So you want to win him back. Do you really?

It may sound good to win him back…

…and it is totally against the grain of my blog here to tell you this, but allow me to digress for a moment. Also, I apologize in advance for any and all cliches that I may use, but they may prove to be slightly necessary. There are many blogs around the ‘net dedicated to the sole purpose of getting your ex back, and this is usually one of them. I am also a firm believer in the fact that I (or in this, case you) should be a priority, rather than an option. There are a million people out there more qualified to receive your love and affection other than the ‘one who got away.’ If he doesn’t want to be with you anymore, the best thing you can do for yourself is to move on, with or without closure. Closure feels good and everything, but do you really need it?

Carpe diem baby. Get out there and enjoy a beautiful sun set…or even a sunrise. Those are the best. The key here is to start living. Living always equals loving, it’s the truest math I know, although I’m no mathematician. Perhaps all you needed to do was change a little, so walk on the walk side, just a little bit. Life is too short to get hung up on the things that weren’t meant to be. Now I am also not one to preach about fate, destiny, and all that jazz, but if it was meant to be, it probably would be. Right? Why try and win him back when he clearly doesn’t want you? Not wanting you is the same as not deserving you. Remember that. This tough love goes both ways, so you need to get off your ass and live a little. Life’s greatest opportunities don’t happen while you’re in the waiting room so to speak. Win him back? No, what you need to do is win yourself back. That’s right, I said it. Win yourself back. Call me crazy, but losing yourself in a relationship is great and everything, but while you’re recovering tend to yourself for a change. You may even find or attract someone even better and more deserving. Someone who will try to win you.

This may sound strange coming from a guy, but I can empathize with you ladies a little bit. I thought I lost the ‘love of my life’ awhile back, and would have done just about anything to get her back. I came to realize, though, that losing her could have possibly been the best thing for the both of us. She met a really great guy, and eventually I met an awesome gal as well. Only you can save yourself here, and it is truly up to you if you want to try to win him back or not. There are a ton of great resources out there, including my blog here, but the greatest of all is your heart and intuition.

So you want to win him back. Do you really?
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