You have a point, and I think it goes beyond …

Comment on Facebook Ruining Your Relationship? by Love Doctor, Yangki Christine Akiteng.

You have a point, and I think it goes beyond “trust issues”. I’m not on FB (I keep telling myself I will one day but just don’t seem to find the time), but from what I hear, Facebook can become an addiction… telling you… log on, take another look… you know you want to…

I’ve had people come to me for “help” dealing with being unfriended on Facebook!

Recent Comments by Love Doctor, Yangki Christine Akiteng

Does Someone Doing “No Contact” Love You?
I hear your pain… but you are right, it’s much better than the alternative.

Anyone who makes others want to be more caring (in my book) is a special kind of person. I know it’s not much comfort, but may be that’s what this relationship was about. You were only there in his life to facilitate his growth into a better person. The person for you is waiting for you… and it’s only a matter of time.


Does Someone Doing “No Contact” Love You?
Have you thought of contacting her and trying to slowly work things out instead of going for the “quick fix”?


Why Someone You Love Doesn’t Want You
Sometimes life does give us second chances…

Until someone makes it so clear that it is indeed “O-V-E-R” (not swinging back and forth) or is happy in a new relationship, there is always a chance to do it right the second time round.

The catch is that you have to be well positioned to take that chance — or you’ll blow it!


Contact and How Not to Pressure Your Ex
Sad and neglected was probably how he felt when you didn’t respond until after 3 weeks. He may be giving you a taste of your own medicine, or may he decided it’s best to move on.

After 3 attempts with no response, it may be best to wait and see if he contacts you. Then decide if you want to re-establish contact or not.


5 Reasons To Maintain Contact With Your Ex
I’m happy for you! That’s a big step forward.

I’ve said it elsewhere, if you are the one who wants the other person back, you have to be willing to do most of the heavy lifting and “dirty jobs” in the initial stages. If you do it right, it will pay off and things will even out.

Keep us updated!


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