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You probably already know that sacrificing too much time and energy for a loved one could backfire over the long-term. But did you also know that when faced with the choice of sacrificing time and energy for a loved one, or taking the self-centered route, people's first impulse is to think of others. A new research published in Psychological [...]
Question: Yangki, I've read many of your articles and you seem to advocate not giving your ex space. Why is that? Almost all experts say giving someone space is healthy for all relationships. I just wonder what you base your advice on? The Love Doctor's Answer: If you read my articles more carefully, you will actually see that I'm all for [...]
If you have been reading my articles for sometime now, you know that I believe that there is nothing more important when it comes to relationships than EMOTIONS and feelings. You could even describe all my body of work as about "emotions". Now, we can argue all we want about "rational" thinking and how it's more important than emotion, but at [...]
Question: Yangki, does it matter how long after the breakup you try to get your ex back. I’m not doing no contact, we contact each other 1- 2 times a week and it’s very cordial and sometimes flirtatious. My concern is that since she says she wants a better relationship and I am trying to better myself so my ex can see me in a different light, [...]