Occasionally, I hear from an ex by email or phone — and I almost always welcome the connection. No, I haven’t remained friends with all of my exes (just a handful!), but I’m one of those people who doesn’t like to hold grudges. After all, hasn’t every ex in your life taught you some important lesson? (And, yes, some of those lessons hurt! I know.)
If you’re one of my exes who reads this blog, raise your hand. I knew it! Seriously, I sometimes wonder who might be checking up on me online — as a lurker. Do you ever wonder who is searching for you online? Do you have an ex whom you think might be checking on you?
MyLife recently contacted me because there IS a way to find out who’s searching for online. Moreover, if you’re looking for someone, you can hopefully find him/her on their site.MyLife has a very useful tool to help you find out who’s searching for you online. Check it out!
On the topic of your exes, one of my author-friends in New York, Karen Salmansohn, has a new book out: Prince Harming Syndrome: Break Bad Relationship Patterns for Good/5 Essentials for Finding True Love (and they’re not what you think!)
Her point is very simple, and I love it: “If you want to be happy, you must seek a good-hearted, ethical soul who brings you great growth—not simply a hottie who brings great grope!”
Yeah, I’ve been there. Have you? You might know Karen via her former best-selling books: How to Be Happy Dammit and How To Make Your Man Behave in 21 Days Or Less Using The Secrets of Professional Dog Trainers (that last title cracks me up EVERY time I read it!)
Guess what? She is giving away copies of Prince Harming Syndrome to TWO of you!
So, here’s the contest:
Has a “Prince Harming” every tried to reconnect with you online? (Guys, for you, that’s a “Princess Harming.”) Or, have you reached out recently and tried to contact an ex online?
Tell the truth: What did you do?
This contest is running through Oct. 17 — and winners will be chosen by Random.Org.
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