Must-Read: Don’t Get Back With Her
Getting dumped sucks. There’s all sorts of heartbreak and feelings of not being good enough and simply the need to reevaluate everything that has been going on over the past however long you were dating. But whenever you do get dumped there’s always a feeling as if you just need to change one silly thing about yourself and she’ll come crawling back. But that’s not the feeling to have. When she dumps you, the mentality should be to NEVER get back together with her. At least, that’s what Doc Love over at AskMen.com feels. And he should know. He’s a doctor of love, after all.
Among his reasons for simply letting her go once and for all if she lets YOU go once and for all include:
Why would Lena want to get back together with you? What?s important is not that she messed around after you were broken up, which is her right; the important thing — the only important thing — is that she dropped you in the first place. So there?s nothing to go back to, my friend. Again, this whole thing is a dead issue.
But you felt so dissed that you never wanted to see or speak to Lena again, and now you?re being all uptight, Adam. What you should have said was ?Sure, honey, we?ll get back together, but I?m busy right now with a few new girls, so I?ll have to get back to you.? And then never called her again.
Head on over to the link above for some more wisdom by the Doctor of Love. And then delete her number for good and never speak to her again. (Or, at least, never think of her romantically again.)
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About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.