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Great lesson to learn. Watching someone you love self-destruct is painful but allowing others to take responsibility for their own lives is a gift to them even if it doesn’t appear to be at the time.

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10 Ways Your Ex Feels Rejected By You
What you are experiencing is normal, and happens more times than most people realize. It could be that your feelings for him have truly changed and you are ready to move on with someone new or that you haven’t let go the fact that he “ignored” both your apology and attempts to reach out to him.

I suggest that you have an honest talk with him about how you feel. You may be able to figure out exactly where the discomfort comes from, or decide it isn’t working and go your separate ways without any animosity.

You can never go wrong with being true to how you feel – whatever direction it takes you.


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Are You Just Too Alike To Be Together?
You mean “like” and “FAN” are not the same thing? Silly me. I should have taken English Major. I might have been somebody important or rich. I hope it’s not too late.


The Break-Up Has Happened… It’s REAL… Now What?
I am humbled… 🙂

Yes, it takes as long as it takes…

The “emotionalizing” is that ‘spilled milk’ thing I talk about in the book. The good thing is that you are focused on forward movement and not just ‘waiting it out” like many people do. You don’t grow sitting put.


Can An Emotionally Aloof Person Change?
Most of the time, it’s something you learn early in life. Cold and self centered kind of becomes your “default” traits. Some people continue it into adulthood because it’s either the only way they know how to or there is some sort of “reward” for them being cold and self centered (why would they want to change?).

Since it’s something that was learned – whatever can be learned can be unlearned. The only exception – at least from what I read – is if something happened to your brain to cause you not to be able to have/experience certain feelings the way the rest of us do, then you need more than just “unlearning” the behaviour. Other than that, if you really want to change, you CAN CHANGE!


The Break-Up Has Happened… It’s REAL… Now What?
Thank you for giving us a peak into your heart and soul… simply beautiful.

You are an inspiration!


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Congratulations, May!… 🙂

You will be just fine… I know it. All the very best.


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