I was reading movie reviews when I first heard about the film War Room. My first thought was how I couldn't believe that a Christian movie about praying with a purpose could make it into mainstream theaters. But my second thought was, "Yes!"
Because even though the war room metaphor is not something I'd ever have come up with on my own, it still makes sense to me. When you want something you have to work hard at it, and working hard is easier when God is on your side. You have to feel like God is working with you in order to keep yourself going. You have to be able to think, "Me and God want this," not just, "I want this."
My prayer plan for getting a relationship back together is the kind of battle plan this movie is talking about. I haven't seen War Room yet but already I understand it. You want to get back with your ex... you're not sure how to do it... but God knows. You need to talk to Him about it. Get His guidance.
I wrote With God Behind You because I knew there had to be a lot of people who miss their ex, and want their life to be like it was, and want to pray to the Lord to make that happen, but don't know how. Don't know what to say. Never really had to pray for something so important before. I hope they go see this movie and see prayer in practice, and learn how prayer is more powerful than they ever imagined.
Friday, April 20, 2012
Want to bring your baby's daddy back into your life?
Breaking up with a guy and facing the pain is hard enough when it is just between you and him, but when you have a child together, it can be extremely painful. But if you decide that you want your baby's father back, then having the bond through your child can actually benefit you. Following are some tips to help you get him back without a lot of drama.
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Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Absence makes the heart grow fonder, so if you want to get your ex back you should try as hard as you can not to break no contact.
Understand that when you make contact too early after the breakup, this might work against you for there is still anger and resentment between the two of you. You will not have given your ex time to sort out the many conflicting feelings that might be going through their head. You should therefore avoid making things worse than they are at the moment. Patience pays off, and this is the best time to exercise it.
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Sunday, April 15, 2012
The no contact rule, explained:
A crazy thing happens when you show another person that you don't want or need them; by giving yourself enough time, you realize that you can manage just fine without your ex and your ex will be able to subconsciously pick up on this next time you contact them.
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Saturday, April 14, 2012
Is it a good idea to try to get your ex back after a mutual breakup?
...The voices of friends and family can complicate the situation. If your ex was very close to your family they'll have plenty to say once you tell them you broke up. How could you let this happen? Why? And when you tell them it was partly your decision, they'll blame you for the loss of someone they'd come to think of as a family member.
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Monday, April 9, 2012
With children involved, the No Contact Rule is hard to follow...
I've heard your story before: You want to get back with your ex and you've read everywhere that one of the rules you need to follow to reignite that spark in his or her heart is to start giving them the cold shoulder and avoid all contact after the breakup. It's called the No Contact Rule.
While this can be effective, it's hard to practice when there are children involved. So how do you maintain no contact with your ex if you have a child together?
Well obviously, you can't really do that.
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Sunday, April 8, 2012
You can get your ex to forgive you, but when you ask your ex might not grant you forgiveness or a 2nd chance right away.
It happens: You commit some terrible offense against your partner and it results in an emotional fight and a huge breakup.
Truth is, people make mistakes within their relationships all the time. It's normal. And people forgive each other too, but sometimes that takes a while. You can get your second chance but your partner might not be able to give it to you right away.
First, you need to back away from the situation. Allow some time to pass... and devote a little of that time to learning how to ask for forgiveness. Your ex might take you back if you are convincing enough about being sorry and wanting your relationship to be saved.
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