How to Win Him Back When He Thinks You Are Too Possessive


Peter H
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Breakups can be hard for all involved, but this is especially true when your possessiveness caused the breakup. You may be going over all the mistakes you made in your head and wondering what you could have done differently. Your relationship does still stand a chance though. If you can show him that you recognize your mistake and want to get back together, you may be able to win him back when he thinks you are too possessive.Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions Allow him to have some freedom. After a breakup, it's smart to give him some space to think about the situation. If you immediately try to beg him to take you back, he'll just see you as even more possessive than when you

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