There are a number of “get your ex back” relationship guides on the market today, most of them geared toward women when recently went through a tumultuous break-up. These guides focus heavily on what should not be done, in order to eventually entice the ex to come roaring back, nearly begging to be back in the arms of the woman.
Although some of these guides have one or two unique tips for woman, the majority of the information can be easily categorized under the common sense heading, leaving much more to be desired.
I was intrigued, then, as I came across Brad Browning’s book, Ex Factor Guide as a relationship program focused on men utilizing tips and tricks to rescue a relationship with their ex girlfriend or wife. Browing’s book is centered on what needs to be done to rebuild a relationship that went south, despite the reason and regardless of how recent the break-up may have been.