Hi Yangki – First off, thank you for the healthy advice …

Comment on My Ex Says He Still Loves Me But Doesn’t Think I’ll Change by Lunar.

Hi Yangki –

First off, thank you for the healthy advice in this and all of your other articles.

My question is: How do I get the point across that the positive changes I’ve made in myself are not a result of him not being so prominently in my life anymore? To be clear, I worry based on things that he’s said that my ex believes that I am only thriving now because we are apart. Truth is, the break-up was a huge wake up call for me (I hate that this had to be the case, but I can’t turn back time), and it really pushed me into working on being the best version of myself.

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My Ex Says He Still Loves Me But Doesn’t Think I’ll Change
Thanks, Yangki.

I’d like to think he knows me better than to worry about my manipulating him like that, but I know well enough that break-ups can make you question everything about a person. I’ve certainly been there.

Thank you for your response, looking forward to the article.


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This is exactly what I needed to read for some positive reinforcement!

“Be demonstrative, but do it with dignity.”

Thanks for this and all of your other wonderful articles, Doc.


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