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How to get your ex back even if it seems impossible
Made for people who have lost their other half

Written by: MC Rover

© 2009 MC Rover All Rights Reserved

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The information you are about to read goes against common believe, it is in some cases the exact opposite of what you think and feel you should do. It is important for you to read the whole ebook as to understand what has been said in context. Please take note as this is for your own benefit.

Dear friend; losing a person close to you is devastating. When I first lost my girlfriend it felt like the world around me is going to collapse. She was my first love and I thought that this couldn’t get any better. Every time I was with her the world didn’t matter, she was my little princess. I still remember that night; it was clouded, cold and raining. I stayed home when she had a “ladies night” – this happened now and then nothing to worry about I muttered to myself. A few days later I found her acting weird. I couldn’t quite put my finger on it, but my gut told me something was very wrong. A week later she started to avoid me, this only made matters worse as I finally snapped and confronted her. The truth came out – she made out with some guy – we stopped seeing each other. My world came to a screeching holt. For weeks I felt depressed, cold and alone. Needless to say I was a mess. Even though I felt betrayed I still loved her and tried to call her a couple of times a day, she didn’t even returned my phone calls. I tried everything in my power to show her that I have changed and become the person she could spend her life with. The more I tried to communicate with her the more dead-end responses I got. A feeling of hopelessness sat in and I was at...
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