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Let Him Go or Try to Win Him Back?

Should you try to win him back?
Should you try to win him back?
Your boyfriend broke up with you, and you're devastated. The two of you had been together for months, maybe even years, and you definitely saw a future with this guy. But now he's gone, and you're wondering what you did wrong - when it hits you. You should try to win him back! Or should you?

When a relationship ends, both partners have usually known for some time that things were falling apart. Did this breakup really hit you out of the blue, or can you concede that you and your sweetie really were growing apart for a long time? The reasons your honeybunch broke things off are probably complicated, but he didn't do it lightly. If the two of you really aren't compatible, he's doing you a favor by freeing you to date somebody who will give you what you need.

Ask yourself: Are you more upset over the loss of your man, or is it just that your ego is bruised? If you really believe your sweetie just made a mistake and the two of you are true soulmates, by all means, don't let him go without a fight. But if you're mainly just upset that anyone had the nerve to dump you, stop pursuing him - he's a person, not a trophy to be won and displayed.

For more advice, contact a psychic. Our gifted psychics can use their powers of intuition to see if you should try to win your man back, or if saying goodbye is the best thing for both of you. 
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