Just in case you might be wondering what men and women (yes, real ones!) think of Text Your Ex Back, I’ve been trawling through various internet forums to see what people say.
The thing is, there isn’t a lot of independent information on the Internet specifically about this program, but I found some interesting stuff nonetheless.
At this location you can read a fascinating account of why it’s good to have a complete break for a while with your ex before you even start trying to get them back.
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Mind you, here you can see the same on video… do keep on watching. She gets there eventually.
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Basically one guy is asking how often he should be texting his ex; as it turns out she’s in a relationship with someone else.
So one guy replies making the point that if he’s constantly texting her, she’s automatically got both the emotional stability of her ex-partner, and the excitement of being with someone new.
In short, if you’re trying to get the attention of your ex-partner, then constantly texting them is a bit counter-productive: they know they don’t have to do anything to get your attention, because your attention is already on them!
But if you make a complete break, then whatever feelings they have towards you are going to grow — because they will think “Why isn’t he/she texting/contacting me?”
That’s the kind of thought that begins to seep into a person’s soul…. if they still have positive feelings for you. You see the idea?
I was fascinated to find this because it confirms the very first point that Mike Fiore makes in this exciting program.
I’m going to make a bold statement here: there aren’t any bad reviews about Mike Fiore or Text Your Ex Back anywhere on the Internet.
No matter how hard I tried, typing in all kinds of things people might be writing about a cheater, I couldn’t find anyone who had anything bad to say about the guy, or about his work, for that matter.
And if you want to see how rapidly a bad reputation can spread, type the name Christian Carter into Google. This man is another self-appointed relationship guru. The title of one search result high up the listings reads: Is it me or is Christian Carter of “Catch Him and Keep Him” the devil?
Enough said? There’s nothing like this about Mike Fiore on the internet.
So I turned to Amazon, because Mike Fiore has written some books as well as his internet work. They are in the category of dating advice, relationship advice, get-back-together-advice on Amazon. We can see what people say about his print books there.
And the interesting thing here is that he gets some pretty darn’ good reviews! For example one guy talks of Mike Fiore’s book Six Simple Tricks to Crack the Man Code:
“As usual Michael Fiore has consolidated complicated dating information in his new book…”, while another review goes on to say “Mike Fiore gets bluntly honest about the emotional status and maturity of any and every guy, why he is that way, how to get him to open up, and how to understand him when he does.”
Another reviewer comments: “Another quick read that bypasses the frill. You want the information, you pay to get answers, and he doesn’t disappoint.” And a woman poignantly observes: “I’m a fifty-something female who’s been married and divorced four times. I wish this information had been told to me in this way years ago … would probably only have been married two times and divorced once…”
And so it goes on. There are some bad reviews, of course, along the lines of: “Totally crap. Not worth the money.” Not really much insight there, I feel!
I want to close this section with a final review from a woman who says she is a “picky feminist bitch reader” (uh-ho) and “a creative non-fiction writer” (thereby giving us her credentials) and even being a bitch, she says that she is “totally impressed with the level of insight in this book… these are really useful tips … I can’t believe I’m saying it but it’s true.”
Yea, way to go Mike!!
So clearly there are a lot of reviews around from women supporting the quality of Mike’s work, and although they’re not specifically talking about Text Your Ex Back, this is still useful information in helping us to understand Mike Fiore the man as well as what he has to offer in his radical system for texting your ex boyfriend or girlfriend back into your life!
There’s a fascinating piece by Mike Fiore here which is worth a quick look, because I think it gives an insight into the man himself.
I don’t know if it’s true, but it does have a certain level of sincerity about it.
What Do Men Think Of Texting?
Another important question for me is this: what do men think of his work?
And again, the most surprising thing is that there isn’t much information about Mike Fiore on the Internet.
You know, I really see this as a good thing, because what I know from my 12 years’ working on the Internet as a relationship therapist is this: anybody who puts a product out there that’s doubtful or dubious immediately gets slammed left, right and center.
The very fact that there isn’t much stuff out there about Mike Fiore, who’s been around for many years, is a real testimony to his integrity and honesty.
Even so, you can get your money back if you don’t like Text Your Ex Back. I know you can, because I tested the guarantee myself, undercover, so to speak.
The only important question is whether or not it really works!
As we’ve seen, Mike Fiore has had a lot of great reviews on Amazon, and it would seem that he hasn’t had any bad reviews on the Internet. In addition, a lot of women like his relationship products.
Even so, I’d still like to know how men feel about his work.
But since I simply can’t find anything out there about how men feel towards Mike Fiore and Text Your Ex Back, all I can do is tell you how I feel about it, because I’m a man.
Truth is this: men can be straightforward creatures when it comes to relationships.
We men tend to be very logical, and we tend to think a certain series of events will lead to a certain conclusion. To that extent, texting your ex to establish a relationship might well be a very good idea.
Because you are given a logical sequence of what to do, in terms of sending particular types of message, together with an explanation of why you’re doing it, the whole idea begins to make a great deal of sense.
My concerns are around whether or not “Texting” and “Sexting” are actually manipulative.
And maybe you can see it as manipulating other people’s weak spots – if you choose to look at it that way.
On the other hand, of course, you have to assume that people should be able to take complete responsibility for their feelings and emotions. Even more than this, you could think they were capable of taking full responsibility for how they behave.
I don’t believe you can make somebody do something they don’t want to do.
So in the end what I think is this: Text Your Ex Back is a good program to try.
It seems to work for quite a lot of men and women, and because there’s a money-back guarantee, you have nothing to lose.
You may or may not believe in the power of text messages as a relationship healer. You may or may not think it is simplistic. It may or may not work for you.
But at the end of the day what have you got to lose? Buy it via the link in the right hand column of this page.