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!

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3 Reasons Staying Friends With Your Ex Is Good For Getting Back Together
There is such a thing. That said, I do admit that it’s quite rare in today’s relationship environment for exes to part ways with little or no animosity. My personal opinion is that too many people become “romantic” without necessarily cultivating “friendship” and when the romance dies, there is nothing else left but anger and resentment.

Friendship helps them weather the rough patches, navigate hurt emotions, and maintain friendship long after the romantic relationship ends. Friendship also provides a foundation for a new romantic relationship.


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As the article says work on letting go “some of our beliefs, assumptions, expectations and habits that are not serving us that something begins to shift — and often to our pleasant surprise.”


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I am glad to be of some help.
Please keep us updated.


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I’m glad to be of some help.

In simple words… A response is action you take from a conscious level — with emotional composure, confidence and deliberate intention. A reaction is action driven from a sub-conscious level, usually from a place of panic, fear, anger, neediness etc.

Here is a link that might help: Are You Responding Or Reacting To Your Ex?


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I am happy for you, Jackie… 🙂

My hope is that someone reads this inspiring success story and sees how acting ‘too independent” hurts relationships.

Thank you!


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