So you’re a dude struggling through a break up…
It happens to us all. Your feelings are normal, healthy, and nothing different than those felt by billions of men over thousands of years.
And it sucks.
But you can’t let it define you, and you can’t wallow in it for months or even worse, for years on end.
“Every adversity, every failure, every heartache carries with it the seed of an equal or greater benefit.”
— Napoleon Hill
Today you find that seed of greater benefit.
Take Mr. Hill’s comment and commit it to memory. Write it down on a note card, make it the background text on your phone, do whatever you have to do to live it each and every day for the next six months.
If you carefully follow the words and advice presented, you will emerge as a better man — for the rest of your life.
That’s right, horrible break up you are going through right now is actually the best damn thing that will ever happen to you. You may be inspired to have sex with dozens of hot chicks, build your body into an amazing machine, and make more money than you ever thought possible.
From the pain and suffering you can regain your manhood. You can design and enjoy a much better committed relationship faster than you ever thought possible. Alternatively, you may want to explore non-monogamous relationships which remove most of the problems that come having your sex and love life depend on a single person.
Possibly you will find the clarity to see that the one who left was never meant to be.
In fact, all of this probably happened as a catalyst to propel you into a healthier, fun-filled, sexually fulfilling relationship.
And to top it off….it will be with a better person than the one that just dropped your ass.
So lets get started. Three sets of action steps will be presented to you, the first set can be implemented in the next 72 hours, and will help you to immediately take back your power and remove the undue influence that your EX currently has over you.
While these first steps are the hardest, they will set your course for freedom right now, and allow you to define yourself, rather that allowing someone undue power over your happiness.