coach".

    If you want to continue to pursue this guy no one can stop you. However, it would be a shame to waste another 2.5 years (or more).

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    Originally Posted by Chiral
    We left it as friendship, so removing contact is like destroying that too.
    But you're not really friends, are you?

    You said he's short with you and doesn't initiate. It's one-sided. He doesn't seem to care if you're actually friends or not.

    Do your friends and family know that you're still refusing to let go? What do they make of this?

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