The Magic of Making Up Review
Reviewers: Brad and
The author T.W. (T Dub) Jackson, claims that
"The Magic of Making Up" has helped over 50,000 people
in 77 countries to get their marriages back on track.
However don't expect this to be your standard orthodox guide - it isn't ... it provides twists
on getting back together that many of the other guides don't cover.
It is not as
comprehensive as the "Save My Marriage Today" guides. If you have in-depth problems we recommend that you seriously
consider one of those.
quite important to bear in mind that "The Magic of Making Up" strategy guide concentrates
predominantly on the reconciliation process
rather than solving early marital problems or preventing an initial relationship break up. So it's
basically designed for couples who have already broken up or on the
verge of breaking up and either one, or both partners, want to get back together again.
We have reviewed many guides that have been specifically devoted to getting your ex
partner or spouse back after a break up. this one has got to be up there with the best. His 'Fast Forward' and
'Clean Slate' techniques are especially inventive
Here are some of the topics "T Dub" covers
(summarized in his own words):
"Do you know the core reason why men leave women"?
It's not beauty, sex, or a younger fresher face… most women can't answer this question. Men desire this
ONE thing more than any other…give it to them and they will be yours FOREVER.
"The Bonding Secret".
So powerful that is partially responsible for the reason hostages sometimes bond with their kidnappers
or oppressors (Stockholm Syndrome). It is undetectable, unnoticeable and 99.99% of the human population
cannot defend against it, let alone tell you how it is done.
Jackson includes two really valuable
bonus items with his Magic of Making Up Course.
There’s the “Magic Second Chance Letter” which is a letter that is already
written for you that you can send to your ex. Also covered is what Jackson calls the “Clean
Slate Method”. This is an effective way of how to go about making an apology
that will give you the best chance of being forgiven.
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We have given this product a 4 out of 5 star