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In fact, the findings were consistent with the hypothesis that romantic rejection is a specific form of addiction (Fisher 2004).While research such as the above provides an insight into why millions of people look to Google in order to obtain information about how to reunite with their ex, it does not make such behaviour healthy. Coupled with her ‘no contact’ strategy, social media has also played a vital role in my friend’s mission to get her ex back.Although Facebook may seem like the ideal medium on which to display a new you to an ex, it can also be detrimental to the mental health of the dumpee.In fact, a recent study published in the journal of cyber psychology, behaviour and social networking, discovered that participants who spent more time checking their ex’s Facebook page were more likely to report experiencing distress, negativity and a longing for their partner, and less likely to experience growth after a split.These include agreeing with the break-up, in order to transfer that sense of dumpee panic back onto your ex.Beneath the image of a smiling couple, Jackson’s website not only claims that the book holds the secret to creating an unbreakable bond between yourself and your ex, it cleverly offers an ‘iron clad’ money back guarantee if the consumer does not get their ex back.As for the dream scenario in which your ex returns and declares their regret at their decision to call it quits – wouldn’t it be so much better if they came to this conclusion naturally?Would you be truly happy being with someone who had to be manipulated into wanting you?
It contains a PDF attachment of an e-book entitled The Rules of No Contact – the important no – nonsense rules to follow to help you get your ex back.’ I sigh inwardly. As I peruse its pages, I am greeted with a number of bullet points, each explained in detail by the book’s author, Vin Jones.And so while there is no doubt that the break-up of a relationship is a painful process, investing your time and energy in inauthentic ‘tactics’ to win your ex back are not only highly unlikely to pay off, but capable of backfiring.After all, there is no way around grief but through it. ” My friend grips her Frappuccino with steely determination, her response to my enquiry about her ex catching me off guard. It isn’t long before rule number two catches my attention.Just as I am about to assure her that the answer to her recent heartache is not a life of celibacy she adds: Before I can tell her that this is a good move, a step forward in the healing process (it’s been four months since he dumped her, citing all too vague reasons) she interjects, a mischievous glint in her eyes. ” Upon seeing my confusion, she nods knowingly before downing the remainder of her coffee. It reads: ‘Go into no contact ASAP after a break-up.’ The logic behind this rule is based on the following: 1: Post break – up, you are emotionally vulnerable.