Getting Him Back Review | Michael Webb
Reviewer: Elaine Erikson
Product Reviewed: Getting Him Back by Michael Webb
It’s important to get some good advice when it comes to keeping your lover around, or even to prevent him from leaving you at some point. There are a lot of book on this subject, but we’re here to see how “Getting Him Back” by Michael Webb fares. Read on to see what we think!
A majority of “get him back” advice usually consists of the author telling women to not do anything, and just hope that their boyfriend returns. This is horrible advice! He might be with someone else. He might just not care anymore. What can you do if this happens?
It’s not worth paying money for someone to tell you to not do anything at all! These books usually lie by claiming that you’re guaranteed to get your boyfriend back. It’s impossible to guarantee someone else’s emotions and choices, especially when there are so many factors involved.
Fortunately, you’ll get something new when you read “Getting Him Back”. This book doesn’t create any false hopes, or make everything seem like it’ll be just fine. You’ll get real advice for the real world.
What about the book’s content? I was immediately happy with what the book was providing. “Getting Him Back” asks you the most critical question first : are you sure that you want your boyfriend back?
This topic is explored meticulously, so that you don’t call into a bad relationship cycle with the wrong person. It’s all very effective. Over the course of this section, it asks over twenty important questions that you should really think about. What did you do that caused this breakup to happen? What did he do to cause this breakup? If you get together again, will anything be different? These are all things you need to think about so that you make a decision that benefits you.
After you’re completely positive that you want to begin your relationship again, Getting Him Back begins to discuss the breakup in depth. Starting with the actual breakup, Getting Him Back talks about all aspects of your relationship, one by one, until you catch up with your ex again.
I especially appreciate that this book was written for women. Usually, these kinds of books aren’t written for one specific gender. Everyone knows that women and men operate very differently, so why would one book apply to both sexes?
Is Getting Him Back the perfect book? I don’t think so.
Getting Him Back doesn’t include any potential speeches or conversations by way of example, even though repeating these verbatim would seem weird anyhow.
Ultimately, I still think that this is the best book about getting your ex back that I’ve ever read. If you’re a women who wants to get her ex-boyfriend back, or someone who is concerned about the state of her current relationship, this book is highly recommended.