I’ve finally started to read Relationship Rewind and I…actually find it pretty amazing. It’s incredible how much I agree with so many solutions in a book which I thought to be completely utter bull****! There’s one problem though. I don’t see Long Distance Relationship advice being expanded much apart from “Bliss” or “Switch” type of situations. Does that imply that “Drift” kind of solutions and situations should also be applied to LDR?
Hi, if you are subscribed to the E-mail program that Kevin gives you, at the end of each e-mail you should find an advertisement about “Relationship Rewind”.
In any case, I feel satisfied with it. It may seem to go against Kevin’s advice sometimes, but the fact is that Kevin’s advice is more about improving yourself while deciding whether it’s a good choice or not to get back your ex (my interpretation, of course).
RR instead goes into detail into some possible situations and gives you advice on how to behave if you’re actively trying to get your ex back. You just need to not take it for granted, as the advice in the book explicitly says this is not a “one trick for all” kind of thing. You need to carefully and honestly analyze your relationship, and the eventual break-up (the book also covers how to maintain your relationship on a healthy and high note, a stage called “Bliss”) and smartly apply and evolve the basic concepts expressed in the book to your own personal situation.
I don’t know. I am in a long distance situation, but we are already broken up. “Death’s door.” Most of my friends have been advising me to just move on because they don’t see how it is possible since she lives so far away. About 7 hours by car. But I don’t want to move on because I love her.
I just got that first email and started listening. It opposes a lot of what Kevin has said, so its rather confusing. Who am I supposed to be listening to? They both promise the same, though rewind seems very manipulative. I am sticking to Kevin, because personal improvement is pretty important IMO.